The Cause Of Many Acne On The Face?
Hello, I am a 21 year old qori. I have never had acne even though I was in puberty, sometimes even if there was only when I was menstruating. But, suddenly at the beginning of semester 3, pimples began to appear on my face and even then immediately became itchy and painful to the touch. So is it acne because I am allergic or because of the skincare that I use?
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Acne is a skin problem that is often found where acne is inflammation of the skin due to obstruction of hair follicles or where hair grows by sebum or dead skin cells that can appear anywhere on the skin including the face. Some cases of acne appear at puberty or young adults, especially if you have an oily face.
The use of skincare or cosmetic products is one of the risk factors that cause acne. But there are several other factors that cause acne, for example:
Puberty Changes in hormones Genetic or hereditary factors, if you have a family with prone skin conditions it will likely increase the risk of acne appear collar section. Friction on the face with a cellphone for example can also trigger acne To reduce the appearance of acne, some simple ways can be done at home including by:
Clean your face by using mild facial wash soap and warm water to clean acne prone skin twice a day. Use cosmetics and skincare products that are water-based (oil free) so it does not block the skin pores. Avoid skin care products that contain oil. Don't try to get rid of blackheads by pressing it with your fingers because it can actually cause infections and scars. Use a moisturizer and sunblock every time you do activities outside the home, in some people the sun's rays can worsen acne so use sunbloc water-based to prevent it Avoid skin contact with cell phones, helmets or backpacks too often. Pressure or friction on the skin can cause acne Always take a shower after undergoing strenuous activities, to cleanse the skin from oil and sweat.