Causes And Cures Of Adult Acne

Acne is generally a teenage problem but it can return in adult life between the ages of 25-40 years of age. Adult acne can be caused through a variety of different reasons. The hormones in birth control pills, a possible hormone imbalance, stress, excessive sweating or being a hot climate can cause pimples, poor quality make up choices and it is Read more

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Causes Of Body Acne

When people think of acne they automatically think of the face. But acne can flare up anywhere on the body. You could experience pimples, whiteheads and blackheads on your legs, knees, scalp, neck, shoulders, arms, back and even on the buttocks. Acne on the back can be jokingly called ‘backne’. It is not normally thought to be painful, Read more

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Home Remedies For Acne

There are thousands of acne treatments available, online, offline, on prescription, without prescription. They can all be pricey, some can cause more harm than good and some may not have any effect at all. This is why more and more people are opting for a home acne treatment that is convenient, cost-effective and more importantly, will Read more

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Impact Of Acne

Suffering from acne can be a very lonely time, especially for those at school who get ridiculed about the way they look. At the time of life where it is especially crucial to fit in, how can you do that if you are covered in acne? It may not have any real effect on your general health, but can have a devastating impact on the acne sufferers’ Read more

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What Causes Acne?

Acne in the vast majority of people; usually begins at puberty but it is not just confined to the young. Acne can plague individual’s way into adult life even in their forties, fifties and beyond. This is not as common but still very possible.
The body goes into overdrive and produces hormones called androgens. Androgens make the Read more

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What Causes Pimples?

There are many factors that cause pimples/acne and it varies in its severity. Stress can cause flare ups in some, side effects of certain medications, even allergies. A bout of acne can be short lived or it can persist for several months or several years. Some people will only get very mild pimples, others will get very severe acne although Read more

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What is Acne?

Acne is an extremely common and distressing condition that affects the skin’s oil glands. The small holes in your skin (pores) connect to oil glands under the skin. These glands make an oily substance called sebum. The pores connect to the glands by a canal called a follicle. Inside the follicles, oil carries dead skin cells to the surface of Read more

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Causes Of Pimples During Pregnancy

Pregnancy should be one of the most exciting and joyful occasions in a woman’s life. Many people report that they have glowing skin and look radiant. This is not the case with everyone, with the sheer amount of hormonal fluctuations that women go through at this time, their bodies are likely to be causing havoc and acne is no exception.
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Healing Acne Scars

It’s estimated that up to 80% of the population will suffer from acne in their teens and twenties and 5% of adults suffer from acne in later life. Generally, people recover from acne with no lasting effects but an unfortunate few are left with disfiguring acne scars. Acne scars occur when spots become inflamed or don’t heal properly.  Read more

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How To Avoid Acne Problems

While Acne is largely a genetic problem and it can be in many cases unavoidable, there are a lot of different ways we can treat our acne, stop existing acne from spreading and prevent further breakouts.
First important rule is, drink plenty of water. Water plumps and hydrates the skin; it also cleanses the body of all the waste products Read more

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