Acne affects approximately 9.4% of people on the planet. This problem often appears during puberty, but can manifest itself at different stages of life. Acne progresses in areas where sebaceous glands are concentrated (face, chest, back). How can you beat acne?
Factors contributing to the development of acne: genetics, the external environment, inflammation in the body, active work of the sebaceous glands, hormonal imbalance, bacteria. Blackheads are blackheads or whiteheads and do not cause inflammation. Inflammatory acne: pustules, papules, nodules and cysts.
How to deal with acne: effective acne treatments
The gut microflora affects skin health. Probiotics are used to support beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract and immunity. Healthy skin is slightly acidic, thus preventing the proliferation of pathogenic organisms.
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Present in a number of foods. Beef liver and cod liver are rich sources of this vitamin. Vegetables and fruits contain carotenoids, which are converted in the body into vitamin A. Significant doses of vitamin A help treat acne.
Present in nuts, seeds, green leafy vegetables. It is a natural antioxidant that has anti-inflammatory effects. Taking vitamin E activates the valuable properties of vitamin A, eliminating acne and other dermatological ailments.
It is important for wound healing and skin health. Zinc is found in meat, seafood, seeds, and legumes. Zinc supplements reduce inflammation and sebum production.
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Omega 6 and Omega 3 are fatty acids valuable for the body. Maintaining optimal proportions between these acids is important for the regulation of inflammation. Omega-3 supplements help fight acne.
Participates in a number of body processes, strengthening immunity, normalizing brain function, splitting proteins and other substances. Vitamin B6 is essential for healthy skin, for example, it can reduce acne in women during the premenstrual period.
Skin care. Topical cosmetic formulations for acne
Retinol is a bioactive form of vitamin A that is used to treat acne and other skin conditions (light wrinkles). Retinols rejuvenate the skin and help treat acne and acne scarring.
It is included in a number of acne products, cleansers. It has the ability to exfoliate dead skin, dissolve excess fat and toxins from the skin surface, and reduces pore diameter.
One of the most popular acids in skin care. Helps to exfoliate dead skin, unclog pores and remove breakouts.
It has a drying effect and helps to absorb excess fat from the skin surface. Has antibacterial effect… Sulfur works well with other ingredients (salicylic acid).
It is a form of vitamin B3. Has anti-inflammatory effect and prevents water loss in the skin, improves the appearance of rashes without side effects…published by econet.ru
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