Wouldn’t it be great if we were all graced with clear, naturally glowing skin? This is something that people are lucky enough to enjoy, but not everyone. If you’re one for taking work home with you, overwork yourself and struggle with gaining high-quality sleep each night, then your skin might need some support so that it can appear as glowing and rejuvenated as you’d wish for. Has what we’ve just mentioned rung true with you? Keep on reading to find out how to achieve the perfect night’s sleep. Continue reading
Charcoal has been known as a natural medication for many years. Its structure of millions of tiny-little pores endows it with enormous detoxifying capabilities. Taken orally, it has been proven to fight poisoning and overdose by binding toxins and other micro-particles like bacteria, chemicals or dirt. Just recently activated charcoal has gained momentum in conquering the cosmetics industry and is also depicted as the magic bullet against acne.
We all hear about those magical treatments: „Revolutionary skin care system that treats acne, prevents new breakouts and returns the skin to its natural, healthy balance!”, “results within in days”, “Money back guarantee” and all this while having thousands of 5-star ratings!
Well, I found that the product line of Exposed Skin Care is one of those. In this article, I will thoroughly investigate if it can live up to its reputation.
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
Dealing with acne can be stressful, but having tried multiple skincare products that do wonders for many, yet fail to help you is got to be some of the most disheartening experiences ever.
If you have tried various products and none of them did much to cure your breakouts, it might be because the acne is of hormonal origin. During the teenage years, our bodies experience high hormonal fluctuations, which can lead to some nasty, painful cystic breakouts in the adult life, especially among women.
Acne is a nightmare for everyone and unluckily, it doesn’t just affect teenagers. Even though teenagers are more likely to get acne, adults are concerned too. Adult acne can appear when you are in your 20’s, 30’s, 40’s or even 50’s! So while you may have escaped with the occasional pimple as a teenager, adult acne can be frustrating and problematic when you least need it.
There are many reasons why you can get acne. Although it is often hormonal in origin, other factors can trigger or irritate acne such as: stress levels, your diet, certain medications and lifestyle choices. In order to treat it, there are many ways: mostly medications (pills, creams…), specific diet, but often it is difficult to overcome them. As one Chinese proverb says, “It is easy to get a thousand prescriptions but hard to get one single remedy.”
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.
Oh acne, the skin issue that sucks away all our confidence. It affects the best of us. And, just when we think we’ve finally tackled it, we’re left with a new problem – the infamous acne scar. Rearing its ugly head, this scar lingers around as a constant reminder, lest we should forget the trauma of acne.
An acne scar can show itself to us after a stubborn spot has finally disappeared, hanging around for months before finally fading. But some of them may require treatment.
Acne has bothered people since time immemorial, popping up at the most untimely moments: photoshoots, weddings, first dates… no matter how hard you try, it seems to show up when you least want it to. And unless you’re a superhuman who’s resistant to dermatological problems, you’ve probably experienced an acne breakout at least once in your lifetime.
Your cheeks are one of the most visible areas of your face, and unfortunately, this is where acne tends to pop up the most.
There are tons of medications and natural remedies readily available for you to choose from. But before you find out what’s the best treatment for you, it pays to know what exactly causes cheek acne and how to prevent it from ever popping up on your face again.
If you can’t help but feel jealous whenever you see somebody your age with a perfect, smooth and clean skin, I’m with you on that. There is a flip side though. In fact, around 85% of the world population have some type of acne, with body acne representing the largest amount of cases.
The truth is that developing acne on the face, back, neck, shoulders and other body parts is different for each individual. It depends on a ton of factors like genes, hormones, skin type, outside environment, dust, weather, humidity, etc. Don’t get discouraged though. Ending up with body acne isn’t the worst thing in the world, especially when it can be treated effectively. Below we will discuss in detail how body acne develops, how to avoid it and which body acne wash you should use to treat it.