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Translating Skin Problems: What Do They Really Mean?

May 14, 2018

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Even with a great daily skin care routine, your skin can still experience breakouts and irritation. The weather, your diet, and your genes can affect your skin. Learn more about common skin care problems and what do to when you experience them.

Liver or Age Spots

Contrary to their name, these dark brown spots have nothing to do with your liver or your age. Your skin gets dark blotches from sun damage. Target age spots with a product that lightens the skin. Wear sunscreen religiously.

Acne Breakouts

Adult acne is a common skin problem in about 20 percent of the population. It can be caused by excessive oil production, bacteria, or hormones. Use a face wash in the morning and evening to keep face clean and unclog pores. Be gentle when exfoliating. Hyaluronic acid for acne prone skin is a hydrating product that reduces oil production while regenerating skin cells. You may need to see a dermatologist for a prescription topical to fight stubborn acne issues.

Flaky and Itchy Skin

Dry skin is often characterized by itchiness or flakiness. Dry skin lacks oil. Squalane oil or hyaluronic acid are two of the best face serums for dry skin. Use warm water instead of hot water when gently washing your face. Use a moisturizer when your face is moist to trap in needed moisture.

Dehydrated Skin

Although dehydrated skin resembles dry skin, the cause is a lack of water, not oil. Dehydrated skin can look dull and feel tight. You can get dehydrated skin, even if your skin type is oily. Hyaluronic acid for acne is a product that keeps your skin from becoming dehydrated without producing too much oil.

Take Care of Your Skin

Shop for skincare accessories that treat all types of skin problems for people of all ages. Keep your skin looking healthy and wrinkle-free by having a skincare routine that fits your lifestyle.  





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