8 THINGS SHOULD BE AVOIDED BY WOMEN WITH OILY SKIN

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8 THINGS SHOULD BE AVOIDED BY WOMEN WITH OILY SKIN

Oily skin may be a scourge for the people who have it. For one thing, it makes a person more susceptible to breakouts when the oils combine with bacteria on the skin to clog pores and hair follicles. 

 

Moreover, women tend to suffer more from the oily skin because they put on pore-clogging cosmetics and because of the hormonal fluctuations that come from taking birth control pills, pregnancy or menopause. It seems everyone subject to oily skin suffers particularly bad bouts of it throughout adolescence.

1. Do not pop pimples

It is very tempting to want to pop an unsightly pimple, especially when it crops up at a really bad time, like just before a party or a night out. Squeezing a pimple only leads to scars and angry red marks.

2. Stay Away From Heat and Humidity

High temperature and humidity are also culprits when it comes to promoting oily skin. They cause people to sweat, and sweating exacerbates oily skin. On top of this, heat and humidity may cause heat rash. This occurs when the sweat glands are closed off because they are trapped in tight clothing or dressings.

Dermatologists recommend people counter the high heat and humidity with a night cleanser that has salicylic acid as an ingredient. It should be apply on at night, before bedtime, because salicylic acid makes the skin more sensitive to the sun.

3. Don’t smoke

Smoking is not for anything connected with the organism; even the exposure of smoke can worsen oily skin. Smoking kills the vitamins, and vitamins are essential for the wellbeing in general.

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