Acne in Teens– perhaps the most devastating phase that could roll out in their life. From dealing with high on Goosebumps on heart-throbbing chores like studies, exams and then relationships now they have raised brows for another agony called as zits (acne). Unfortunately, acnes are an inescapable truth of teen’s existence, which are more likely to happen in their age. On top of that, they’re not even exclusive only on their cheeky face but—their back, neck, arms and any other swath of open skin that is being kept free for grab.
But opportunely the good news is that there are some natural remedies and tips to prevent the pops and bumps of white, red and black heads acne, which when taken care of could lead their way to acne free skin. Here is the little instruction guide to prevent acne in teenagers.
- Wash Your Face Frequently:
Whether or not you have got acne, wash your face twice, thrice- or better if thrice- in short intervals of a day and keep your face clean to remove dead skin cells, impurities and extra oil from skin surface.
Moisturizing is an imperative part of keeping acne at bay as it clears way and extracts oils, dirt, and makeup that often accumulates on your skin.
Tip: If you are heading on with acne removal products, to control the outbreaks then moisturizing before applying them is a must. Since acne products constitutes ingredients that turns the skin dry, thus applying the moisturizer right after them can get critical.
Apply Natural Acne Removal Products:
Natural remedies and herbs (like neem, tulsi & aloevera) work out best for preventing acne in teenagers. They act as a great shield for curbing bacteria. You can start applying with a small amount thereby checking the try and test method giving a way to adjust yourself and evaluate how much to use and how not.
- Revise your Shampoo:
Did you know shampoos and conditioners with heavy fragrances and chemicals leads to skin irritation and breakouts on forehead jaw even neck and back? Henceforth, consider using only non-fragrance products with a natural smell (go for organic shampoo) for rinsing hair.
Tip: Make sure you wash your face post- shampoo to get rid of the residue over the skin.
Stop Touching Your Face:
Hands are the rare part of body that carries the maximum oil and dirt. So, forget the times when you stretch a comfort for yourself sitting in the classroom, cupping your face with your hands, and sometimes even fingers running on your cheeks. The more you touch your cheek, the more you are giving window to future breakouts resulting in irritation and severe bumps.
Being low in patience, and often enticed by advertised products; teens often make mistake of using wrong products that are high in chemicals allowing their skin to worsen. The best part is to make use of organic products as there are no side effects tethered with them and also they are pocket-friendly. Following these regime teenagers can prevent their acne to burst out.