Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Acne: Don't Do That
Never Try for treatment of pimples yourself . don’t Squeezing a pimple,Because it pushes the sebum down through the pore, and the pore can rupture. When it ruptures, the sebum enters the oil gland and the surrounding tissue. This in turn causes scarring.

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Avoid hairstyles in which the hair is constantly touching your face. Shampoo your hair regularly.
Avoid exposing your skin to too much cold, heat and sunlight. Sunlight may improve your acne for a while, but it won't cure it. Too much exposure to sunlight can lead to burning and skin cancer.

Use a water-based moisturizer. Greasy or oily creams and foundations block the pores and may cause pimples.

First, wash your face and hands. Then, use two tissues one in each hand to gently stretch the skin near the pimple to gently ease the contents out of the skin. Do not squeeze them. Do not use bare fingers!
Follow with antiseptic dab or tea tree oil. Last words, DON'T TOUCH, or you will introduce bacteria and create an infection (a pimple).

If you apply too much pressure on the blackhead prone area, it may become red due to the breaking up of tiny veins present there. In that case, splash some cool water and immediately apply a good moisturizer to that area.

Never use astringents with harsh alcohols and soaps that over dry the skin. This can make acne even worse. Here is how. If they make the skin over dry, the oil glands will overcompensate and secrete even more oil. You may even develop dermatitis and skin that feels taut and dry.

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Don't go for facials too often, not more than every six weeks. However, at-home masks every week or two is fine. Going for facials (extractions, massage, exfoliation) too often can actually inflame or irritate the skin.

Do you have mysterious bumps on your forehead, especially around your hairline? If yes, then check the haircare products you use. Alcohol, emollients, and the fragrances in some gels and sprays can aggravate the skin. So, we recommend you to discontinue the use of such products.

Keep your hands off your face. And don't get into the habit of resting your chin on your hands

Get Rid Of Your Acne The Natural Way

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For many people, acne is a dreaded condition, the results of which they live with on a regular basis. If you have suffered from this condition yourself in the past, you already know how embarrassing and bothersome it can be. While it is difficult to think that there is a solution to your problem when you're in the midst of it, the fact of the matter is that there is something that can be done about your acne, and many of them involve totally natural processes. Below are some natural remedies for acne that may give you appreciable results in as little as four weeks. Use a honey mask at least once a week.

Among honey's numerous beneficial qualities are its ability to fight off bacteria, which makes it a great choice for disinfecting and soothing the skin. Wash your face twice a day with soap specifically intended for acne treatment. It would be best to do this when you wake up in the morning and then before going to bed at night. Avoid scrubbing your face too vigorously and never use any type of rough cloth. Scrubbing your face too hard and over washing it will cause the sebaceous glands in your skin to kick into overdrive, increasing your chances of developing acne. Keep your hair away from your face. Each strand of hair contains oils that may be left on your skin. Your face has enough oil as it is, and you certainly don't need anymore to add to your trouble. In addition to keeping your hair away from your face, you will also want to wash it regularly in order to keep it clean. Take your vitamins regularly. In some cases, acne is actually a sign of some type of internal disorder.

The Truth About Acne

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Acne is a disorder that affects almost everyone at some point in his or her life. The conversion primarily affects the oil glands in the skin, which are present in the pores. These pores secrete an oil called sebum, the overproduction of which can cause the pores to become clogged. When this happens, a pimple may form on the skin.

Acne can actually take on many forms, and pimples may differ in appearance from person to person. Some people may experience just a single pimple, where others experience outbreaks that come in patches. Pimples may also take on the form of white heads and black heads.

In some cases, acne can actually be quite painful. This is particularly true when they develop into papules or small tender bumps on the skin, which may sometimes be accompanied with pus on the top. Pimples that develop into nodules are even more painful. These tend to be bigger and harder and can go deep into the skin. As painful as nodules are however, cysts are even worse. They go deeper into the skin, are even more painful, and they may contain a lot of pus. In addition, they can also cause some pretty severe scarring.

Pimples can actually grow all over the body, also the most common areas to be affected are the face, back, neck and shoulders. The condition is also more likely to affect men than women. The reason for this is that men typically produce more sebum than women, in addition to having more pores in the skin. That being said, it is common for women to develop acne when they are menstruating.

Teenagers are also often plagued with various acne problems. The constantly changing hormone levels in their body causes an increase in sebum production, which makes them more likely to develop pimples.

As you can imagine, acne can be quite embarrassing and annoying. The good news is that most cases of acne can be treated either with medication or via natural means. In addition, you will probably have to make certain adjustments to your diet and/or lifestyle. Your best course of action is to visit a dermatologist who will be able to diagnose the cause and extent of your condition, and recommend the best treatment method. With any luck at all, you can be totally free of acne and as little as a few weeks.