Terrible Acne During Pregnancy?

Terrible Acne During Pregnancy?

3 Essential Rules For Clear Skin During your Pregnancy

“You’re pregnant!” he exclaimed. It’s wonderful news to soon be a mother. But some moms tend to encounter skin problems. Acne is experienced by many women during their pregnancy’s first and second trimesters. Why does this happen you may ask? Blame it on the increase in hormones called androgens. The increase in androgens can cause the overproduction of sebum on the skin. This oil will clog pores leading to bacteria, inflammation and those pesky breakouts. Not only do you have to deal with the overproduction, but finding safe prescriptions and over-the-counter treatments to avoid birth defects. Do not stress! Instead, getting to the root cause of your acne and preventing it from happening will save you a lot of time and money in the end. Not to mention, since we know that the origin of acne is internal, it makes sense to treat it internally, right? AcnEase will ease your mind with tackling current and potential breakouts! Here is information about pregnancy acne that can help keep you and your unborn baby safe.

1. Variables to Pregnancy Acne

Your pregnancy will not last forever and neither will the acne. Psychological instability such as nervous feelings, stress, fear of childbirth, and hysteria are variables of acne. In addition, an unhealthy diet such as eating sugary, greasy, and spicy food, bad habits namely smoking and alcohol abuse, and the lack of fresh air are factors of acne as well. It is advised to also avoid bad skin care which is the use of low-quality cosmetics or comedogenic products, and insufficient cleaning of skin pores. All of this can trigger the appearance of acne during pregnancy.

2. What You Can Do About It

Pregnancy is known to make women glow with happiness. We have a list for your happiness to prosper with clear glowing skin.

Maintain an effective face cleanse regime. A good defense is done with the best offense. Clean your face gently with a mild, soap-free cleanser twice a day, once in the morning and once at night. It is advised to wash and rinse thoroughly, particularly around your hairline and jaw, where pores have a tendency to get clogged. Counteract breakouts and scars by taking great care of your skin.

Use an oil-free moisturizer. While it may appear to be unreasonable, it is recommended to use an oil-free moisturizer that can actually help limit the aggravation. Skin that is overly dried by harsh acne soaps can sometimes lead to breakouts.

Eat healthy with fruits and vegetables. Increase your dietary intake of vitamin A which helps keep skin healthy such as eggs and carrots. Don’t over do it, since an excess of A has been shown to cause birth defects.

Keep your body hydrated. Drinking plenty of water helps flush out your skin, keeping it moist and clearer.

UseAcnEase, a clinically proven treatment customized to work on your type of acne. AcnEase is also gluten free, No GMO, no sugar, phytoestrogens or milk by- products. It has a 96% user success rate of normalizing the body imbalance that causes breakouts, leaving you with clear, healthy and beautiful skin.

3. Pay attention to the unsafe acne fighting habits

There aren’t many rules to abide by during your pregnancy, apart from avoiding drugs and abstaining from alcohol, of course. It's smooth sailing, however, the health and safety of your growing baby are important. Here’s a few Dont’s to give attention to, while pregnant.

Be gentle! Just because during the pregnancy the skin is extra sensitive, don’t be tempted to scrub aggressively. Over-washing your skin of its natural moisture, makes it more prone to breakouts due to the dryness of the skin. Don't squeeze or pick at pimples either, as tempted as you might be. These tactics will only make zits last longer and can cause scars.

Topical products! Two common topical medications, beta-hydroxy acid (BHA) and salicylic acid may be absorbed through the skin. Read the labels carefully and don’t purchase any products if salicylic acid or BHA is on the ingredient list. If you’ve used products containing beta-hydroxy or salicylic acid before you knew you were pregnant, don’t worry. Just stop now!

Microdermabrasion appointments! Don’t book and cancel microdermabrasion appointments or chemical peel treatments until after delivery. Your skin is extra sensitive during pregnancy and these harsh treatments may cause irritation, inflammation, and/or scarring.

Stick to one product! Do not keep changing the course of treatment every now and then. AcnEase is your steady solution! With a proper hydration, cleansing regime and the AcnEase’s® systemic solution, this trio can achieve beautiful skin, throughout the trimesters of your pregnancy. There is no 100 percent guarantee, but these tips might help prevent pregnancy acne. Just in case acne during pregnancy decided to appear, remember this: keep calm and relax. Apart from your physical appearance, it is important to take note of your unborn child’s health and development, so make sure you talk to your doctor about the best options for acne.

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We want to hear from you! What natural remedies for pregnancy acne worked best for you? Did you have pregnancy acne? Tell us in the comments below!

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