When a hair follicle is clogged with extra sebum and dead skin cells, your sensitive skin is prone to develop a blackhead, white head or pimple. Does anyone know if skin is just bad in the first part of pregnancy and then usually improves or do you think it will stay like this for the whole pregnancy. Also does anyone have any good suggestions to treat the problem? Please fill in the online questionnaire for your FREE hair and skin consultation.
Taking care of your facial skin
Cold weather is a common factor in the drying out of facial skin, and the increased use of moisturizers. Some moisturizers are greasy and can cause break-outs. Exfoliation should be used regularly to prevent back acne and to get rid of dead skin cells that appear and gather on the back, buttocks and back of the arms. Sugar scrub should also be used in the shower on a weekly basis. Some other herbal products can also help clear the skin by removing toxins. These herbal therapy products are: bergamot, chamomile, dandelion root, juniper and lavender.
Remember to use unscented water-based cleansers only for you to avoid further irritation of the skin that is affected with back acne. Strong soaps can be abrasive to the skin and can complicate back acne.
The good news is adult acne can be completely controlled with the Clear Skincare Acne treatment program, including the treatment of scars and skin pigmentation. It gently cleanses the skin, removing dirt and excess oil. Added moisturizers prevent excessive dryness.
This is the problem of the most common skin regardless of the age. It affects about 85% of adolescents. Dry body brushing effectively and gently exfoliates dead skin cells and increases circulation at the same time. Following this treatment a natural moisturizer is then massaged into the body.