If you’re constantly suffering from acne and have already started to think that you’ll probably going to have them for the rest of your life and are about to give up, don’t! The thing is, acne is a problem for over 80% of the world population and while the severity of each case varies greatly, all of those cases can be treated effectively. The only thing you need to do, is find the one product (or a combination of various products) that works for your skin type, unique chemistry and genetics.
The nourishing power of shea butter is well-understood. It’s one of the most potent and effective skin hydrating substances. People who prefer natural concoctions for skincare could also be wondering whether shea butter could deliver any health benefits. The use of shea butter for acne usually comes up as a possibility.
It’s amazing how some of the cheapest natural substances tend to produce outstanding results when fighting acne breakouts and scars. For instance, Vitamin C is probably the cheapest, most widespread and easily obtainable supplement that has the potential of substantially reducing acne.
There are hundreds upon hundreds of factors that can influence the formation of acne including stress, poor diet, hormonal changes, bad hygiene, environmental pollution, the list is very long. While 80% of acne sufferers are aged 12-24 according to statistical data, adult acne is very real for many of us and knowing how to deal with it effectively can make a world of difference, as we all know from experience. Continue reading
Over 80% of the world population suffers from various types of acne at some point during their life and knowing how to effectively clear and prevent their formation in the future is important to us all.
Acne causes problems for many people around the globe. Around 85% of young adults (age 12-24) suffer from adult acne, and 25% of those are left with permanent acne scars. On the bright side, acne (and even the scars) can be cleared.
Depending on your specific case and individual chemistry, the clearing may be full or partial, and there is also the fact that different skin types respond to various treatment methods (and skincare products) differently. You need to find the product(s) that are best suited for your case and we’re here to help you with exactly that.
Acne causes tons of problems for many people around the world. Its unwanted presence on the skin is a common cause for stress and social disabilities and while acne is primarily attributed to being a part of becoming a teenager, which supposedly ends with no trace, some types of acne, combined with the individual chemistry of a given person, prove to be a lot more stubborn and persist through the years.
Today we take a detailed look at an effective acne treatment medication called Tretinoin, understand how it works, possible side effects, precautions, and how to use it correctly.
Having dry/sensitive/combo skin can be a real pain, particularly if you’re living in a geographical area with cold and harsh weather conditions. While the market is full with products that are supposedly designed to take care of even the most problematic skin types, extra research is always a good idea before you make your final decision.
Today, we are taking a detailed look at Avene skincare crème to see whether its suits the needs of the most intense-care-demanding skin types. Continue reading
With so much variable information about acne and acne combating products on the web, you’ve surely come across articles/comments/reviews/feedback claiming that many skincare products may cause you to breakout. A lot of those comments specifically refer to comedogenic ingredients present in many products, causing so much uncertainty and doubt among people.
Surely, for those of us who are doing their best to combat acne, such statements can be disheartening and even frightening to an extent: what if the products that you were using until now were doing more harm than good?
Who suffers from Acne? If you are one of them, which we are sure you are, then keep reading. Many people suffer from acne and that is not as painful as getting rid of the scars that are left behind due to either excessive sun exposure or simply just hormonal changes. Some over the counter medicines may help get rid of acne but they are not a permanent solution. Nothing is actually.
The Aloe Vera plant is widely used as a treatment for skin conditions such as burns, minor abrasions, and cuts. The leaves of the Aloe Vera plant, which is a member of the cactus family but not exactly a cactus plant, are cut and the gel inside is applied to areas to ease healing. Additionally, aloe contains substances that can reduce inflammation and pain.