For anyone suffering from terrible acne and skin care issues, the best resource is found online. While our friends and family members may offer helpful advice, the truth is that more often than not, they are just perpetuating many of the myths as to why acne breakouts occur. Sometimes their suggestions on how to treat it are just as bad as the acne problem itself!
For anyone who is desperate in their search for finding the right acne treatment product or skin care system, the best place to start is to understand your skin type. Once you understand what skin type you have you are better prepared to see the correlation between your skin`s own natural response to pimples and blemishes and how best to combat their occurrence.
Sometimes the best bit of information a person can discover is that they can treat their acne or skin breakouts organically. In fact, organic products can be the only thing to finally bring relief to many acne sufferers, especially those who are very sensitive to additives, medicinal ingredients and perfumes commonly found in over the counter acne treatments.
And it’s not just about acne. With a growing demand for healthier and natural products and a more holistic approach, treating rosacea, acne scarring and eczema has never been easier.
If you thought acne, pimples and blemishes were just an affliction for teens, then it’s time to re-educate yourself. Far too many men and women are still struggling with acne due to hormonal imbalances, stress, improper diet and daily face/body washing practices.
Did you know that when you shower and scrub your skin first and then use shampoo that you are opening the pores of the skin and leaving them susceptible to the residue and additives of the shampoo product. This simple habit could be responsible for the majority of your body acne breakouts.
And what about makeup? Ladies, we all use it but do you really know the expiration dates of your makeup and how simply changing out some of your brushes/applicators can make such a difference in reducing bacteria commonly found in your makeup utensils!
And guys, have you ever thought about how you shave? Shaving opens up your pores and irritates the skin and can promote a breakout of red blemishes along with an itchy stubborn rash. Do you know what you should do to prevent this? It’s simple, after shaving you should rinse your face and neck area with cold water to close the pores and reduce the inflammation caused by shaving.
So when it comes to treating acne, would a pre-menopausal women require the same acne treatment as a fifteen year old with cystic acne? The answer is most likely not.