Anti-acne facial care

Acne is the most common skin problem, affecting more than 80% of the population at some point in our lives, whether during adolescence or adulthood. It is primarily controlled by hormones, which is why we often see it develop during our teenage years, or worsen and diminish at the behest of a menstrual cycle. However, there are other factors that also influence such as genetics.

The cause of acne

Acne often begins during the onset of puberty. The sebaceous glands in the skin become overactive under the influence of hormones, causing the pores to become clogged, leading to minor infections, pimples, and acne. But acne can manifest itself in people of all ages. A proper skincare routine can be the key to getting your skin back to its clear state. Although acne is not dangerous to your health, severe acne lesions can leave scars after they heal.

How to treat and prevent acne

Isn't there anything worse than having a big pimple? Well, yes, having a lot of pimples. But do not worry! Gina Cosmetics is always by your side, even in the toughest moments! Here are our little tips to treat acne.

Whether you're dealing with one big pimple or a bunch of small blemishes, you'll need to have the right acne treatment products while starting a cleansing and anti-acne care routine that prevents new breakouts from forming in the first place. .

Acne is a cyclical problem that needs a daily routine rather than a simple treatment when a pimple appears.

What should I do to treat acne?

If you want to know how to treat acne, the first thing you should not do is pick or pop a pimple, but ignoring its appearance doesn't help either. To treat acne, experts recommend using an active treatment.

The reason is that you must treat pimples as soon as they appear, otherwise they will take longer to disappear. In some people, especially those with darker skin tones, they can leave a mark known as hyperpigmentation.

If you have a single inflamed pimple, use an acne spot treatment one to three times a day until the pimple is gone. Acne specialists recommend a product that contains salicylic acid, which exfoliates and unclogs pores. You must also be careful with the way you cover the pimples, during their healing. It may be tempting to cover them with makeup, but this can aggravate acne and make pimples take longer to go away. If you have active pimples, it's important to let your skin breathe and avoid applying any comedogenic (pore-clogging) products that can trap dirt, oil, and bacteria.

Cleansing routine to prevent acne

To prevent pimples from forming, maintain a proper cleansing routine: wash twice a day, each day, with a treatment cleanser, apply a gentle moisturizer that won't clog pores, and choose an acne-friendly sunscreen. If your acne problems persist despite everything, it is better to consult your dermatologist.

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