ME ON THE INSIDE:YOU ARE CLOGGING MY PORES
Acne seems to come and go wherever it pleases. Although Acne completely disappearing can be permanent to extent but acne may never fully go away, just stay in Remission for a long time.
The Skin is living organ that will change and get exposed to environmental factors that can damage the skin. There are also common trigger that people eventually get exposed to cause breakouts when pores blocked with oil and dead Skin Cells.
HouseHold Solution for Acne Day and Night use hydrocolloid patches gently absorb excess fluids, like pus and oil, from your popped pimple while also protecting your ~wound~ from bacteria, gunk, and your dirty little fingers. They help skin heal from the inside out in a moist environment, like the way it’s supposed to,” she adds.
How to use:
- Gently clean and dry the wound with pure water or saline.
- Remove the hydrocolloid from the release paper and apply it onto wound.
- Smooth out wrinkles.
- Hydrocolloid will expand and bleach after absorbing the wound exudates, and will reach to saturation point after 24 hours
- Remove the hydrocolloid when exudates overflow, and replace a new one.
- While removing, press one side and lift up the other side.
- 24 Patches/Box
- 12mm 6 Pieces/Box
- 10mm 18 Pieces/Box
What Is Acne?
Acne is a common skin condition that happens when hair follicles under the skin become clogged. Sebum—oil that helps keep skin from drying out—and dead skin cells plug the pores, which leads to outbreaks of lesions, commonly called pimples or zits. Most often, the outbreaks occur on the face but can also appear on the back, chest, and shoulders.Acne is an inflammatory disorder of the skin, which has sebaceous (oil) glands that connects to the hair follicle, which contains a fine hair. For most people, acne tends to go away by the time they reach their thirties, but some people in their forties and fifties continue to have this skin problem.
Causes of Acne
- Excess or high production of oil in the pore.
- Buildup of dead skin cells in the pore.
- Growth of bacteria in the pore.
The following factors may increase your risk for developing acne:
- Hormones. An increase in androgens, which are male sex hormones, may lead to acne. These increase in both boys and girls normally during puberty and cause the sebaceous glands to enlarge and make more sebum. Hormonal changes related to pregnancy can also cause acne.
- Family history. Researchers believe that you may be more likely to get acne if your parents had acne.
- Medications. Certain medications, such as medications that contain hormones, corticosteroids, and lithium, can cause acne.
- Age. People of all ages can get acne, but it is more common in teens.
The following do not cause acne, but may make it worse:
- Diet. Some studies show that eating certain foods may make acne worse. Researchers are continuing to study the role of diet as a cause of acne.
- Pressure from sports helmets, tight clothes, or backpacks.
- Environmental irritants, such as pollution and high humidity.
- Squeezing or picking at blemishes.
- Scrubbing your skin too hard.