Avoid use of strong cosmetic in acne 2:

If you are having acne then you should avoid using cosmetics. If it is possible use, only water based cosmetics. Care should also be taken to check if they are noncomedogenic.

As it is got in the research that cosmetic manufacturers generally add artificial oil to the products assuming that sebum is always helpful for the skin. These oils actually block the pores and aggravate acne. So it is suggested to use water base cosmetic only.


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Avoid make up products with a strong fragrance as they can trigger an allergic reaction. Instead, use products with a very lightly fragrance. Compact pressed powder should also be avoided. The puff tends to collect all the dirt, grime and bacteria of the skin and alleviate acne. Use loose face powder instead. The face powder will help to absorb the extra oil. Apply moisturizer evenly with a light hand. This prevents deposition of excess products at different spots.

Another option available is mineral make up. It contains zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. They have anti bacterial and anti-inflammatory effects that help prevent acne. Even these should be used with caution since at times they tend make the skin dry.
At the end of the day, completely remove all make up. You can do so very conveniently with witch hazel. It is easily available. It contains enough alcohol to cleanse the skin but does not dry it out completely.



Yogurt for Skin Care

It is really a treasure-chest of Vitamins B1, B2, B-6, B-12, zinc, calcium, protein and yeast. Its also have lactic acid, a natural skin smoother that makes it a simple, yet effective facial mask.


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Yogurt adds enzymes and oils to the skin, working as a natural moisturiser. It can also reduce pore size, improve overall skin texture, and give you that healthy glow. It also helps to stop pimples and clear the skin very effectively. Slather yogurt on your acne daily. The rich zinc content will help to clear your skin.
One can simply just spread yogurt on the face and leave it on for 20 minutes before rinsing off with warm water it clears the face and gives natural moisture. if u are having pimples and want to stop them then you can mix some brewer’s yeast with plain yogurt and apply it on your face , wait for few minutes, and then wipe clean, it will help to stop them.

For stopping acne you can also use 1 tsp yogurt and 1/4 orange or 1/2 lemon juices. Mix together and smooth onto face. Allow to remain on for five minutes, and then rinse off with warm water.
Avoid using if you are allergic to something.

Blackheads

An open comedo is usually known as a blackhead it’s a type of acne vulgaris, it is a blackish or yellowish bump or plug on the skin. It causes due to excess oils that have accumulated in the sebaceous gland’s duct.

All acne is not the same. The acne can be divided into red bumps and blackheads/whiteheads. This division is important because each type is treated differently. Blackheads and whiteheads, known as comedones, can be more numerous on the face and shoulders than red bumps filled with pus.


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Blackheads, is usually known as open comedones, are follicles that have a wider than normal opening. They are filled with plugs of sebum and sloughed-off cells and have undergone a chemical reaction resulting in the oxidation of melanin. This gives the material in the follicle the typical black color.


Acne

Skin condition characterized by plugging and inflammation that involves the hair follicles and sebaceous glands. It can take many forms including blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, and nodules, a skin disease caused by overactive oil glands. A common skin eruption that usually appears on the face, chest, and back. Commonly begins in adolescence when the oil glands enlarge and become inflamed. This skin condition also known as pimples that occurs when sebaceous glands become blocked or inflamed to varying degrees.

Acne

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Acne affects most teenagers to some extent.  However, the disease is not restricted to any age group; adults in their 20s – even into their 40s – can get acne.