Our skin is a mirror of our body. It shows up what’s going on inside the body. And breakouts doesn’t just appear like that, it’s an indicator of something that is not right within us—health, hygiene and hormonal changes. Your reaction looks unfamiliar to this, obviously you were not aware of what that chin acne is expressing.
Here’s the guide for you to understand what your acne says about your health and how to avoid them:
1. Pimples on Your Nose and Forehead
The main culprit for the pimples on your forehead and nose is stress. Your response to stress is the most likely trigger for T-one breakouts. When you are stressed, your body releases adrenaline that can increase oil production and increase the likelihood of breakouts.
How to prevent them: Whenever stress hits your brain or you head to stressful work or time, apply an acne removal cream or treatment to these areas in advance. To keep your entire face safe, apply the treatment to your whole face.
2. Pimples Along Your Hairline
So, that oil on your hair seems to be dripping down to your hairline. Applying greasy heavy duty products like pomades near your hairline could become the root for zits around the area. Even if you have applied hair product to just your hair and have touched your hairline to tousle your roots or smooth, you risk clogging your pores.
How to prevent them: How obvious, don’t apply products near your forehead and wash hands after applying any hair product. Scrub up the roots when you wash your face, do it gently.
3. Pimples on Your Chin, Jawline, or Neck
Menstrual cycles are the reason for zits on your chin, jawline and neck. During your periods, hormones like testosterone fluctuate, thereby making your glands produce more oil, which can ultimately clog your pores and results in pimples.
How to prevent them: Rev up your acne treatment one week before your period. Use cleanser regularly with acne-fighting ingredients like benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. Apply acne removal treatment containing same ingredients to keep your chin, jawline, neck and face just safe.
4. Pimples on Your Cheeks
Did you touch you face with dirty hands or your dirty mobile phone? This could be the reason for pimples on your cheeks. Avoid touching your face with dirty hands or dirty phone, it can transfer pore-clogging dirt or bacteria to your skin resulting in acnes.
How to prevent them: Keep your hands sanitized and even clean your phone with anti-bacterial wipes daily. Most of all keep your hands off your face.
5. Pimples Around Your Mouth
What you eat shows up on the sides of your mouth. Residue from acidic foods like lemon and vinegar based dressing can irritate the skin causing inflammation. While greasy residue of fried foods like chips, fries and other fried foods can physically block the skin pores. Consequences are bad though, gnarly-looking zits around your lips.
How to prevent them: How easy, wash your mouth after you eat or use facial cleansing wipes to remove invisible irritants around your mouth.
What if you already have zits ?
If you have any existing pimples, treat pimples with a acne removal treatment containing bezoyl peroxide 2.5% and salicylic acid 2% to reduce inflammation. For skin that is over sensitive, your dermatologist is the only option left, you need to go and see him now.
See, how the changes in your hygiene, health and habits leads to zits. Therefore to avoid huge acnes appearing on your face, know what your acne says about your health, so that you can combat your acnes.
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