The outbreak of acne is increasing on a daily basis. 40% of teenagers and adults experience this in their lives and there is a great need for you to know how to deal with it.
The shoulder and the chest is critical to us, especially ladies because of the kind of clothes we do love to put on. The appearance of acne on the chest and shoulders can be embarrassing especially during summer when you would love to be on your best bikini or tops.
I will be answering some important questions you must have asked concerning Acne Outbreak on the shoulders and chest such as;
What causes acne on shoulders?
How do you get rid of shoulder acne?
What causes Acne on the chest?
How you get rid of chest acnes?
Hey, why waste much money on expensive scrubs when all you need to do is make it right there in your home?
As you already know, to exfoliate is important for any person’s skin who’s interested in following a regular skin care routine. It’s no longer news that dead skin cells are constantly left off on the skin and can accumulate right there on the surface.
The issue is that these dead skin cells may clog your sweat pores hence causing acne breakouts. This is definitely not healthy for a person who’s running from acne breakout.
For your pleasure, we’ve come up with a profound list of the best DIY Scrubs for acne that you can effortlessly prepare from the comfort of your home to help you remove the dead skin cells. Continue reading
Acne survivor should be a thing.
For 11 years I followed articles on acne remedies and stories of acne survivors like me. Sadly I had it rough with acne and everything that goes with it – acne scars and hyperpigmentation. Although I tried a bunch of skin care products, none of them were effective enough to completely solve my problem. Some of them brought back more acne than the last time.
Finally, I came across a product on Amazon after spending loads of money and trying over 25 products and giving up for the umpteenth time. I swore that Keeva Tea Tree Acne Treatment Cream was the last cream I use if it didn’t work. I was ready to give up but I’m glad I didn’t. Continue reading
For those who don’t it already, face primers are a base for foundation that allows it to go on smoother and last longer. Face primers prepares your skin for your favorite tinted moisturizer or foundation, giving it something to hold on to so it lasts throughout the day.
Makeup primers diminish enlarged pores, smooth bumpy skin and disguise redness. Some primers like the Nars Cosmetics Pore Refining Primer below helps to diminish pores over time so that your skin is naturally more flawless.
Many face primers are formulated with silicone-based polymers like dimethicone because of their ultra smoothing effects. They contain fine silky powders that mattify your oily skin by absorbing excess oils and keeping your foundation in place for longer. Continue reading
Your face is one of the most important parts of your body and people immediately make judgments about your skin (and your personality) based on how you look. For people with problem acne, your skin care routine involves a little more than slathering your face with some soap, splash with water, pat dry and be on your way.
Choosing the right soap that helps your skin get rid of acne causing bacteria can make the difference between a smooth face and breakouts. A good acne fighting soap rids your skin of the bacteria that make their way into clogged hair follicles and cause breakouts.
Acne soaps used properly also removes dead cells on the surface of your skin, which makes it easier for your acne medication to be absorbed. Continue reading
If adding sunscreen to your morning regime feels like an unnecessary step, consider this statement from the Skin Cancer Foundation: “More than 90% of the visible skin changes associated with aging is caused by the sun’s ultraviolet rays.”
When it comes to protecting your face – your whole body from UVA and UVB rays, your most important defense is sunscreen.
Using sunscreens especially on your oily or acne-prone skin may feel a bit like a misnomer. After all, sunscreens are comedogenic and tend to clog pores leading to breakouts and acne.
Fortunately, there are tons of oil-free sunscreens that protect your skin from the harsh rays of the sun and prevent breakouts at the same time.
What does Noncomedogenic Moisturizer do and what does Noncomedogenic mean?
In order to understand what “noncomedogenic” means, I will need to break down the word.
A comedo (or comedones, if more than one) is a type of pimple that can form on your skin.
A comedo is the result of a clogged pore. Pores are the tiny openings in your skin that you can see when you look very closely, especially in a magnifying glass. Inside those pores are hair follicles- sacs beneath the skin that house the hair roots.
When your body produces excess sebum (the oily substance on the skin) this excess sebum can combine with dead skin cells and sometimes bacteria to plug up the pore. The result is a pimple – a comedo.
“Non-comedogenic” is a term used to refer to ingredients that do not block pores and promote pimples.