So what really causes acne?
There is no easy quick answer to this because there are multiple different causes or factors that contribute to acne. The truth is we don't really know the exact cause, but researchers suggest based on some of the recent evidence that these could be the cause of acne:
- Diet : High processed sugars and High process carbohydrates do lead to a pro-inflammatory state that likely exacerbate acne.
- Oil Production/Hormone: Where your hormone increases oil production more than normal and increased skin cell stickiness that blocks your pores.
- Bacteria overgrowth: It's when bacteria's on your skin blocking of your pores.
- Inflammation: There are so many different things from, immune cells coming in to secreting, these little, signaling proteins that tell other immune cells to come in and attack this bacteria and so you get tons of inflammation that builds up around this bacterial proliferation so we have our oil production which leads to obstruction, and the obstruction leads to bacterial overgrowth bacterial overgrowth leads to inflammation.
So these could prevent acne:
- By decreasing oil production by taking medications.
- Salicylic acid can penetrate your pores and try to help get rid of some of that oil.
- Wash your face daily at least 2 times a day in order to keep face clean and clear pores. And with the technology advancing, keeping your face clean made easier for you.
- Benzoyl Peroxide
- Moisturizer: How does a moisturizer help keep your skin clear? Well, if your skin is excessively dry, it may try to compensate for the dryness by overproducing oil. The result? Breakouts.
Therefore using Facial Steamer Moisturizing Cleaning Pores, give your skin the moisturized surface that it needs.
- Get plenty of sleep: Study found that lack of sleep causes body to produce inflammatory compounds which results in breakouts.
When it comes to clear skin, pay attention to what you put on your face — like cleansers, moisturizers, and your diet — and what you don’t — like unwanted bacteria from your fingers or dirty brushes and sponges.
Focusing on certain lifestyle factors, like quality sleep, a healthy diet, and stress management, can make a difference to your skin, too.