The Right Facial Moisturizer For Teens?
I’m Octaviana 15 years oldrnI want a consultation about my facernI’ve tried several facial cleansers and moisturizers but everything I’ve tried still doesn’t changernMy face is oily with acnernSo what moisturizer and cleanser what face is appropriate for me as a teenager?rnThank you
Hello, thanks for your question.
In the human body there are oil glands (sebaceous glands) which are located just under the skin and function to produce an oil called sebum. Oil, including on the face, actually aims to maintain skin health and moisture. However, excessive oil can certainly interfere with the appearance and cause complaints on the skin.
Oil production in human skin differs depending on several factors, namely:
Genetic factors. Hormonal influence. Lifestyle factors include diet. General physical condition. Psychological conditions, such as stress. External factors such as weather. In women, hormonal influences on oily skin conditions play an important role. Female hormones change or fluctuate during menstruation, pregnancy and before menopause. In adolescence or at puberty, oil production tends to increase.
Excess oil production can clog skin pores along with dead cells. This condition can cause acne problems on the skin. For that, there are some suggestions that can help overcome this problem:
Use facial cleansing products or cosmetics that are labeled oil free (oil free). Choose a gentle facial soap and use it 2 times a day (morning and night). For excess oil production, choose products that contain salicylic acid, beta-hydroxy acid, glycolic acid or benzoyl peroxide. Use a facial moisturizer. Dry skin will actually make the oil glands produce more oil. Choose a light moisturizer and of course oil free. Use sunscreen when outdoor activities. Use parchment paper. This product is very practical to use, especially when active. Use cosmetics that are oil free, or water based, especially those with a non-comedogenic label. Apply natural face masks for oily skin, such as tomato masks, aloe vera masks or yogurt masks. Eat a complete nutritious diet, multiply vegetables and fruits. Avoid fatty and oily foods. Drink lots of water. Keep exercising regularly and get enough rest. If then the skin remains oily and acne prone, don't hesitate to consult a doctor to get the right treatment.
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https://www.HealthReplies.com/solution-face-free-gloss-although-oily-skin https://www.HealthReplies.com/7-selected-masks-face-for-oily-skin That's the information you can I say, hopefully useful.