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How to Treat Skin Conditions - Secrets and Tips

Author: Robin Sen
by Robin Sen
Posted: Jun 05, 2014

Acne is a skin disease that involves the oil glands at the base of hair follicles. Acne begins when hair, sebum and skin cells clump together into a’ plug’. The plug swells when it becomes infected with bacteria and a pimple starts to develop as the plug breaks down. is a condition of the skin that results from inflammation of the hair follicles and glands in the skin.

Acne is the most common skin disease that affects both adults and teenagers. Treating acne requires a regular routine with effective products. Many people consider that simply washing their face will suffice as treatment. However successful treatment for acne involves more than just washing the face. Also, face washing is only effective in helping acne conditions if the cleanser is effective in clearing cellular debris - without drying or ‘stripping’ the skin of its natural oils.

Apart from gentle and effective cleansing other necessary acne treatments are clearing out the pores and deeply rehydrating the skin without congestion. When treating chronic conditions of acne an effective product routine must be accompanied a course of an internal herbal remedy in order to balance hormonal influences and clear the liver and digestive system.

Successfully clearing acne must involve blackheads treatment. It is entirely possible when using effective products to be able to clear blackheads and then prevent new congestion reforming in the pores.

Cleansing and exfoliating skin

The first step to getting rid of pimples is washing the face regularly. It is essential to cleanse in the morning as well as the evening, also after exercise. If wearing makeup it is important to cleanse twice when removing this.

After cleansing use a nutritive exfoliator to naturally cleanse the pores and balance the sebum secretion of the skin. A nutritive exfoliator allows a protective coating to form on damaged and scarred skin and soothes inflammation.

Medications used to treat acne

The commonly prescribed acne medications contain benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid.

These medication are available from medical practitioners and over the counter. They give short term effects by drying out the skin. Adult acne treatments that involve these medications may seem to work to begin with but the acne condition usually returns in a few months.

Skin specialists and dermatologists can only treat acne by drying out the skin as they rely on the above types of medications and the even more harsh drugs which also have unfortunate side effects.

Just keep it clear

It is a fallacy that using oil free lotions prevents clogging of the pores. If a pimple is the result of a blocked pore it makes sense that using fine-textured plant oils and extracts will easily absorb into even the oiliest or acne skin and so help to keep pores clear. This is because the deep absorption of the fine oils in the pores minimizes the formation of blackheads and pimples. Acne skin is often dehydrated – which then makes the problem worse – so using the finest, high quality face oils which deeply absorb and then rehydrate acne is essential. Regular exfoliating is a must as well.

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