Acne skin Care
Tips On How People With Acne Should Care for Their Skin!
Acne Skin Care – One the simplest but often neglected things you can
do to care for acne skin (aka zits) is simply….”washing daily”. This
should be done prior to applying any makeup or medications.
Cleansing is important for the long-term health of your skin and to
get rid of pimples or zits. It reduces bacteria, keeps pore ducts open,
and exfoliates the surface skin cells.
For facial skin care, always use a gentle cleanser and wash your face
twice daily. Follow up with a toner and moisturizer, and use an
exfoliating scrub or mask weekly. Here are a few simple easy to follow
tips to keep your skin looking clear,soft and beautiful. Free of pimples
constantly squeezing, picking and especially poping zits. We know it’s
tempting, especially when you’re going on a date or nice evening out. By
poping those zits, you are likely to:
Make your acne worse by infecting the surrounding
Develop scars and dark blotches
Do more damage than good
for Oily Skin
There is no way to completely
prevent oily skin. Howerver, following these carefully selected
tips will keep the oil and acne under control.
- Oil and dirt build up on the skin
contribute to clogging of the pores. Resulting in pimples and zits,
therefore proper washing is a good way to keep things under control. For
best skin care result,avoid harsh soap, Cleansers and extremely hot
water as these can lead to more irritation.
Use a mild cleanser that cleans without drying
Watch your diet. I can’t have
chocolate! you ask? Don’t worry there is no proven link between
chocolate and Acne breakouts. Howerver, some doctors suggest avoid
eating foods rich in Iodine (such as fish, iodized salt)
Last but not Least RELAX Medical
studies have shown that stress can cause the body to produce more
androgens. Which in turn can increase sebum (oil) production leading to
Acne Skin Care – Choosing Makeup
When being treated for acne skin
care, you may need to change some of the cosmetics you use. All
cosmetics should be oil free to be most effective for acne skin care
It may be hard to apply foundation
evenly during the first few weeks of treatment because the skin may be
red or scaly, particularly with the use of topical tretinoin or benzoyl
peroxide. Products that are labeled as noncomedogenic (do not promote
the formation of closed pores) should be used; in some people, however,
even these products may cause acne. So be careful with makeup.