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Skin Care for Adult Acne – Why We Need Special Skin Care Too!
by: Laurel Levine





Teenagers may think they have the market cornered when it comes to problem skin, but there are plenty of grown-ups that need special skin care for adult acne as well. The truth is that anyone can suffer from this skin disease, no matter what their age. It is a little easier for adults to deal wit the presence of blemishes from a psychological standpoint, but not by much.

Nobody wants to walk around with painfully obvious papules, pustules, or nodule on their skin, and most would do almost anything to get rid of them. There is a huge market for anti acne skin care products designed to treat the causes of acne, but you have to know what you are looking for or you can actually aggravate the skin even more. Let’s take a look at the problems that are typically experienced when using acne formulas.

Most antiseptic skin care for adult acne revolves around the use of compounds known to destroy the P acnes bacteria, which causes the inflammation to build up deep within your follicles. What happens is that the sebaceous glands begin to overproduce sebum, which is the skin’s natural oil. The excess sebum combines with dead skin cells to form a blockage at the follicle base.

It is from the site of this blockage that the inflammation begins, and it is from there that the inflammatory lesions begin to form on the skin. An effective anti acne formula must feature ingredients that are capable of controlling sebum production, reducing the inflammation that leads to the development of lesions on the skin, and eliminating the P. acnes bacteria.

Basically, most antiseptic skin care for adult acne is ineffective in preventing excess sebum production, and instead tries to control the amount of oil present by using alcohol and other drying substances. The primary active ingredients meant to reduce inflammation and eliminate the offending P. acnes bacteria can be severely drying. These compounds often lead to skin that is irritated, red, dry, itchy, and flaky.

An anti acne formula doesn’t need to dry your skin in order to control the production of sebum. Natural compounds such as Maracuja passion fruit extract and Jojoba oil regulate sebum production perfectly, and never allow the skin to become excessively dry or oily. Jojoba oil, Shea butter, Babassu wax, and Capuacu butter have been proven to reduce the inflammation that causes your acne lesions to form.

Instead of the topical bactericidal compounds commonly used as skin care for adult acne, you should try a formula that includes the ingredients I just listed, plus one more powerful compound. Active Manuka honey is known as the most powerful antibacterial and antifungal compounds of all the varieties of monofloral honey. This special honey will do an amazing job in destroying Propionibacterium acnes.

You should lean toward safe and effective natural skin care for adult acne, as all natural products will get rid of your acne in about the same amount of time as the widely sold anti acne formulas. Your skin will be blemish free and far healthier in the end by going all natural for your treatment.

To learn more about unique ingredients for healthy skin, and other incredible substances you’ve probably never heard of, visit my website today.

About The Author
Laurel is a long time user and passionate advocate of natural skin care products. Visit her site now to discover cutting edge, anti-aging skin care products she recommends after extensive research: http://www.beautiful-skin-site.com.
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http://www.beautiful-skin-site.com



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