Facial skin problems are extremely common in our daily lives. Even if it is painless, they can be really stressful and really can affect our confidence.
2 of the most common problems we see today is Acne and Rosacea. While acne is a common skin problem among teenagers, it can also affect adults well into their 30s and beyond. Depending on the severity of the condition, acne can be irritating and persistent and can leave visible scars.
If your face looks like you're blushing and you get bumps that look like acne, you might have a skin condition called Rosacea. The main thing you'll notice is redness and sensitivity around your cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead. Rosacea symptoms can come and go, they may flare up for a few weeks, fade, and then come back.
There are things that you can do naturally to help reduce both Acne and Rosacea.
Giving your skin a deep cleanse once or twice a week is really important no matter what your skin type. Wash your face twice daily to remove impurities, dead skin cells and extra oil from your skin’s surface.
Our Hydra C Serum would be really helpful after cleansing and exfoliating. All ingredients are pure and organic. Hydration, especially for acne prone skin. Use a moisturizer that has soothing agents that will also help reduce inflammation.
Also remember that if you wear make-up, make sure that you cleansed them at the end of the day. Use micellar water, it has the ability to act as both a makeup remover and a facial cleanser. And yes, we know that some of us use other people's makeup brushes, please let us avoid cross-contamination. Simple yet very important is to avoid touching your face if possible when you know it’s dirty. Eat nutritious fruits, more water and get enough sleep to avoid the side effects of bad rest. Relax! Like what we have said, stress can make you break out.
These are only examples of things that can happen to your facial skin and there are many, many other things that can come up. The best thing, if you notice anything that concerns you on your face, is to arrange an appointment with your Dermatologist or Skin specialist to diagnose the condition and initiate treatment.