No beauty bummer has raised more collective groans than acne, and within that category, it’s arguable that blackheads are the most difficult to remove among all other blemishes. Worry not, however. There are steps you can take to treat and prevent blackhead breakouts, ranging from top-shelf products to at-home solutions.
Ah, the age-old problem of blemishes – how to treat them, how not to touch them, how to cover them up with makeup, how to prevent them from happening in the first place and keep those suckers at bay for good.
You know your skin is sort of a big deal – it is the biggest organ on your body, after all, and having an out-of-this-world glow can make the difference between feeling beautiful or just so-so.
As though having acne wasn’t bad enough, some of us may have to live with unsightly scars following the conclusion of our pimple-ridden teenage years. Fortunately, you can properly stock your makeup arsenal with products and tricks to help you blast the scars away for good – or at least until you wash your face at night.
While acne is often regarded as a teenage ailment, the skin condition can leave marks that affect many people for years after the blemishes clear up. But before you treat the scarred areas, you should consider your coloring.
While many people think of breakouts as a problem that plagues teenagers, blemishes don’t disappear once you graduate. In fact, according to Allure magazine, acne can once again arise around age 35 due to hormonal changes.
While most gals are prone to the occasional pimple, it seems that breakouts are more common during a woman’s period. According to StyleList.com, many experts recommend switching up your skincare routine during your cycle as the chemistry of your skin changes.
There are few skin imperfections more frustrating than blackheads – they can be unsightly, hard to conceal and painful. Unfortunately, they are also incredibly common. Luckily, the blemishes don’t have to be a headache to treat.
According to MSNBC’s Today, a recent study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology found that teenagers who suffer from acne are up to three times more likely to have thoughts of depression and suicide than those with smooth skin.
While there are a seemingly limitless amount of products available formulated to treat almost every condition under the sun, there are times when you may need a quick fix. Luckily, there are a few standard beauty products that can do double-duty in a last minute emergency.
While women are often told how to eliminate pesky pimples on their faces, it may be harder to find decent tips on eliminating acne on one’s back, or bacne, as it’s more commonly known. Luckily, Allure.com recently gathered some helpful information that may help gals with this skin condition.
While some people think that acne is confined to one’s face, the skin condition can actually wreak havoc on one’s entire body. Bacne, a term used to refer to acne that resides on one’s back, can be especially hard to fight, as the blemishes are located in such a hard-to-reach location.