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Acne is a common skin disorder that can result in several types of blemish. Some include pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads. There are many ways to prevent acne.

Main Causes of Acne:

  1. Clog pore – when skin producing high amount of oil
  2. Building up of dead skin cells
  3. Presence of bacteria in the pores
  4. Inflammation of the skin which also leads to redness

How to prevent Acne?

  • Wash your face daily

Washing face regularly twice a day can make you big difference in your face, which helps to remove the dust and excess oil on your face that leads to get a healthy, fresh skin

Using face wash to wash your face daily will give you better results.

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Refrain from harsh scrubbing

Some people will scrub their skin with rough clothes or pads, this can irritate your skin which causes inflammation.

Treatment for Acne

Treatment for acne generally depends on its severity, there are 3 kinds of acne

  1. Mild

You can use medicated creams, cleansers and spot treatments to help address pimples as they pop up

  1. Moderate

A dermatologist or other healthcare professional can prescribe medications that may help reduce your symptoms and prevent scarring.

  1. Severe

For severe acne, a dermatologist may recommend treatment

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 “Invest in your skin. It is going to represent you for a very long time.” — Linden Tyler

Acne can be tough, but plenty of effective treatments can help ease breakouts and heal your skin. If you continue to experience painful or persistent breakouts, a dermatologist can offer support with creating a treatment plan that works for your skin and reduces scarring.

While acne doesn’t pose a serious risk to your overall health, it can still be painful, particularly if you have severe acne.

There’s no denying that acne can contribute to emotional distress. Acne and acne scars on your face and other visible body locations can affect self-esteem and self-confidence, and they can even contribute to feelings of anxiety or depression.

If you live with acne, know that it’s a common condition.

Keep in mind, that acne is very treatable. A number of effective treatments exist, so you have options for reducing the number of pimples you get and minimizing your chances of scarring.