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The office, the family, the dinner with
friends - the holiday season can certainly be a time for celebrating, and for
anyone with acne-prone skin, all that partying can catch up to your complexion in
The condition of acne is due in part to a
hormonal imbalance that takes place within the body. Certain hormones can
affect the amount of sebum, an oily substance, produced by the sebaceous
glands. When too much sebum is produced, it can clog pores. These clogged pores
combined with dead skin cells and debris from the skin’s surface and bacteria
is formed within the pore, often leading to inflammation or breakouts.
Certain things can potentially trigger
the imbalance of hormones, such as sugar and lack of sleep, while other habits
can create unsavory conditions on the surface of the skin, which will often
lead to a dry, flaky complexion that can contribute to the formation of acne
symptoms. Read on to learn about our top three holiday party dangers to avoid,
ensuring a clear and healthy complexion!
Holiday Party Culprits That Might
Interfere With Acne-Prone Skin
Of course, even the most skin savvy
person can slip up from time to time, especially when faced with the
festivities of the holiday season, which is why it’s important to have
something working for you even if you let your guard down for a night or two.
The most effective way to keep your skin looking and feeling its best is to
prevent acne before it starts, which means breaking the acne cycle, and this is
exactly what AcnEase® does. Using 100% safe, all-natural ingredients, AcnEase®
works to restore the internal balance and correct the factors that cause
pimples to form while treating existing pimples simultaneously, regardless of
of your symptoms. Because it is a systemic
solution to treating acne, you can rest assured that it’s always working from
within, whether you indulge this holiday season or not.
we want to hear from you! What are some
top tips that you usually do during the next week to avoid breakouts?