Facial skin problems are a necessity that often makes inconvenience in everyday relationships. Non-confidence in association can occur in a woman because of this problem. Here, we will briefly discuss acne and wrinkles skin care.
Hormonal Acne – What It Is and How to Treat It
Inside the pore or hair follicle is a gland called a sebum gland, that is stimulated by androgen hormones to produce oil. The job of the oil is to keep the hair in the follicle soft so it doesn’t break. The oil that finds its way onto the skin keeps our skin soft and pH balanced. Acne occurs due to improper skin care and/or hormonal imbalances.
Acne is a skin disorder that attacks people of all ages and sadly enough, is very common today. Years ago acne was a right of passage for teens and was mostly over looked as something that “you would just grow out of.” We know now that it can be a sign of hormonal imbalances.
It is not surprising that Acne is the number one skin care complaint. What most people don’t know is that a busy life style supported by caffeine, sugar and quick meals tax our bodies. The chronic physical and emotional stress causes imbalances in our hormones. The result is too much oil production and break outs. Our bodies are trying to tell us something, listen!
Hormones are chemical messengers in the body. It is true that we go through natural hormonal changes at onset of …Read More