Oily Skin – Acne:

The most common skin disease, acne usually begins in adolescence and affects almost all young people. This results in the appearance of blackheads and/or pimples (red or white). Juvenile acne is usually concentrated on the face, neck, chest and back. Some factors contribute to the appearance of acne lesions. It is usually due to hormonal alterations (puberty, premenstrual syndrome, pregnancy, etc.) but also stress and fatigue, which can lead to an overproduction of sebum and bacterial proliferation. When sebum cannot escape normally, skin pores become blocked. Then pimples and pimples appear.

An oily skin is generally characterized by its thickness, dilated pores, oily appearance, opaque and brightness. This is due to the excess of sebum, which favours the regular appearance of skin imperfections such as “blackheads” or “pimples”. In addition to the hormonal changes related to adolescence, other factors favour the secretion of sebum, mainly heredity or the environment. Heat and humidity are, in addition, aggravating agents.

In the case of mixed skin, the imperfections are located, above all, in the middle part of the face: forehead, nose and chin, which are commonly known as the T zone. The rest of the face and body may have normal or even dry skin. Mixed skin is unbalanced and susceptible to aggression.

On the other hand, being constant when it comes to cleaning is fundamental, as the skin needs the pores to breathe and not be clogged by any kind of residue. Maintaining a skin that is always clean and hydrated will make you get closer to the final step, beginning to show off a face that is smoother and free of imperfections.