Clear Up Problematic Acne By Using These Helpful Tips

Congratulations, you got your first pimple. Welcome to being a teenager, as this is most likely the first of many. This article will explain why you get acne, and also go into some of the most common ways that you can clear up your your skin and prevent new acne and pimples from occurring.

To help with acne, apply a dab of honey to your face, at least once a week as a mask. Honey is great for healing your blemishes and disinfecting skin, as it has antibacterial properties. Those with sensitive skin can also use honey, as it does not irritate most skin.

Birth control can both be a cause and a preventative treatment for acne. For many adult women, going on the pill is to treat their adult acne. The pills contain hormones that can help the female’s own hormones find balance and some get clearer skin out of this. Many times though, when they get off of the pill, this can cause they’re hormones to go haywire and they can start breaking out again.

If you have acne-prone skin, chose a moisturizer labeled oil-free, non-acnegenic or noncomedogenic. This type of moisturizer is less lightly to clog pores and cause whiteheads, blackheads, pimples and cysts. In addition, lotions or gels tend to be lighter, so stay away from creams unless you have very dry skin and want a heavy moisturizing product.

If you want to reduce the amount of acne you have, you should avoid any stressful situations. Calm yourself down, and relax a little! The stress will cause more acne breakouts, and these will probably make you even more stressed! Try to find your happy place. Try to stay in a calm environment.

You can use topical creams to help fight acne breakouts. Most of these creams target below the surface of the skin. They penetrate deep into your pores if applied correctly, and can help clear out the bacteria growing on the surface of your skin which is also known as acne.

If you have problems with acne, and have longer hair, make sure to keep your hair (and hair products) off your face, shoulders, neck, and back. If you have bangs, and have acne problems on your forehead, consider growing them out or pinning them back. The oil from your hair and hair products clog pores, leading to more breakouts.

If you suffer from rosacea, select cosmetics that reduce both the irritation and the appearance of the redness. Yellow-toned mineral makeup will irritate the skin less than most other types of cosmetics. Also, avoid using red lipsticks that draw attention to redness in other areas of the face. Foundations with a mild green tint will also help combat redness.

In conclusion, you received your first zit but it is not the end of the world. Just follow the tried and true techniques that were listed in this article and you will see that your skin will clear up and you will lessen your chances for future outbreaks.

Macy P. Trevino
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