Acne in adulthood: measures to combat and eliminate pimples and blackheads

The causes of acne can also be varied: the use of cosmetics or creams unsuitable for your skin type, genetic predisposition, the use of certain medications, stress, and hormonal imbalances are among them.

Most of the world population suffers acne during adolescence. However, suffering in adulthood is also common. During adolescence, acne is more common in males than in females while in adulthood, it is more common in women than in men.

If you have acne it is important to wash your face twice a day (no more, because the irritation of frequent washing can be counterproductive) with neutral pH soap and grease free. You can also opt for a gel cleanser that removes excess fat. For the nose, you can add two times a week limpiaporos strips. It is important not to get comedones grains or by pressing them with nails, because it increase risk of worsening infection or scarring.

As for cosmetics, you must be careful to choose those made from water, not fat, non-comedogenic. Avoid substances such as cocoa butter or lanolin derivatives, since they increase the clogging of the pores. You should remove all makeup at night and let the skin rest with you.

In severe cases it is advisable, in addition to daily care at home through proper hygiene; you must consult a dermatologist who can recommend the most appropriate medication. With regard to acne treatments there have several options available: oral and topical antibiotics, creams and gels specific to the “powerful” laser.

The causes of acne can also be varied: the use of cosmetics or creams unsuitable for your skin type, genetic predisposition, the use of certain medications, stress, and hormonal imbalances are among them.