What You Need To Know About Acne: Reasons, Types and Symptoms
Almost everyone we know has dealt, or will eventually struggle, with some sort of acne and blemishes on their face. There are so many different reasons being that, and together at Cherie we want to break down the infamous breakouts! For starters, it’s best to get to know a bit about what exactly is that you’re dealing with, and for that, we prepared a short introduction into the different wonders of the world of acne!
Tips Tricks Treatments For Acne Prone Skin
Acnes are formed due to hormonal changes, maturity, and dietary mishaps too. These result in excess production of sebum, clogged pores, and formation of bacteria underneath the skin layer causing infection. With the right tips and treatments they can be moderated, slowed down, and eventually get rid of completely. One should know which type of acne it is, if it even is acne or any other skin condition, and how to skillfully treat them either at home or with the help of skin experts.
Know Your Acne Type Before You Act
Most teens get acne due to hormonal changes that come with puberty. Sometimes, if the parents had it the children are likely to have it too. On the brighter side, for most people, acne goes away completely with age.
Tackling Rosacea-Symptoms, Causes and Risks
‘Rosacea’ is a facial skin condition which most people do not know about. With time this can look ruddy and intense with visible blood vessels. On rare occasions they do appear on chest and neck or even back. They tend to irritate the eyes making them watery.
Skin Condition v. Skin Type: What’s the Difference and Why Important?
The term “skin condition” in comparison to “skin type” may literally seem like something you look up online when you’re looking for a synonym. But you may be surprised to learn that they both actually mean super different things! Whereas you’re born with your skin type, what you do with your life – including where you live, how you eat, and the medication you’re on – will affect the condition of your skin. As a result, the way you treat your type and condition can be complete different, and is actually extremely important to the overall, continued health of your skin!
Oily Skin? We’ve Got You Covered
Oily skin is the worst. It makes your face shiny when you don’t want it to (hello, that’s what highlighter is for!) make you break out, and can sometimes just make you feel straight up gross. Luckily for you, scientists have figured out what actually causes oily skin. And because scientists are absolute GD geniuses, that means we know what we can doto prevent and treat oily skin!