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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Doing This In The Shower Can Cause Adult Acne

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If you think only teenagers get acne, you would be wrong. Between 40 and 55 percent of the adult population age 20-40 are diagnosed with acne, according to the Journal of American Academy of Dermatology. It is generally a condition that affects younger people anywhere from age 12-24, but it can occur among older adults, too. There may be a reason.

Are you doing these 3 things in the shower?

#1 Are you washing your face in the shower? - Even though you are using soap, bacteria can spread, especially if you are washing you face last. It is best to wash your face first with a clean washcloth, or even use a separate washcloth and towel, for your face. Use clean linen each time to prevent bacteria from spreading.

#2 Are you using the same soap in the shower on your face? - Sensitive skin, often subject to acne, needs sensitive treatment. Most bath soaps contain fragrances that can irritate acne skin, so make sure you use a cleanser that is chemical free and fragrance free.

#3 Are you taking hot showers? - This is another culprit for acne. The best temperature for acne skin is warm. Also, if you have hard water, buy a filter for your shower head. Hard water can irritate acne.

Read more by visiting www.wellnesspursuits.com/3-shower-habits-that-cause-adult-acne/
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