About 70-80% of people suffer from various forms of problem and prone
to acne skin. In some forms of mild to moderate acne
gravity people are not accustomed to seek medical help. None
however, it is advisable to consult a dermatologist even with
early or moderate signs of acne, since
timely medical intervention can help prevent
further aggravation and negative consequences such as
Drug-free care is provided by cleansing and
tonics, scrubs, moisturizers and masks that
sold in pharmacies without special prescriptions. These tools help
cleanse the skin of the face and care for problem and prone to acne
skin. To relieve exacerbations and reduce symptoms to a minimum
People with problem skin are also offered a range of changes in
way of life.
- Signs and symptoms of problem skin
- The main causes and causes of acne
- Myths about acne prone skin
- Acne Promoting Factors
- How to treat problem skin?
Signs and symptoms of problem skin
Before you decide to use this or that
means of non-drug treatment, it is important to determine the symptoms,
which caused concern. Funds for problem and prone to
acne skin and also for treating mild to moderate acne
severity, as a rule, solve one or more problems associated
with skin condition.
Acne: what happens in the skin
They act by:
- reducing sebum formation, thereby controlling
- accelerating the detachment of skin cells that helps fight off
- anti-bacterial infection caused by reproduction
- reducing inflammation that in turn will
promote healing of the sebaceous gland.
The main causes and causes of acne
Problem and acne prone skin – very common
skin condition that usually develops during the genital period
ripening when boys and girls experience serious
hormonal changes. Hormones called androgens
stimulate the sebaceous glands, and they secrete more skin
lard than is really necessary (seborrhea). Seborrhea also
may damage normal skin exfoliation.
When the skin produces an excess amount of sebum and in
not sufficiently deprived of dead cells, they can
accumulate in the hair follicles and form soft plugs.
These plugs can lead to bulging of the follicle wall and
white acne, or the stopper may open
the skin surface and darken, resulting in a black
Acne (papules or pustules) is raised red skin.
with a white dot in the center that develop with inflammation or
infection of blocked hair follicles. Their blockage and
inflammation that develops deep in the tissue of the sebaceous glands,
causes the formation of edema under the surface of the skin that wears
the name of the cyst.
Problem skin is most commonly found on the face, shoulders,
chest and back, since these areas produce the most
Especially teens should pay attention to daily care.
for their skin, which at this age is most prone to
Hormones. Although problem and acne prone skin
most common among adolescents, it is increasingly common
among adults, especially women who experience hormonal
changes during pregnancy, menstruation or as a result
variable hormonal states, for example, in case of the syndrome
Bacteria. Acne prone skin
quite oily as a result of excessive secretion of sebum.
This creates conditions for over-breeding, usually harmless.
bacteria that live on the skin. They cause irritation and
inflammation in enlarged sebaceous glands.
Usually harmless acne bacteria (Propionibacterium acnes) can
multiply due to excessive sebum production.
Genetics. There is some evidence that
genetic predisposition plays a significant role in
developing acne. If both parents suffered acne in adolescence
age, there is a high probability that their children also
Acne will develop. Also, if parents suffered from acne during
an adult child will most likely have this
Myths about acne prone skin
In addition to reliable facts around the causes of acne
There are many fictions. These unfounded myths are unfair
“blame” the patient for his condition. For example, people with
acne prone skin is often said to be untidy or not.
often wash the skin. But too frequent washing actually
more dangerous for acne-prone skin as it irritates
due to excessive friction. Patients are also blamed for
they eat poorly.
Although a healthy diet is always preferred,
there is little evidence to say fat food
or chocolate increase the symptoms of acne.
Too frequent washing and eating sweet
products containing sugar can aggravate the symptoms of acne.
Acne Promoting Factors
Although the main causes of acne are usually hormonal
or genetic, there are some additional factors that
able to intensify the symptoms. For example:
Excessive consumption of milk can exacerbate the symptoms of acne.
- food rich in some carbohydrates;
- excessive consumption of milk and other dairy products;
- skin care and makeup products that block the pores and
lead to the formation of comedones.
Although it is always appropriate to consult a dermatologist even with
moderate and early symptoms (to prevent deterioration
states), there are certain rules that are necessary
Touching acne worsens their condition. Consult with
- Wash with warm water, not too hot and not too
- Apply makeup that does not cause acne.
- Use skin care products that do not lead to
the occurrence of acne.
- Let acne heal naturally – by touching and
squeezing can worsen their condition.
How to treat problem skin?
For the treatment of acne, moderate to high severity may
require medical intervention by a doctor or dermatologist, but
mild acne can usually be treated non-drug.
Pharmacies offer a wide range of products for cosmetic
skin care in particular:
- Topical antibacterial agents such as decandiol,
that can kill bacteria
- Lykohalkon A, an effective anti-inflammatory agent
- Carnitine, which reduces sebum secretion
- Lactic acid as a keratolytic agent.
They can be used on any affected area: on
face, shoulders, chest or back. These funds may also be
used for extra care with standard
drug treatment to prevent side effects
such as dry skin or sensitivity to sun exposure.
Regular acne is recommended for acne-prone skin.
cleansing. Healthy food and healthy lifestyle
promote healthy skin.
In addition to creams and gels that are used to treat
symptoms of acne prone skin, there are also remedies that
can help mask unwanted effects.
For example, non-comedogenic makeup can be used to hide
acne on the face, however it is important to remove it at the end of the day using
gentle cleanser. Men can also use
camouflage makeup to hide redness and give complexion
even tone. Tones can be applied locally on
small affected areas.
Contrary to myth, neither toothpastes nor aspirin masks
effective for drying acne. There is no medical
evidence of this, moreover, it can harm. Toothpaste
contains substances that can irritate and damage the skin.
In addition, it is always advisable to eat healthy foods,
keep away from places where skin is exposed to smoke
or dirt, and, given the psychological effects of problem skin,
do everything to increase self-esteem and self-confidence.
Daily cleansing and care procedures can take a few
weeks, so to get a positive result, be
patient and persistent.