Acne can come in many different forms - Hormonal, cystic, fungal, comedones and more.
Acne is typically perceived as something that only occurs in your teens, but it can occur in anyone. In fact, hormonal and cystic acne is actually more common in adults! Some common causes for acne include stress, excess sebum, clogged pores, bacteria or an increase in hormonal activity. With acne and pimples, it’s always a good idea to just let it run its course. No matter how tempting, trying to forcibly pop it can result in scarring, swelling or infection.
When trying to combat acne, it’s best to use a combination of products that treat and soothe at the same time. Too many targeted acne-treating products used at once can be counterproductive and irritate your skin even further. Regularly practising methods of deep cleaning the pores will also be highly beneficial. Exfoliating, in conjunction with deeply hydrating skin with acne, makes the perfect recipe for regulating oil levels and sebum production to not only treat acne but also prevent future ones from appearing!
Ingredients to combat acne include
Tea Tree Oil