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Acne and Cosmetics

Acne, which is believed to affect approximately 30% of cosmetic wearers, is a discomfort at any age. Whether you are a teenager struggling with oily skin and hormonal changes or an adult who continues to deal with acne on a regular basis, some experts believe that cosmetics may only add to the need for acne relief. If you think that concealing acne with makeup will be a temporary fix to a temporary problem, think again. In fact, you could even be aggravating or even prolonging your battle with acne.

Acne cosmetica, which is a term used to described a condition resulting from wearing cosmetics that promote clogged pores, is a real problem that many individuals are forced to deal with. The type of cosmetics that are most commonly believed to cause acne include makeup, lotions, creams and certain tanning or sunscreen products. As teens, many begin wearing makeup to conceal their acne when, ironically, they may only be promoting the very condition that they are trying to hide. This is not to say that everyone who wears cosmetics will develop acne cosmetica, but the possibility is there and the potential need for acne products increases.

One of the leading reasons for acne breakouts is clogged pores, which can result from everyday living or from the application of certain cosmetic products. The best way to prevent pores from clogging is to maintain a healthy skin care regimen, which includes regular exfoliation and cleansing. If you wear makeup, always remove it before going to bed at night.

It's very important that you remove all traces of makeup before applying any type of acne products or acne relief to the skin. In order for acne products to be effective, they must be able to absorb into the skin without interference. One of the best ways to improve your skin's appearance is by washing your face with lukewarm water and rinsing with cold. Many people believe that hot water works better, but the truth is that it may actually irritate the skin. Instead, warm water will be comforting and cold water will close any open pores and help to prevent clogging.

If you enjoy the flawless look that makeup provides, there's no reason to stop wearing it altogether. Instead of giving up your superstar look, simply search for a product that contains natural ingredients and is free of oils. This approach will not only leave you with healthier skin, but will also lessen your likelihood of developing clogged pores. A carefully selected line of cosmetics, combined with the proper skin care and acne products, will help to keep your skin looking just as flawless underneath your makeup as it does on the surface. Afterall, it's what is underneath that counts.

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Celebrities may have gobs of money, glamorous wardrobes, and giant houses, but there's one thing they share with even us normal folk: Acne. The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) says that acne affects 50 million Americans every year. Celebs may be able ...

Published:  Wed, 20 Sep 2017 07:27:00 GMT



Health Tip: Four Common Types Of Acne

(HealthDay News) -- Acne is typically caused by the clogging of hair follicles by debris from skin cells, skin inflammation, oily secretions and certain bacteria. The American Skin Association identifies these common types of acne and their causes ...

Published:  Wed, 20 Sep 2017 04:37:00 GMT



This is how I got rid of my teenage acne for good

With adult acne on the rise, what can a 16-year-old tell you about how to treat it Eliza Fleet reveals how she cleared up her severe condition in just three months and gives her top tips I first developed teenage acne when I was around 13 and I hated it.

Published:  Wed, 20 Sep 2017 06:48:00 GMT



Hammerling: Got acne This might be why

Acne is a common skin disease that affects the oil glands of the skin, especially in teens. Approximately 50 million people in the United States have acne, including 85 percent of teenagers. In adult women, its prevalent in about 10 percent of the population.

Published:  Mon, 18 Sep 2017 22:00:00 GMT



I Tried This Treatment to Make My Acne Scars Less Visible-and I'm Thrilled With the Results

I've always struggled with acne. I vividly remember being in the fourth grade and a classmate placing scotch tape on my nose (she was clearly inspired by Biore strips) and then ripping it off. She was excited about all the blackheads she was able to ...

Published:  Tue, 19 Sep 2017 05:39:00 GMT



Erase Acne & Wrinkles with Aria Integrative Health

If you're not taking advantage of the brand new Vivace treatment to rejuvenate your skin and look younger, you're wasting time and money on everything else. Nick Tvrdick from Aira Integrative Health, joined us this morning to also introduce us to Regenlite ...

Published:  Tue, 19 Sep 2017 10:01:00 GMT



Global Anti Acne Cosmetics Market 2017 Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2023

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Published:  Wed, 20 Sep 2017 04:50:00 GMT



Zinc and Low-Glycemic Foods May Help Acne

High-glycemic foods like sugary sweets and simple carbs cause your blood sugar to spike. When that happens, it triggers oil production in your skin, and voila: Clogged pores galore. Swap out processed foods for things like nuts and whole grains-a low ...

Published:  Sun, 17 Sep 2017 07:00:00 GMT



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