All you need to know about Skincare

A specific skincare routine cannot be made universal as it varies depending on the structural constitution of the skin. There exists a wide range of types of skin constituents and they are listed below:

  • Dry skin
  • Oily skin
  • Scaly skin
  • Sensitive skin
  • Normal skin – neither too oily nor too dry

Out of all these mentioned skin types oily skin can be considered the most prone to acne and other skin diseases. It usually occurs due to the excessive activity of oil glands and when pores become inflamed.

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Acne Now, But Never

Acne is a skin condition that occur when hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells. This condition involves the buildup of sebum in the pores of skin. When become trapped it can form facial pimples.

Why Acne?

  • It is obscure exactly why acne erupts for some individuals certain points in their lives, however hormonal activity appears to play a role by causing an increase in sebum production.
  • Pimples are more normal during puberty and adolescence, and women often discover they break out not a long before menstruation.

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