AKNE & hur du besegrar det.

ACNE & how to beat it.

Acne is caused by a combination of too much sebum and bacteria. The rashes and spots are the result of overproduction of sebum from the sebaceous gland, caused by hormones. The bacteria ' Propionibacterium acnes ' thrives in sebum, so an excess of it causes bacteria to thrive deep in the pores. This causes a buildup of dead skin cells on the skin's surface and inside the pores, preventing sebum from being released freely. Combine this with irritation caused by skin care products or sunlight and you have the makings for acne.

There are 2 ingredients you need to defeat acne.

Some people have occasional hormonal breakouts, others have continuous, recurring breakouts in the same area. Fortunately, there are two ingredients that have been scientifically proven to be effective in treating acne-prone skin: salicylic acid (BHA) and benzoyl peroxide . They help reduce blemishes, redness and clogged pores.

Appropriate skin care is a must.

Whether you have acne-prone skin or not, always use products that suit your skin type and current skin condition . For example, if you have oily skin, avoid creams with a thick texture and choose gels or lighter lotions. If you don't already use one, a gentle, leave-on exfoliant is a must for any skin care routine. Gently remove dead skin cells and clean pores so they feel smaller.

Exfoliating and moisturizing toner. Floral Lotion no.2

Teenage acne can be treated.
... with the right skin care. Unfortunately, most products for teenagers contain unnecessary irritants that lead to oily skin and more breakouts. Follow these 4 simple steps to treat teenage acne:

1. Use a mild cleansing milk when applying makeup.

Moisturizing and soothing cleansing milk. Clear Makeup Remover

2. Exfoliate with BHA acid.

Exfoliating and balancing cleansing. Flash 10 Botanical Cleanser

3. Moisturizing, non-comedogenic cream.

Moisturizing & balancing cream. Extreme No. 3 Cream

4. Protect your skin from sun damage and further irritation by wearing sunscreen every day.

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