Natural Acne Skin Care
This article will help you in taking control of your acne. There is no such thing as a perfect acne treatment for everyone, you need to find what works
best for you. I hope everyone can benefit from this advice, whether you are suffering from mild or severe acne.
What causes acne? Sebaceous glands in your skin secrete an oil called sebum. Sebum protects skin from bacteria, keeps too much water from
evaporating from the skin, and this oil gives your hair shine.
Your skin will dry out if you do not have enough oil. Natural skin oils are necessary to achieve a healthy glow. Oil protects the skin and helps keep it
from wrinkle prematurely. The problem comes in when you have too much oil. Too much oil leads to larger than normal pores and oil attracts dirt that
can clog pores.
Sebaceous glands make just the right amount of sebum most of the time. Sometimes the glands secrete too much sebum. When a pore clogges up
with too much sebum, dead skin cells, toxins and the right kinds of germs you can have acne.
Not everyone with oily skin gets acne; it takes more than just too much sebum. A mixture of excess sebum and toxins in the blood and lymph, work
together to create an environment that bacterium can live in. The overgrowth of bacteria is what causes the redness, inflammation, swelling, puss and
The best acne skin care is to wash your face enough to keep the pores from getting clogged. Wash your face once or twice a day with warm water
and a mild soap or cleanser. This is to prevent oil buildup. When you wash don't scrub your face. Scrubbing can irritate your skin. Wash your face
gently. Don't touch your face after you are wash and don't pick, squeeze, or pop pimples.
Do not wash your face more than two or three times a day, or you will stimulate your glands to produce more oil. If your face feels dry your glands will
produce more oil. There are many creams and soaps to help prevent acne and clear it up. You can try different ones to see which helps. Use a pure
soap without har