Help For Acne Sufferers Both Teenage (Oily) And Adult Hormonal Acne
Acne skin treatment products need to provide the best possible ingredients to naturally heal, re-balance and soothe the inflammation often attached to
this condition. We need to keep the skin from drying out too much so that comedones/blackheads don't form. Many cleansers are foaming or sudsing
which causes the surface of the skin to dehydrate, therefore tightening the surface of the skin and not allowing the oil to flow freely. Using a cleansing
cream or gel suited to oily skin is preferential.
A moisturizer (suitable for oily/acne prone skin) is also essential to maintain the moisture and PH balance so that the body does not think it has to
produce more oil because it is feeling dry. Often this is what happens to most people when using chemist bought options. Most of them are very harsh
and strip the surface of the skin leaving is red, inflamed and dehydrated. This causes more pimples to form and the acne condition to worsen. To
complete the weekly routine it is advisable to use a exfoliator that is gentle but still efficient at removing dead cells - unblocking pores and leaving the
pore free of dead cell build up. Most acne skins benefit by using a gentle exfoliator and a healing, anti-bacterial mask 1-3 times per week.
Adult acne is also a huge problem in our society. Having 25 years in the Beauty Therapy industry concentrating on mainly skin and its many ailments, I
have found that conditions of adult acne are definitely on the rise. Mainly caused by hormonal imbalance this condition mostly presents itself as a
cystic like lumps, mainly situated around the jawline, chin and sometimes cheek area. They are quite painful and inflamed and they should most
definitely never be squeezed. They are made up of toxic lymph and if squeezed only leave bad scarring. This condition needs to be treated with gentle
A cleansing cream or milk to balance the ph and leave the skin clean without reddening, followed by a alcohol free toning lotion to purify