Why You Get Acne Part 2
This is part two a continuation of why you get acne part 1. I didn’t want the post to be to long so I decided to continue this post with more ideas as to why you get adult acne. Remember that these are just some commonly known reasons why some get adult acne. These might not be any of the official reasons why you are getting acne. It is always wise and smart to consult with your dermatologist to get the real reason why you have adult acne. I have also written a post on jojoba oil, it has helped some with acne issues. I also kept a diary on did jojoba oil skin care routine help cure my acne. Also check out the review of my La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo Plus review which helped me control my acne and fade my dark spots.
Hormones and PCOS
There are some healthy reason which you might not be aware that you have that might be causing the reason why you have acne. If you think this might be the reason call your doctor and get it checked out to see if you have PCOS or some problems with your hormones. Usually people with PCOS have acne on their chin and jaw area.
Stress can be one of the main reasons why you breakout. Reduce your stress and see what happens.
Lack of sleep
Are you not getting enough sleep? This might be the reason you are breaking out.
You might be over hydrating your skin? This is what I tend to do from time to time. Make sure that you are using the right products for your skin type.
Something’s are just meant to be. It might be in your gene pool, if it is then you need to call your doctor or dermatologist.
This one should be a surprise, should it?! If you don’t control your oils, acne will come along and claim that space! Make sure to wash your face twice a day, in the morning and evening and have the proper skin care routine. Over washing your face can also cause acne.
To sum this up, this is just a small and short list of reasons why you might be breaking out. Make sure that you are drinking the recommended daily amount of water, living a healthy lifestyle, getting enough sleep and doing something to control your stress levels. It’s always a smart idea to consult with your doctor and/or dermatologist if you want to resolve your acne in a safe and fast manner.
Good Luck and hope you kick acne’s butt!