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Tips On How To Fight Adult Acne

One of the most common things that probably crossed your mind after you got through your teenage years is that you no longer have to deal with acne. Yes, skin blemishes like this are a nightmare to any teen out there because it can basically destroy not just your self confidence but also your social life. (Trust me, I know the feeling.)

But if you’re thinking that you’re now safe from acne now that you’re an adult, well you’re wrong. Believe it or not, there are two types of acne. One is the teenage acne that you can pretty much acquire through stress and hormonal changes. The second one is the adult acne, slightly different from teenage acne when it comes to the area that gets infected and the cause. One notable thing about acnes is that they can strike you without warning. And even though adult acne is much less severe than teenage acne, the damages it can do is still, if not more than, the same.

Now are you someone who just can’t seem to get away from the acne’s spell? If you are, here are some of the things that may or may not apply to you.

  • Lessen the amount of stress – Sure, being an adult comes with responsibilities that are beyond our control. But too much stress from either work or home can cause your blood pressure to rise and affect other hormones in your body, resulting into acnes.
  • Maintain A Good Personal Hygiene – Washing your face with clean water at least two times a day can help a lot in reducing the built up dirt and oil in your face.
  • Be Aware Of The Food You Consume – There are recent studies that showed carbohydrates and dairy are linked to acne. Another thing that is better to keep in mind is to always know what your intolerances are so you can always eat the right food and reduce the chances of getting skin allergies.
  • Change Your Lifestyle – As much as possible, stay away from polluted areas, especially those that are notorious when it comes to air pollution because the dirt from it can clog your pores.
  • Go To Your Derma – It’s also very advisable to always consult your Derma and ask for a treatment that can help you right away.