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					Real beauty secrets start by having a smooth, clear, complexion. The number one
cause of a problem complexion is acne. Acne cause, remedy, and cure - so what is
acne? Acne is defined as whiteheads, blackheads, and pimples. Some great articles on
acne skin care are listed below.

A major cause of acne is that a skin pore gets clogged beneath the skin with excess oil
causing bacteria and the dreaded acne raises its ugly head. Acne starts with teenagers
who get the type of acne that can show up on the face, neck, shoulders, back, and
chest.

When the skin pore gets clogged, whiteheads occur and bulge out. If a pore gets
clogged but stays open, the top may darken causing a blackhead. Pimples typically are
caused when dead skin and bacteria work their way under your skin. This leads to a
small infection that makes he skin reddened.

Although everyone is different, as stated acne is usually caused by the build-up of oil
and dead skin in a skin pore. A build-up of oil and dead skin occurs because of
over-production of natural hormones, plugged skin, or family background.

A major cause of oil and dead skin build-up, is skin cells can close the oil glands or
pores, creating white or blackheads as defined above, which allow bacteria to form
and easily infect oil glands and pores and grow very fast.

Beauty Secret #1 - Keep a diary to verify if you are one of the few people whose acne
gets worse if they eat certain foods.

Beauty Secret #2 - Change your washcloth every day because bacteria grow on damp
cloth and may easily infect open pores.

Beauty Secret #3 - Always, always, always use only a gentle face soap, washing twice
daily and rinsing with plenty of water.

Beauty Secret #4 - Only wear makeup on special occasions and be absolutely sure to
remove it completely.

If severe acne is in play and the above beauty secrets are not totally effective,
antibacterial creams, particularly those with benzoyl peroxide kill certain bacteria that
cause inflammation.

Unfortunately, there can be some side-effects with the use of benzoyl peroxide
including hypersensitivity, irritation, and contact dermatitis - although side effects of
benzoyl peroxide are very rare. Do remember to always keep benzoyl peroxide away
from clothing because it has a bleaching effect.
Remember, for acne skin care try the beauty secrets we've suggested here, avoid
greasy foods at all costs, and cleanse the face twice daily and rinse, rinse, rinse.

				
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