Avoid the use of strong cosmetics in acne

We know that cosmetics are chemical compound if they are used then are directly related to acne. In fact, acne cosmetica, or acne caused by cosmetics, is a common mild form of acne. This type of acne is triggered by topical factors and not the complex processes that take place inside the body. Even those people who are not susceptible to acne sometimes suffer from acne cosmetica.


Acne cosmetica it is generated by outside chemical substances, acne cosmetica is easy to get rid of. Stop using the cosmetic which has triggered acne and the acne disappears. Acne cosmetica is small, rashy, pink bumps on the cheek, chin and forehead. It develops over a period of a few weeks or months and may be persistent for a long time.


The outbreak can be stopped by end the use of the particular cosmetic which triggers the onset. In any condition, people suffering from acne should avoid using cosmetics. It is proved that makeup does not cause acne, but it can worsen the existing acne condition. Unfortunately, people are not aware of this “action and reaction” relation between acne and cosmetics, and end up worsening their infection by using more cosmetics to hide acne.
Now days some skin and hair care products can induce comedones, or a basic form of acne. This ability to induce acne is called “acnegenicity.” Acne inducing ability refers to both comedogenicity (inducing comedones- whiteheads and blackheads) and papule and pustules formation. Acne cosmetica is different than other forms of acne because in this condition papules and pustules means pus filled pimples, appear first and comedones appear later. Most cosmetics carry the label of having been tasted for acnegenicity and being noncomedogenic, yet people suffering from acne should be careful in using even these cosmetics.