• What’s causing your breakouts? + Don’ts and Do’s

    What’s causing your breakouts? 
+ Don’ts and Do’s
    What’s causing your breakouts? 
+ Don’ts and Do’s
    What’s causing your breakouts? 
+ Don’ts and Do’s

    What’s causing your breakouts? 
+ Don’ts and Do’s
    What’s causing your breakouts? 
+ Don’ts and Do’s

    Breakouts are one of the very common problems that teens/adolescents experience. They say that this is part of puberty and genes. That is true, but sometimes the most contributing factors that causes us to breakout is our self! Acne Mapping is an ancient Chinese and ayurvedic techniques that may help you in determining what causes your reoccurring pimple.

    Acne’s on Cheeks

    This can be the most come spot where this stubborn acne harbors. Maybe because we have this common reoccurring habit that is placing our cellphones near our face without wiping them, wearing mask all day, uncontrolled touching in our face and exposure to dirt such as pollution. If you have this problem I suggest that you invest in a silk bedding and to frequently wash or change them, be gentle when shaving (specially to those who are always dermaplaning at home) and always remember to wash your face properly!

    Acne’s on Jawline

    This is a rare occasion but if you have acnes on this part you maybe experiencing hormonal fluctuations/imbalance, are using harsh beauty products or with PCOS. The right thing to do when you have this problem is to ensure that all beauty products are non-comedogenic and you should always wash your face before bedtime (but please be gentle!) and lastly have a healthy balanced diet and lifestyle.

    Acne’s on Chin

    These are caused by friction, and overstimulated oil glands that clogs our pores. It is better to wash your face with beauty products that unclogs pores while pairing it with a lukewarm water to open this pores. You should also lessen your sugar consumption and dairy but add probiotics and invest in an anti-acne mask.

    Acne’s on Hairline and T-zone

    Acne’s on hairline and forehead are usually the problems of those people with bangs, this is due to the accumulated dirt and oil on our hair that has a direct contact on our skin. Oily skin are prone to acnes on this part so it is better to invest in skincare that are sebum free and that are specifically made for your skin type. Don’t forget to have a good night sleep, sometimes lack of sleep is the culprit of this acne.