I recently received the following three adult acne skin care questions: Q: How is a 45-year-old woman’s acne different from a teen’s? A: It may still be triggered by hormones, but the location of the trouble spots changes. Adolescents usually break out in the T-zone
If you need adult acne skin care, here’s some information that will help. Start your daily skin care regimen with an acne clarifying wash medication. Start with a deep cleansing, soap-free wash that contains 1% salicylic acid and a soothing botanical complex for gentle exfoliation
I honestly don’t remember a time when I didn’t have to deal with acne prone skin. I know there was a time, I’ve seen the pictures, but I just don’t have the memories. Probably because the only time I had flawless acne free skin was when I was very, very young. You see the
Adult acne affects 50% of adult women at some time during their adult life. One-third of those women also have acne somewhere else on their body. What Causes Adult Acne? Sebum, an oily substance produced by the skin’s sebaceous glands. It clogs pores, which attract bacteria
While no one pimple cream can do the job on its own, the right combination of ingredients will – salicylic acid to unclog pores and benzoyl peroxide to reduce inflammation and bacteria. Then, use mild products for the rest of your acne skin care routine. Remember, it takes
Yesterday we talked about acne skin care taboos. Today, let’s talk about the things that you should do, whether you have teenage or adult acne. Good skin care plays an important role in acne skin care. Here are some skin care guidelines you can follow: Limit Cleansing to
According to Dermatologists, your acne skin care regimen should not include astringents, rubbing alcohol, and tanning. Here is their list of taboos: Astringents, Exfoliators, Masques, and Toners - these products do not help clear acne. In fact, they can aggravate the skin and
Is adult acne a problem for you? It can be frustrating because you think you’re out of the teenage years and your skin should be clearing up but, instead, adult acne pops up. Here are 3 adult acne culprits that you probably wouldn’t have thought of: Adult Acne Issue #1 – Talc.