7 Causes of Acne in Adult Age

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7 Causes of Acne in Adult Age

Acne does not just happen in adolescence. Many women who still acne in age that has grown. In contrast to teenage acne caused by hormonal changes, acne at the age of maturity due to various things. Anything? This is the cause and way of prevention, as summarized from Become Gorgeous. 1. Inflammation When the skin is under stress, whether it is mental or physical (like under the sun), white blood cells rise to the surface. This causes the skin to become inflamed and arise. To fight it is to eat foods containing anti-inflammatory such as green vegetables and berries, 2. Too Much SebumSebum is a natural oil that develops in the skin glands. In normal levels, sebum works to protect the skin from foreign elements and keep skin moist. However, when sebum is too much, it can clog the pores and acne can arise.

3. BacteriaCross environments (such as pollution and cigarette smoke) make bacteria multiply on the skin surface. For that, make sure you clean your face after traveling, so that bacteria do not get inflamed. Also, replace the pillowcase regularly, so that bacteria do not stick to the skin when we sleep. 4. Clogged FolliclesWhen the follicles in the skin are blocked, then the acne will appear. Hormonal imbalance can be the cause of clogged follicles. Acne can be overcome with a cure containing salicylic acid. 5. Too Much to Eat Ready to Eat & Processed To over eat many processed foods (such as nuggets and sausages) and ready to eat can cause acne, especially in the forehead, nose and chin. Replace prepared and processed foods with fresh vegetables, fruits, meats and fish. 6. Accumulated Dead SkinThe growing age makes cell turnover slow down. That’s what causes dead skin cells to accumulate on the surface of the face. The effect, make acne prone skin. In order to avoid from acne, do regular skin exfoliation can with special scrub face or special tools done by experts. 7. Often Using Make-up Thickness Oil-based cosmetics or using a very thick make-up can trigger the onset of bacteria, which ends with acne. Switch to mineral-based make-up and labeled ‘noncomedongenic’. (kik / kik)