We all know that acne is a common problem among teens. Some people who have survived their teens know firsthand that acne doesnâ€™t always clear up by adulthood. There are considerable problems that can occur with both teen and adult acne, and there are treatments to counteract both.When dealing with acne, a lot of people focus on curing acne. However, it is equally important to recognize what doesn’t cause acne. Just like the persistence of gossip and rumors, there are plenty of myths about acne that are based on misinformation.
This article will dissect those myths and perceptions. You will have a better understanding which will dispel the misconceptions associated with those myths and have you dealing with the actual and factual. Continue reading The Top 5 Acne Myths
Acne is automatically linked with being a teenager in the minds of many. There are many people whose memories of acne are from their teenage years. But there are many adults who are still battling with acne. Although a large percentage of the acne-suffering population are teenagers, it is more prevalent in adults than one might think.
The physical, psychological, and social effects of acne can cause many problems, regardless of your age. Recent studies show that Continue reading Adult Acne: Not Kid’s Play
Everybody knows what blackheads are. They are one of the most common types of pimples, especially among people with oily skin. People swear up and down that blackheads are caused by not washing the skin. It is now a well known fact that they are actually caused by oil build-up on the skin.
The â€œblackâ€ appearance of blackheads is caused by the oxidizing of air on the oil clogging the pores and causing the pimple known as a blackhead. It’s like when rust forms on metal that is exposed to water and wind. Skin color also contributes to their dark color.
The two best ways to remove blackheads are to Continue reading Blackheads: How to get rid of them…