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How to conquer chest acne

Breakouts on the face, chest, and back are a common issue for many people. There are many factors that can cause these breakouts.  Oily skin, clogged pores, diet, and environment are just a few.  There is hope; I know this from personal experience.

Since moving to the south, I deal with occasional bumps on my chest during the hotter months of the year. I have oily skin and my sebum production is affected by the humid weather. Here’s what has worked for me to conquer chest acne.

  1. Keep your skin clean. I wash with one of Sénica’s soap bars.
  1. Try facial steams and heat compresses to keep your pores clear. Oil and dirt can clog the pores which can lead to breakouts.
  1. Go easy on the oils. I tend to skip the oil/moisturizer particularly in the evening to give my skin a chance to balance itself.
  1. Use a moisturizing mist to hydrate the skin. I like rose water because of its cleansing properties. Orange blossom water is another food grade option if you don’t like the smell of roses.
  1. Allow breakouts to heal on their own. Don’t pick the scabs off.
  1. Try the Blemish Balm. It helps with the skin healing process and in reducing hyper pigmentation.

While I still have occasional bumps these tips have helped me improve the appearance of my skin and minimize scarring. I hope they work for you. What tips would you add to the list? Leave your comment below.

If you’re a visual learner, take a look at this image from the Mayo clinic on how acne develops, http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/acne/multimedia/how-acne-develops/img-20007668.

 

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Benardett, Creator of Sénica Products
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