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Easy-To-Follow Suggestions For Getting Rid Of Your Acne Issues

Jul 10

Easy-To-Follow Suggestions For Getting Rid Of Your Acne Issues

Acne is a skin condition characterized by the emergence of excess oil production and clogged, inflamed pores of the face and occasionally other areas such as the shoulders, neck and back. This article can help to trace the causes and decide whether medical treatment is called for in order to eliminate it.

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A lot of times, people who have acne pop their pimples. If you simply must do this, make sure that your hands and nails are clean and sanitized to avoid causing your skin further damage by adding more bacteria to the open pore. If you pop your pimples in a proper way you should notice a substantial decrease in the size of the pimple within a short time.

 

To help keep acne away try to keep your hands away from your face. Our hands stay dirty. When you touch your face you are putting bacteria and dirt on your face which has the potential to clog your skin's pores. The dirt and bacteria that clogs the pores can lead to pimples.

 

When trying to reduce acne breakouts, consider how much stress you are under. Stress has been shown to increase your cortisol levels, and too much cortisol will clog pores and lead to breakouts. If you can't change too much about your stress levels, at least take time each day with meditation or a warm bath to calm down.

 

If you would like to avoid acne issues, you may want to stay away from makeup. Makeup can actually clog pores and cause unwanted acne. If you are a fan of everyday makeup, just make sure that you wash everything off at the end of the day to prevent breakouts.

 

If you have acne, avoid using makeup applicators and tools that can't be washed or disposed of. Bacteria can multiply on makeup brushes, sponges and pads unless they are washed regularly. This bacteria is then deposited onto your skin whenever you apply makeup and can cause acne outbreaks or skin infections.

 

If you have acne avoid picking your skin at all costs. Picking pimples can cause acne to spread, and if your fingers aren't sterile more bacteria can be transferred onto your face leading to new outbreaks. Picking also damages the skin and interrupts the skin's natural healing process, meaning existing acne eruptions will take much longer to heal.

 

Honey is an interesting home remedy for acne. It not only indulges your sweet tooth, but has antibacterial and antiseptic properties that kill acne bacteria and reduce redness. Simply apply to the skin or construct a mask by mixing with lemon juice, yogurt and milk. Let on for 20 minutes, for effective results.

 

Swimming is one of the best forms of exercise. Indoor or outdoor, try to find a pool you can use. The beauty of going for a swim is that you get both exercise and stress relief, both of which can help your acne. The chlorine present in pool water also has a inhibiting effect on acne and may reduce breakouts.

 

As outlined previously, acne is a medical condition with varying degrees of severity. The more severe cases can cause permanent scarring by causing deep pits in the skin. Over the counter and prescription medicines are available. By using the information in this article and putting a skin care plan in action, most cases are easily treatable.