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How to help prevent acne, blackheads and blemishes

How to help prevent acne, blackheads and blemishes

Whether in the form of blackheads, pimples, or pimples, many of us suffer from some blemish on the skin related to acne. Today we tell you why acne appears and we tell you some tips so you can learn how to help prevent acne and how to help reduce it.

What is acne?

Acne is a very common chronic inflammatory disease of the pilosebaceous follicle that manifests itself mainly with excess sebum on the skin. The sebum clogs the pore and forms the open comedo – known as a blackhead, because the sebum oxidizes in contact with the air and darkens – or the closed comedo – known as a pimple. When the C. acnes bacterium colonizes the closed comedo, an inflammatory lesion is formed that we colloquially identify as a pimple.

Why does acne appear?

Stress, hormonal changes, a high sugar diet, or using cosmetics that are not for acne-prone skin can be some of the causes that are causing blackheads, pimples, or skin imperfections. The origin of acne is multifactorial, it can be due to all these factors:

Genetics

Stress

· Hormonal changes

High sugar diet

Inappropriate beauty routine

How to help prevent acne and reduce blemishes

There are many things you can do to help reduce the appearance of acne. Improving your lifestyle is one of them since as you have seen acne can be caused by habits of your day-to-day that you can improve with small changes. The cosmetics you use also play a very important role. It is very important that you know your skin and let yourself be advised by professionals.

1. Be consistent!

Clean your face daily and be patient. Acne doesn’t go away in a day!

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2. Watch your diet

A diet high in sugar is linked to the appearance of acne. Eat a balanced and varied diet.

3. Choose a beauty routine for your skin type

Look for “non-comedogenic” cosmetics. This means that they do not favor the appearance of pimples and imperfections. ISDIN’s Acniben range is specially formulated for oily and/or acne-prone skin. Simplify your routine:

  1. Deep clean your skin with a mild cleanser
  2. Balance sebum production and mattify your skin with a moisturizer.
  3. Apply a blotting concealer on your spots.
  4. Do not forget to protect your skin very well from the sun with sunscreen 50. You will help prevent blemishes caused by acne lesions.

Four. Visit the dermatologist and keep track of your skin

You will learn what type of acne you have and what is the best strategy to combat it.

5. Try to lower your stress levels

Stress causes an increase in the sebaceous secretion that can cause the appearance of pimples.

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