PIMPLES AND BREAKOUTS

Nobody likes blemishes and other impurities on the face. We thought these issues were something we would get over once our teenage years were done, but these skin issues can persist well into adulthood. Taking care of pimples and breakouts isn’t just about beauty because they can be painful as well. They can also be symptoms of various medical conditions. Fortunately, there are ways to treat pimples and breakouts, but first, we need to look at what causes them. 

Bacteria Can Cause Acne
Millions of people around the world are affected by acne caused by bacteria. The acne doesn’t just appear on their faces either, as it can go down to the neck, shoulders and elsewhere on the body. Your skin is covered with pores which are hair follicles that contain oil-producing glands. We live in a world full of bacteria. However, not all bacteria are bad. Unfortunately, a bacterium that resides at the base of your pores can feed off of the sebum produced at the base of the hair follicles. When the bacteria feed off of the sebum, the body reacts by inflaming the pore. It also sends white blood cells to attack the bacteria. This combination ends up being the pimple that we all dread. 

Too Much Oil Can Cause Acne
Bacteria isn’t the only culprit when it comes to pimples and breakouts. Everyone’s skin produces oil. This oil, as you learned before, is known as sebum. However, some people can have glands in their pores that produce too much sebum. This may cause someone to look excessively shiny, but it can also cause clogged pores that lead to pimples and breakouts. The first thing you want to look at if you suffer from too much oil production is your genetics. Does it run in your family? Often, it’s passed down and you may have relatives that have overactive sebaceous glands as well. The climate where you live can also have an effect on how much oil your body creates. If you live in a climate that is more humid, then you may be more prone to a higher production of sebum. Finally, it’s important to look into the skin care products that you’re using. If you aren’t using the right skin care products for your skin type, then it could cause a reaction of overproducing sebum that will clog your pores and cause pimples and breakouts.

Conclusion - Clay Mask ARE The Solution To Pimples And Breakouts
Clay masks are not just a beauty trend because they can help your skin stay healthy as well. They get deep into your pores and pull out any impurities to help your skin stay clear on top of beautiful. The ingredients in a clay mask also act as an anti-inflammatory to help reduce the inflammation in your pores caused by bacteria or an overproduction of sebum. A clay mask is the no-risk way to beautiful healthy skin.