Preventing acne in a sure and simple way sounds little far fetched, isn’t it? Many people have started to believe that acne cannot be prevented. But let me share something with you that allows you to be pretty certain you will prevent it. Here’s How:
Acne- what are the main reasons it happens in the first place?
The main reasons for acne forming on your skin are- blocked pore, excess production of sebum, infection in the sebum, and the gland. Suppose we don’t focus too much on the controlling of sebum production. After all, there is not much that we can do about that because it is hormonal. Instead, we focus our attention on the blocked glands that contribute to the problem and we remove the blocks daily. If we can do that, the excess sebum will always go out on the skin and never get infected. Our daily goal is to keep the pores open.
What blocks the pores? The pores are blocked by the dead skin cells, that should normally get shed naturally and through cleansing, but accumulate on the mouth of the gland and block it.
Acne- How to remove dead cells daily?
How do we remove the dead cells daily? One way is to use some type of cleansing substance that peels the skin layers from the skin. The use of materials that dissolve the binding cement of dead cells is also needed. Peel off the top layer of dead cells. Dissolve the bond between dead cells and make them lose so that they can be easily washed away.
Besides daily cleansing, the use of retinoids such as tretinoin and the use of AHA such as glycolic acid regularly will do this easily. Due to the nature of these types of products, please consult your doctor prior to use and ask for the right product for your skin.
Once you keep the pores open, you will be effectively stooping acne production.
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