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What is Good For Acne?

Acne is a terrible skin condition for almost 85% people in United States, especially for teenagers. Teens are terrified by acne and they are ready to pay even 230 dollars per month to escape acne. Acne is sometimes embarrassing, outbreaks may burst in a moment when you need the most to look at your best: if you have a first date with someone that you always wanted to get out with, if you have a center stage performance or a TV show.

Acne is not predicable and you don’t know how your body will react to certain stimuli. You cannot stop acne to appear, but you can use prevention measures and also if outbreaks appear, you must immediately take caution. You must always consult a doctor, a good dermatologist, because he can diagnostic your acne causes and also he can tell you what skin type you have and what kind of treatment to take depending on your skin type and your stage of acne. If you take an acne treatment without a doctor’s advice, it may be a wrong treatment and it can worsen your skin condition. Some acne treatments are not good for your skin, for example if you have a dry skin and you take a moisturizer skin will be oilier and more outbreaks will appear.

The troubles of acne occur from many reasons, which admit a very active sebaceous gland, inherited factors, or life-style agents such as stress, extreme dead skin, damage to the skin made by scratching, and clogging factors captive on the skin when cosmetics used are not completely cleansed. While pubescence is supposedly the single most crucial reason behind acne, because of hormonal instabilities that lead to production of more sebum by sebaceous glands, it has to be known that also diet, lack of sleep, stress and improper hygiene can sometimes cause or worsen acne. Sometimes it is required that you don’t clean your face with tap water, because it can trigger allergic reactions to your skin. Chemicals in tap water, excessive chloride and other minerals in tap water can dehydrate the skin. To protect skin from dehydration you can use a little moisturizing cream. The easiest solution for you is to use, if needed, a plant sprayer filled with low mineral bottled water.

You must also know that foods with saturated fats, such as meats, dairy, and poultry, can sometimes contribute to oily skin, due to a certain enzyme that can stimulate more sebum release. A high level of iodine in foods can cause sometimes more outbreaks of acne. Usually this happens when an acne sufferer eats too salty (iodized salt) foods such as chips and other salty junk food.

There is a relation between adult acne and stress. When a person is stressed, body increase in stress hormones that can throw off your equilibrium and that person can suffer from several effects: weight gain, increased blood pressure, and worsened acne. Some researchers say that stress is causing acne and outbreaks, some others are simply affirming that stress is doing nothing but worsen your acne. Stress impacts every system in your body, and even ages you prematurely.

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