Personality Skincare

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Acne-Daily Blemish Prone Skin Routine

If you have ever experienced the frustration of dealing with skin spots, it's important to understand what causes them. There are three key factors that contribute to the formation of skin spots: overproduction of sebum by sebaceous glands, blockages in hair follicles, and bacterial colonization. Understanding these triggers can help in identifying potential solutions for treating and preventing skin spots.

Sebaceous glands are responsible for producing sebum, which helps to keep the skin moisturized. However, if the glands produce too much sebum, it can lead to a buildup that can cause skin spots. When hair follicles become blocked with dead skin cells, the excess sebum can't escape and instead accumulates under the skin, leading to raised spots. Bacteria, particularly Propionibacterium acnes, thrive in this environment and can cause further inflammation, leading to red spots and sometimes the formation of pus.

Whether they are papules, pustules, or micro-cysts, all types of skin spots result from these underlying causes, but can vary in severity. By understanding these triggers, individuals can work towards finding the right treatment or preventative measures to keep skin spots at bay.

List of products we recommend you to apply every Morning and Evening (before sleeping) as your skincare routine :