I’m not a teen anymore but why I have to deal with acne, you probably ask that question.
Researches show that regardless of your age or race, the percentage of adults with acne increased.
You should know that it’s natural that acne appears in your 20s, because there is a hormone called androgen is responsible for acne and this is actually released in the second phase of our puberty years, however, acne formed after your puberty years is called adult acne.
So why do I have adult acne?
Surprising causes of adult acne
bacteria, dirt, and oil, get into your pillow then transfer to your face.
You should wash your pillowcase at least once per week.
hand cream is not supposed to touch your face.
You should use hand cream free of coconut oil, Algae extract, Sodium chloride, Lauryl sulfate, Isocetyl stearate.
3/Multi vitamins that contain iodine
4/irregular lifestyle habits
5/mental physical stress
Adult acne types:
adult acne is often a type of inflammatory acne that further can be categorized by actually the severity of your inflammation.
1/comedones: whiteheads and blackheads
2/Papule: red, hard, small, and painful
3/Pustule: yellowish inflammation
4/Cyst: most severe acne
How to get rid of adult acne once and for all
1/early acne stage is so important, learn why If you leave your acne without treating it or make it worse by touching it, it can become a serious problem.
In this case, it’s recommended that you remove excess sebum or all the dead skin cells that are actually blocking your pores rather than physically trying to remove the excess sebum or dead skin cells it’s better to chemically dissolve it.
Using a product with AHA ingredient to remove access sebum and dead cells.
Why AHA? It dissolves the thick layer of clogged sebum,this will help to treat your acne at the early stage.
after washing your face use a cotton soaked in toner and dab onto troubled areas
2/Ance inflammation stage
if you are in this step acne has already formed, and the bacteria that’s in your sebaceous glands are actually worsening the inflammation, papules pustules and cystic acne are all falls in this category.
Sebum treatment is very important because ance bacteria have already affected and even worsen your acne.
It’s best to focus on cleansing while following up exfoliating and sebum removal step.
We recommend that you use rich foaming cleanser that contains Amino-Acid as it will gently cleanse your acne skin without irritating it with harsh rubbing.
Tip1: avoid frequent cleansing, please make sure that you cleanse your face twice a day to avoid irritating your skin and worsen your acne.
Tip2:use a mild cream that contains hyaluronic acid to moisturize your acne skin and provide necessary nutrient
3/after popping a pimples or acne
Picking at acne as adults can actually lead to permanent scarring.
It’s really important to maintain after-acne care,we recommend that you use products contain Centella to help skin regeneration and collagen creation and vitamins to regenerate your skin acne scarring. after cleansing apply a treatment that contains Centella Asiatica to the affected areas.
- do not use vitamin c products with aha together because both ingredients have exfoliating effects.
- products that contain sodium bicarbonate treat pores and help get rid of whiteheads and blackheads.
- products that contain green tea, Its antioxidant properties help to purify and clean your pores.
Quick tips Fast to say goodbye to your spots
1- cleansing with benzoyl peroxide.
2-ice it until your skin is chill
3-apply cortison acne cream and wait 2 or 3 minutes.
It is important to choose the right regimen that works for your skin type, make sure you are using a gentle cleanser twice a day, a gentle salicylic acid moisturizer with SPF in the morning,
And at night a benzoyl peroxide product + a moisturizer.
Kick the stress from your life.
Managing your stress, how? Establish a routine, exercise, eat well, meditate, sleep well.
Avoid foods that contain ingredients you can’t even pronounce such as high fructose corn syrup.
Change your diet and add vegetables, fruits, protein.