The causes of acne can be complex, ranging from hormonal imbalance to poor nutrition to poor skin care.
From the point of view of skin care, the answer is simple: keep the skin as clean as possible, free of bacteria, excess sebum (oil) and dead skin cells that would otherwise clog pores, infection the cause and lead to outbreaks
Acne is not caused by impure skin. But keep the skin clean is an important part of its control; however, we think a little more than just washing. Exfoliation is the next step.
Exfoliation simply means removing the surface layer (epidermis) of the skin to expose new cells formed in the lower dermis. This action results in excretion of unblocking pores and imperfections removed.
Exfoliation (or micro-dermabrasion) with a microfiber cloth peel is not only a safe and very effective suppression of excess oil, dirt and dead skin cells, there are also other benefits such as reducing scarring and increasing the production of collagen (main protein of connective tissue).
Micro-dermabrasion peel cloths are composed of ultrafine microfibers. Tiny fibers woven together to form a single cloth microscopic shaped as filaments. Each filament has a core of nylon micro acting to lift and trap the oil, dirt and debris, as a holding magnet away from the surface of the skin. The result is exceptionally clean skin.
It is important to note that not all microfibers are suitable for use on the skin. Some have been developed for the domestic market. Be sure to use only cosmetic grade microfiber (80% polyester, 20% polyamide) was tested for dermatological and is safe for use on sensitive skin.
These unique fibers are very fine, each fiber no thicker than one hundredth the width of a human hair, with fibers finer than silk | the results are quite surprising.
Peel micro chiffons are not a daily treatment, even if the results are immediately visible. The trick is not to overdo it. It is a process, and the recommended treatment is 1-3 minutes every 7 to 10 days, depending on the sensitivity of the skin.
As already mentioned, although perhaps not at the root of acne bacteria and clogged pores is a primary cause of concern. Processes discussed here to ensure that we do not promote an environment in which bacteria can thrive.
Micro-dermabrasion peel cloths with deep cleansing exfoliating properties to provide a perfect means to keep pores clear of germs | but why stop there?
If bacteria are the enemy, then a natural product with powerful antibacterial properties could be just what is needed
Honey: are you aware of its amazing healing properties?
Honey has antibacterial properties antibiotics and exceptional, in fact most of the micro-organisms cannot exist in it. It is a real kryptonite for bacteria!
Honey has many supporters and is now even towed in the fight against MRSA. But it is not a new story. This miracle of nature served as a treatment for wounds and skin diseases for over 2000 years. The ancient Egyptians had over 500 uses for the healing of honey, and today home treatment cheap just waiting for you to discover!
Many types of honey and honey products honey available, gross considered the best in terms of content and antibacterial honeys gross undoubtedly the most interesting from our point of view is MANUKA.
Manuka honey as the name suggests is made from the flowers of Manuka bush (from New Zealand) and was prepared to contain a very high degree of therapeutic properties outside of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), common to all honey.
Manuka Honey seems to contain an antimicrobial agent further healing, called UMF (Unique Manuka Factor) It proved effective against all infectious organisms and is the recommended form to use.
As you can see the topical use of honey helps to maintain a positive environment of the skin and is an ideal partner for your home micro-dermabrasion treatment.
Here are some simple recipes for you to try | Remembering that although nothing is guaranteed to work for everyone in all cases, honey is completely natural and safe and therefore well worth a try. (If you cannot get Manuka honey then simply use available) | You may be pleasantly surprised by the simple substance sitting on the kitchen shelf you!
Raw honey mask
Open the cover. Enter a spoonful and smears on! Leave on your skin for 20-30 minutes and rinse with warm water. This mask can be used directly after the treatment of micro peel tissue.
Honey and cinnamon mask
Mix 3 tbsp. tablespoons of honey and 1 tablespoon of cinnamon powder until you have a paste. Apply a spot treatment and leave on overnight. Repeat daily for two weeks.
Honey yogurt and oatmeal mask
Mix 1 tablespoon of natural yogurt with 2 tbsp of honey and 1 tablespoon of oats. Apply to skin and allow it drying.
Apple and honey mask
Blend oil 1 table with 3 tablespoons of Manuka honey in a blender until you have a smooth paste. Apply to your skin and leave for 20 minutes. (Refrigerate remainder and use within 3 days).
Mask of honey, egg and glycerin firming. Wisk together 1 egg white 1 tsp. tablespoons of honey and 1 tea spoon of glycerin (available at any chemist). Add enough flour to make a paste plain. Apply to leave for 10-15 minutes on the skin.
Treatment of both parties
1. Mix together ½ c. tablespoons of honey, 2 sprinkles of salt and oregano leaves add 1 capful of vinegar and ½ finger of toothpaste. Gently massage this mixture washed clean skin and leave or 20-30 minutes. 2. Remove with warm water and after 10 minutes apply toothpaste to plain areas affected acne and leave on overnight.
Honey and almonds cleansing mask
Mix 1 tsp. tablespoons of almond oil with 2 Tbsp. tablespoons of honey. If you have oily skin, add a few drops of lemon juice (start with just a few drops) apply to clean skin and leave for 30 minutes.