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Acne sometimes pops up when you least expect it.
Don't worry: Blemishes, pimples, blackheads, and clogged pores are absolutely treatable.
You can have clear skin.
It's important to understand what causes this annoying and embarrassing condition so you can select the best natural skincare for acne.
Acne develops when hair follicles get blocked by debris on the surface of your skin like keratin and sebum. This debris builds up around the follicle and creates a dome. You're probably familiar with this dome as blackheads or whiteheads.
Several factors and conditions can contribute to the problem. Let's look at some of the most common causes of acne.
For many people, conventional treatment options like salicylic acid, Accutane, and many others can aggravate the skin and make acne worse.
The problem with these treatments is the same thing that makes them work: They're harsh. Although they may help many people with acne, they also:
As you can see, natural skincare for acne can help you avoid damaging your skin, stop triggering flareups, and deeply nourish the skin.
Transitioning to natural skincare products is an excellent decision to make for your health. Here are a few things you should keep in mind before you rush out and buy a bunch of new products.
Conventional skincare products usually have very direct labels persuading you to buy. They directly say "for dry skin," "for oily skin," "for acne," or "for anti-aging."
Natural skincare products often don't contain these same labels. Instead, they tend to highlight the key ingredients inside the bottle. As a result, it's important to understand what your skin needs.
Carrot seed oil is great for dry skin while jojoba or manuka oil help fight bacteria.
Your skin absorbs everything you put onto it. So, what are you feeding your skin?
Natural skincare products are made from plant-based ingredients which often contain essential vitamins and minerals like vitamin A (retinol), vitamin C, copper, and omega fatty acids.
Nature provides plenty of antibacterial compounds which help clear acne while nourishing your skin.
Look for ingredients like
It's important to remember that the word "natural" often doesn't mean anything. Companies will slap this word onto products that aren't actually made from natural ingredients.
Likewise, if a product doesn't contain an "organic" or "non-GMO" certification, it doesn't necessarily mean the product isn't organic or non-GMO. Brands need to pay fees and go through inspection processes to use official certification labels. Instead, read ingredients.
Although toxins in conventional skincare products often trigger allergic reactions, natural products are not immune. If you have specific food allergies, read the ingredients.
Many natural ingredients are unique to skincare – you probably wouldn't eat them at any point. As a result, you may not realize you have an allergy to certain substances until you try it via natural skincare for acne products.
Oil nourishes and cleanses the skin. Not all oils will make your skin oily or clog pores. Oils like jojoba, carrot seed, castor seed, and essential oils are vital for skin health.
You can mix all these ingredients and experiment with quantities yourself, or you can try some of OTC products that contain them.
ManukaRx have products to help cleanse the skin and prevent acne that are formulated using the best natural ingredients - have a look