Acne Treatment Made Possible
Acne is the most common skin condition that many teenagers face during their teenage years, and it can also appear on adult skin.
It is commonly said that acne occurs mainly in women, which is completely wrong. Acne is also a common problem in men at all stages of life. Some people have acne well into their teens and are still victims of acne as they grow into adults. The reasons why acne occurs in both men and women are quite different, but sometimes they can also vary; In men, abnormal production of some hormones can trigger acne.
There are many causes that can trigger acne. Depending on the skin condition and the environment the person works in, acne can be mild, intense, or painful. Those who live and work in a polluted environment are more prone to acne than those who work in a good clean environment. When the sebum bacteria react to oily skin, they immediately start clogging the pores on the skin’s surface, causing acne, pimples, blackheads, blackheads, blemishes, and other skin conditions, all of which fall under acne.
Acne not only can cause pain and some suffering but also lowers self-esteem and self-confidence as he or she might be conscious of his or her appearance. Acne treatment is a must and there are many treatments for acne such as over the counter medicines, ointments etc, antibiotics, gels and lotions, scrubs and cleansers and other things. Although, most of them are better to stay away from. In most cases, opting for natural remedies is a better outcome.
Acne affects both sexes
It is commonly said that acne occurs mainly in women, which is completely wrong. Men sometimes have abnormal production of some hormones that can trigger the development of acne. Other conditions like working in a polluted environment, too much stress are other things that can cause a person to break out in acne.
It has also been found that men’s acne is much more intense compared to women because men contain hormones called testosterone while women have the same hormone but in less quantity. Testosterone plays a key role in the development of male reproductive tissues such as the testicles and prostate, as well as promoting secondary sex characteristics such as increased muscle and bone mass and body hair growth.
Facial skin is easily irritated due to its sensitivity, more so than normal skin. It is very important that men use the right tools and the right blade and shaving cream when shaving.
Tips for removing and treating acne
There are safe and effective ways to treat acne using herbal and natural techniques. From all the evidence, natural acne treatment is the only thing that works. Avoid all skin creams unless they are all made of natural ingredients.
Facial cleansing is the most important thing an acne sufferer should take care of. When the face is free of excess oil and bacteria, the chances of getting acne are reduced. It is best to use a non-oily and good facial cleanser and rinse with clean water.
Rinse affected area twice a day and pat dry. The 2nd flush is best before bed. Avoid cleaning too often as this can irritate the skin even more. In the morning, massage raw honey (preferably Manuka) into your face with your fingertips, then simply rinse off. The honey removes excess oil while leaving skin hydrated.
Tea tree oil has some famous ingredients for treating acne. Not only does it reduce acne, it is also good for other skin problems, such as blemishes, wrinkles, blackheads, whiteheads, etc. Tea tree oil is most beneficial and often even better than benzyl peroxide in treating acne; it makes the skin clear and smooth.
Dip a cotton ball or swab in lemon juice, which is disinfectant, dab on the affected area, and rinse with clean water.
Apple cider vinegar can help your skin in many ways. One reason vinegar is very helpful in treating skin conditions is its pH, which is close to that of healthy skin. So, applying apple cider vinegar helps to normalize the pH of the skin.
Aloe Vera is very soothing and reduces inflammation and redness. You can apply the gel to your skin and massage it in with your fingers. It can also be helpful to do this several times a day. Use the gel straight from a growing plant for best results.
Any of these treatments can work for you. It’s a question of which one to choose. Due to the different skin types, it’s a matter of trial and error.
Other things that help
The wrong diet can also worsen your skin condition. Avoid most soft drinks, eat more fruits, green leafy vegetables, green tea, nuts, fish oil, krill oil, omega-3 fatty acids, eggs, etc. Drink adequate amount of water to keep skin hydrated. Water should always be your first choice; it surpasses all other thirst drinks.
Overly lathering your body while washing or showering with all those harsh soaps, shampoos, and cleansers tends to strip away the protective sebum, which are beneficial fats your body uses to protect your skin. Exercise can increase blood flow and reduce stress, which can also cause acne.
Most shaving creams contain a lot of chemicals and toxins. It is best to use natural, non-toxic shaving cream. The same applies if the skin is too dry. A natural shower shampoo and post-shower moisturizer are used to keep the skin hydrated. Stay away from all creams that contain chemicals and toxins, use only natural products.
Thanks to Josef Bichler