Most people have experienced sallow skin and puffiness and dark circles after a few nights of sleep. It’s normal and it happens to all of us. But how does lack of sleep impact your overall skin health? Having a good…
An acne breakout is the worst nightmare of every teenager. Many studies have been done on what the exact triggers of acnes are, but the findings are a little bit unclear. The consent seems to be that there is no common food item that has the same impact on each individual. For instance, cheese can lead to acne breakouts in a person but chocolate might spark acne in someone else. While each person has a different response to certain types of food items, there are some certain foods that are well-known to agitate a counteraction.
hen your skin breaks out, it is easy to blame stress, hormones, diet and even your skin care products. And while those are all possible culprits, the actual cause may be the products that you are using to keep your hair looking its best.
The feeling that makes you relentlessly and fervently scavenge the internet for information, tips, tricks and “how-to’s”, to look up every remedy book for help and even try every second “ this-will-definitely-work” advice from friends and family. Especially when looking good and having a clear face is the in thing! You feel you are cursed with acne!
One of Garlic’s most powerful properties is to reduce acne, acne spots, and brighten skin. Its antioxidant properties help fight free radicals, enhancing blood circulation and giving your skin a glow. The antifungal, antibacterial and antiseptic properties of garlic prevent re-occurrences of acne breakouts giving you clear skin. Here are three ways to use garlic to prevent acne
Unlike your favorite jeans or that band you listened to in high school, acne is something that you may not be able to outgrow in your adult life. For those lucky few, acne can go away, but it can also get worse or spots can creep up on you even if you had clear skin in high school. We are seeing more adults – in their 20s, 30s and beyond – still complaining about pustules, papules and painful cysts. Wendy Lewis, The Knife Coach guest blogs for mySkin on Adult Acne and the various treatment avenues available.