Great Skin Care Tips For Acne Prone Skin


Some studies show that nearly half of all women ages 21 to 30, a quarter of women ages 31 to 40, and 12% of women ages 41 to 50. Women over 50 can achieve healthier skin with some skin care tricks. However, no matter what’s your age, pimples usually form in the same way – pores become blocked, letting dirt, bacteria and cells build up and form a plug.


For most women, hormonal changes, either during a menopausal shift or around the monthly cycle, are the culprit. But, stress and dietary imbalances also cause acne. Acne in adults a sign that something else not quite right is going on. Here are some tips for skin prone to acne:


KEEP YOUR FACE CLEAN


Even if you don’t have acne, you it is of a great importance to wash your face to remove extra oil, dead skin cells, and impurities. Gently wash your face with a warm water and a mild facial cleanser. Washing more often your face may do more harm than good. Don’t use a harsh soap, because it can hurt the inflamed skin. Dry your face with a clean towel – dirty towels spread bacteria, so keep in mind to use the towel only once.


MOISTURIZE


Many acne-fighting products contain ingredients that dry the skin. So, keep in mind to look for a moisturizer that minimizes dryness and skin peeling. “Noncomedogenic” products should not cause acne. There are moisturizers for dry, oily and combination skin.


DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE


Don’t touch your face or rest your face in your hands, because you will spread bacteria and irritate the spots with acne. Remember that you should never pick at your pimples with fingers, because it can lead to infection.


WATCH WHAT YOU PUT ON YOUR HAIR


Avoid using gels, pomades, oils, or fragrances on your hair. If they get on your face, they can block the pores and irritate your skin. Use a gentle conditioner and shampoo. Girls with oily hair should wash their hair more often, and those with long hair, should keep it pulled away from the face.


MANAGE YOUR STRESS


Stress may not create skin disease, but it definitely can make your existing issues worse. You can manage stress through meditation, exercise, or whatever method helps calm your nerves may also calm your skin.


REGULAR EXERCISE


Daily workout is great to maintain your overall health. While it doesn’t reduce oil production, working out does enhances blood flow and reduce stress. Keep in mind to wear the proper clothing when you work out – avoid wearing clothes that can induce excess sweat. To clear sweat away and keep your pores clear shower after exercising.


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