Friday, May 11, 2012

How To Care And Cure Acne

There are some misconceptions which need to be removed from people's minds who are suffering from acne. Only teenagers don't get acne, although generally acne starts during teenage years. How you treat this skin disorder and how early commence the treatment can have a long lasting effect upon your skin. Listed below are a few tips to help you overcome those horrible pimples and have a glowing and attractive skin.

What causes acne? Acne is the visible end result of hormonal, bacterial and inflammatory disturbances produced by the oil and hair glands. Blocked skin pores trap oil produced by our sebaceous glands, creating an ideal environment for the growth of acne bacteria. This inflammation results in producing pimples.

Acne not only affects the skin: Its often found in people suffering from acne that they are not just affected physically but also emotionally which can lead self-consciousness, nervousness, worry, depression and even social withdrawal.

Don't fan the flames of your acne: Squeezing or picking pimples will only increase inflammation and can lead to scars on the infected surface. It may be hard to control, but try to keep your hands away from your pimples and let the natural healing process take its course.

Use Cleansers: Good Cleansers remove accumulated oil, sweat and dirt from the surface of your skin. This makes it easier for your skin to absorb topical acne treatments. However be aware that excessive use of acne cleansers can also lead to irritated and dry skin. Read the label and use acne cleansers only once or twice a day. Personal recommendation of a good cleanser is ZENMED's Derma Cleanse System. Although it's a bit high priced yet it is worth its price for its quick and effective healing nature.

After the pimples disappear, red spots remain: It's often noticed that bright red marks appear where the pimple used to be. This is nothing but a post-inflammatory change in your skin, which usually disappears in six to twelve months. Squeezing your pimples or picking at scabs will lengthen the time required for the marks to disappear.

Using Cosmetics to hide acne? If you're using cosmetics or any creams to cover up your acne, make sure you're not using oil based products that could actually make your acne worse. Try to use oil-free cosmetics as much as possible.


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  2. thanks for your attention, succes for u brother