At some point, when we were all teenagers we have all wanted to get rid of acne and have suffered acne or at least have been scared of acne. So here, let's discuss and deal with acne and see that it's not such a great problem that it's not treatable. So let's get started.
Acne is a problem that affects almost all teenagers. There are a few things that can activate acne and there are a few things that can make it really leave some horrendous marks that we don't want, so how do we then deal with all of that?
To all the teenagers out there, please do not touch the acne on your face. It is really treatable and it's all because your hormones are playing up. So what you need to do is, please go to your doctor, get the adequate treatment done and acne is treatable. Or at least sit down at home and get your skin care regime right and your acne treatment will be done just then.
Steps to get rid of acne:
The first thing you may have to do is sort out your face wash, so just choosing the right face wash can solve a lot of the issues. Also doing just a few little things will help you not tease your skin further.
For example: You would have touched everything, from your boxes, to your pencils, to your bags, to the railing at your school. Do not come back and touch your face and pat you face. First things first, wash your hands with whatever is your soap, your liquid wash and then wash your face, and that's very important.
Wash your face at least three times in the day, use the right face wash, try something like a gel cleanser, something which is light and lathers on your face, also which does not rip away all the hydration and oil from your face but make sure you use it like three times a day, maybe four if you're really oily, if you're into sports, and if you're into a lot of outdoor activities. Also, at night make sure, you use a fresh towel or change your pillow case every night especially if you have a dandruff prone scalp or an oily sticky scalp. Just a few adjustments in your routine and your lifestyle make a huge difference on to how the skin looks.
To sum up acne in teenagers is not necessarily a real disease, it's not that not-treatable. So all it is, is some hormones playing up and therefore playing with your skin as well and increasing the oiliness on your skin which then may or may not lead to acne depending on how you take care of that. So please take care of your acne, which is very preventable. The best thing to do is to go and meet you dermatologist and get it sorted.
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