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night sweats, and weight gain are all common symptoms of menopause. Acne can also occur among menopausal women as
well. No matter what age you are, when
you go through a hormonal change, the hormonal imbalance will result in acne.
According to the American
Academy of Dermatology, women in menopause are most likely to spot acne
blemishes near their chin, jaw, and mouth, but pimples can also appear on the
chest and back.
Acne is a prevalent
skin disorder affecting nearly 17 million people. Over-production of oil plugs
pores and causes pimples. It is common to see acne on the face, back,
shoulders, arms and chest. Effective over-the-counter treatments are numerous,
but many can cause adverse side effects, such as dryness, redness and itching.
Herbal treatments can be as effective as the commercial products, but may cause
fewer side effects.
This is the 4th article in our Summer Series, so stay tuned for many more summer tips to keep your skin clear! Join us on Twitter and Facebook to keep the conversation going! As an acne sufferer, you know that many medications have sun restrictions. But avoiding the sun in the summer is like waving a big delicious candy bar in front of a child's (or, let's admit, an adult's) face and telling them they can't eat it. Being on an acne medication during the summer with this type of restriction can cause sunburn/sun damage (sometimes irreversible), irritation and dryness; all of which can make your acne problem worse. If your product is listed here, my recommendation to you is to consult with your doctor about taking these medications during the summer in order to reduce the harmful effects. ...
Internal imbalances make your sebaceous glands work over time, which leads to the overproduction of sebum (oil), in turn, clogging pores. Sebum, dead cells and dirt attracts bacteria, leading to inflammation, resulting in the formation of pimples and even cysts. With that said, you need to take some important steps not to exasperate this tough to treat acne.
What YOU NEED to AVOID if you have back acne.
Don't Scrub Your Back:
Keep clean, but don't scrub the skin on your back. Scrubbing may actually break the skin...
The first step in getting rid of acne scars and marks is to let the skin heal itself while new breakouts are prevented. Acne marks and scars are a result of deep lesions and repeated breakouts and can be prevented if acne symptoms are eliminated.
What to do about those persistent acne scars?
Persistent cysts and lesions that effect adult acne sufferers often leave behind long lasting marks in the form of acne scars, which represent post-inflammatory changes in the skin that are not easily reversed. Depending on the method you choose, acne scar treatment can be quite costly and occasionally even discomforting or painful.
As a first-time user, you should start with the treatment phase to see the best results. Each treatment requires a specific number of bottles for one-month: mild acne (3 bottles), moderate acne (5 bottles), severe acne, (7 bottles). We recommend a minimum one-month treatment, and to continue with the treatment even if you start to see results in the average 7-10 days.
NOTES: The product is the same for each treatment. There are 72 tablets per bottle. Each treatment requires a different daily dose - instructions come with the order.
The big challenge for Fall skin is to off-set the sun and wind exposure from the summer, and the stress of the changed life pace brought by the end of the vacation season, return to school and work and picking up old and new responsibilities. Here's a quick and easy all natural skin fixer that will help "abused" skin achieve a healthy glow.
Oats and oatmeal (not instant or sweetened, but whole grain, steel-cut oats!) are credited with many things. They are an excellent source of fiber, ...
Summer is almost here and we want to look our best at all those weddings,graduations and beach and garden parties, so we speed up nature (and avoid harmful exposure to UVA - "bad" sun rays) by using self-tanning products.When you have Acne or Rosacea, you need to be aware of how the use of sunless tanning products may present a risk of irritating your skin and amplifying the existing skin problems.
In a previous article in our Summer Skincare Series, we abolished a widespread myth that the sun is always bad for you. Sunlight, while accessed in a controlled manner, is healthy and necessary for us as it provides necessary Vitamin D, and actually protects you from some forms of cancer. This exposure needs however to be controlled and limited so it doesn't cause accelerated aging and skin cancer.