ACNE in the morning you suddenly caught up

ACNE

 

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Many of us will be distressed
with acne Pockmarks, blemishes and blotches at some point in our lives, acne scars can be upsetting and
debilitating.

One beautiful evening
you think you’re just awesome and in the morning you suddenly caught up with
those hormonal changes shown on your face! However acne are more associated
with teens but they can appear in your 30’s 40’s or even 50′ sometimes,
so no matter what your age is you still need to know about the best acne
treatments available around you.

 

Acne is actually a bond
of three best friends

Relationship among 3
causes and all 3 are completely dependent on the next one. When any one
out of these three goes for a walk, relation is smashed and acne struggles
to be there…and you now find yourself in a melodious relationship. . Don’t believe? Keep scrolling…

I myself have caught up
in this trio relation so many times during my teens and later in my 30’s as
well. At that time I tried to avoid picking spots so as not to make my
scars appear, and when they do appear,
bought scrub after scrub and then cover them with a heavy layer of concealer to
just pretend that everything is all right! But somehow, that just makes
everything worse!

The acne bond look like
this: Dead skin or oil
trapped debris within pores = growth of Propionibacterium acnes (p.acnes)
bacteria =Inflammation or Acne

Without dead skin or oil stuck debris in your
pores, p.acnes bacteria will not be able to develop. Without a development of p.acnes
bacteria, inflammation will not be caused and without inflammation there will
be no acne.

If you are so keen to dig into the science of
acne even deeper, it’s thought that Essentially, acne is caused by excess sebum production, which can
be caused by so many factors either anxiety, your makeup stuff, genetic factors
or just nutrition level.

Sebum yields oil, which
then mixes with things like the hairs on your skin or dirt. Your pores then
become clogged which gives the perfect medium for Bacteria to grow and
multiplies this causes swelling and redness — which is the start of acne.

Best acne spot treatments

The good news is, there’s a plethora of medicinal and over the
counter products that can help, Unfortunately there’s no ‘one size fits all’
product, and more or less it’s a case of trying different things from brands you can
trust you can call it a bit of experimentation to find what works best for your skin.

If, however, you don’t have severe acne and you were looking for a
product to treat a few painful zits, you want a totally different treatment
altogether – here are three best ways to vanish your acne and scare associated
with them.

So let’s start how to disrupt your acne bonding
with other friends with great and appropriate skincare.

Salicylic
acid

ACID?  I promise it’s not as scary as it sounds!

If you ever checked your
bathroom cabinet, you’d be surprised at just how many of your products already include
salicylic acid in their ingredients list. You’ll find it
in all means of scrubs, face masks and moisturizers, and many of us rubbing it
into our faces daily without actually knowing how it works. Let’s change that.

Anyone who deals with
persistent blemishes and acne knows that there are some fail-safe treatments.
That’s where salicylic acid arises in—it’s one of the most common spot-busting ingredients out there.

A kind of beta hydroxy acid
(BHA), salicylic acid is all-rounder ingredient that can tackle skin’s many
problems majorly acne, blemishes and an uneven texture.

it has the ability to breach deeply into the pores not just the surface and disrupt the
‘glue’ of your-It also promotes cell turnover for a firmer,
plumper complexion and controls the overproduction of sebum. No miracle it’s
such a popular spot remedy.

When you first apply it (most importantly to clean and dry skin) you’ll
probably experience some stinging and perhaps a little peeling or slightly reddened
skin. But it’s safe to use on even sensitive skin because of its
anti-inflammatory properties.

Over time, your skin
will become familiar to it and any side effects will reduce, on facial skin, you should go for a concentration of 0.5% to
2%, while the rest of your body may respond well to 3% salicylic acid, so start with a smaller concentration if you’re
apprehensive and then move gradually. You’ll also notice that your skin is
smoother and clearer, due to the exfoliation.

If you’re still unsure, consult a
dermatologist, who will be able to recommend the right level for you.

 

Retinol

Ahhhh Vitamin A I am totally madly in love for this incredible
ingredient. My love affair started when I washed up my Acne marks three years
back and has started again recently.

Here is my open love letter on why you should love Vitamin A
(Retinol) or why you need to respect this fabulous molecule just like I do.

Retinoid or also known as retinol is chemical
compounds that are chemically related to Vitamin A. Retinoid are primarily used
in medicine.  It’s a cell communicating element, so
it converses to almost any skin cell and sends messages for it to behave like a
healthy, younger cell. 

The molecules are small enough to penetrate
the outer layers of the skin and then work their way down to the
lower layers towards the dermis to have a physical impact on the Collagen fibers.

For Retinol to work effectively it needs to
be converted into a Retinoid. These retinoid have to be absorbed into
the skin before they can start to communicate with the cells to repair the
damage.

Retinoids are commonly used and frequently
prescribed by dermatologist all over the world. It’s
important to start slowly & build up your use, you might see some visible
results after 4 weeks especially when using this new molecule however it takes
an average of 3 months of regular use for the best results to be seen.

 

 

Retinol is available in different forms to suit
the needs of different individuals. Some of them are:

•    Retinol cream:  Greatest options for people with dehydrated skin. Always look
for retinol creams that are in a vessel which does not allow air and light to
come in contact with the product.
•   
Retinol lotion: A lotion is diluter
than cream therefor a perfect option for people with normal to oily skin as it
quickly gets immersed by the skin.
•   
Retinol serum: A serum is lighter
than lotion which allows the people with much oily skin to use it without any troubles.
People with sensitive skin should try out creams or lotion before laying their
hands on a serum.
•   
Retinol capsules: Retinol inside a
capsule is very effective and suits all skin type.
•   
Retinol eye creams: One should always
do a sensitivity test before applying retinol eye creams. Always do a patch
test to retinol before applying it on a sensitive area.

Those who are pregnant should strictly avoid
Retinol.

Niacin amide

This element might not have received the same
amount of publicity from the media as Retinol or Salicylic acid, it is still an item you should have on your sensor and in
your skincare regime.

 It’s one
of those multitasking ingredients that help to keep your, skin acne free with
the added bonus of hydrated and firm look. 

 Niacin amide is a water-soluble vitamin which is also known as
nicotinic amide, the amide compound of vitamin B3. 

In the treatment of acne, niacin amide can not only reduce the
inflammation associated with existing acne, but can also help to prevent future
incidences.

More and more clinical studies are reporting the
benefits of topical vitamin B3 for acne healing and skin regeneration. In fact,
some studies claim that topical vitamin B3 could even be more effective than
more established prescribed solutions such as antibiotics, Retinoid or
salicylic acid!

Vitamin B3 does not lead
to bacterial resistance like
many other antibiotic-based acne treatments because it doesn’t target the
bacteria overgrowth. Instead, it targets
the very first stage of acne (sebum oxidization) and prevents pimples from
developing in the first place.

 

Studies have shown that niacin amide works best at a
concentration of five percent, and potentially reduce facial sebum.

 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16766489

This has been further shown by a clinical trial
comparing a gel product containing 5% niacin amide favorably with standard
medicinal creams.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3724370/

Sunscreen –Daily sun
protection is a must as skincare acids can make skin more susceptible to UV
damage,  It’s best to use acids in PM and once a day.

What
about Blemishes, Pigmentation and Wrinkles?

Though all these vitamins have been
traditionally used for treating acne due to their natural anti-inflammatory
benefits, it has been proven with so many studies that these vitamins also help
in reducing skin pigmentation and age spots. 

So beauties waiting for what For the whole story, take a look, how to design a skincare routine for acne
using these molecules.

Regimen for Morning

1.  
Niacin amide 

2.  
Sunscreen – Daily
sun protection is a must as skincare acids can make skin more susceptible to UV
damage

Regimen for Evening

1.  
Cleanser

2. 
Salicylic
Acid 2% Solution or Retinoid 2%– You can alternate on different evening to benefit from
both actives

3. 
Moisturizer (optional)- Sometimes even oily, acne prone skin types need extra
moisture, if this describes your skin type go for it.

On a side note: For those of you who are already
very skincare savvy, know that there are lot many great products in the defense
against acne which I dint included here, but to keep this acne regimen as
simple as possible, above I’ve picked the products with my personal
experience which showed me maximum impact and proved themselves best.

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