Bad acne most often comes in our teen years. Due to the fact that teenagers are very sensitive to what their friends say and think, the problem can often be made even worse than it really is. Outbreaks of Acne can affect anybody, even when we are careful about what they eat and wash themselves properly. If you have acne, it reduces your self-esteem, and it can have a bad affect on your day-to-day life.
Of course, practically every teenager afflicted with acne bad enough to notice goes to battle to rid their bodies of acne and revitalize their condition. Even though it is most often seen on the face, acne can also strike the chest, back and shoulders. It’s more apparent on someone’s face and it seems to stay around longer.
Most pharmaceuticals are there to provide a cure, not prevent it striking. Although these pharmaceuticals are usually sufficient, they can also have often harmful complications. Because they can contain stringent drugs, they can even threaten the health of the afflicted individual. Preventing acne in the first place is a much better option, because it will allow young people to continue with their lives without the effects of acne and shame that are associated with it.
One idea that is often effective is to obscure your spots by carefully choosing what clothes you wear. One color to forget about is red, which points out blemished skin. The human brain naturally puts together similar colors; it therefore follows, if your eyes are blue you should put on blue clothing.
It doesn’t matter where on this planet you are living, what color your skin is and what your ethnic background is has very little effect on whether you’ll contract acne or not. There are as many sufferers in Brazil, Thailand or Amsterdam as there are in Chicago, Cedar Rapids or Oklahoma City.
From research of the so-called experts, acne has many causes, these include your inherited characteristics and the body’s hormones, anxiety and stress, and even eating an excess of sugary things. Expert advice is to leave out sodas and keep calm and relaxed. Ha! Having acne can be one of the highest stress times I can conceive.
Author: Kathryn NewcombThis author has published 1 articles so far.