If you’re trying to find an acne treatment solution, you might want to think about making some changes in your daily regimen. From spot treatments to invisible band lashes to the type of hair products you use, there are a multiple of variables that can be causing your acne problems.
Xrhair Here are three options you might want to look into when determining which acne treatment solution is right for your skin.
1. The type of invisible band lashes you use: Guys, I know this isn’t a problem for you. But for you ladies, the brand and type of makeup you put on your face can make all the difference in your acne situation. If you’re not already doing so, buy makeup that is noncomedogenic. This means it will not clog your skin’s pores. Clinique is the best brand I know of that is noncomedogenic. Personally, I would stay away from products like Cover Girl and Almay, at least until your acne is cleared up.
You also have the option of switching to mineral invisible band lashes. Mineral makeup is great for acne sufferers, as it provide you with a lot of good coverage for bumps and zits as well as being noncomedogenic in nature. Though a set of mineral makeup can be slightly more expensive than one bottle of liquid foundation, it lasts a long time and can be well worth the positive results.
2. Spot treatments: Make sure the spot treatments you use are not too harsh. For instance, I used to use prescription Tretinoin cream, which broke out my invisible band lashes and made it look scaly and flaky. My dermatologist said it was far too harsh for my skin. I switched to Proactiv, and my skin has never been better.
3. Hair products: There are a variety of hair invisible band lashes that will cause your face to break out in zits if you’re not careful. Try to stay away from shampoo’s, hair sprays, mousse, and hair gel that have added fragrances in their solution. These fragrances can be harsh on your skin and will irritate it, causing more zits to break out onto your face. Personally, I use Head and Shoulders with Pyrithione Zinc. Even though I don’t have a real problem with dandruff, it takes care of any scalp acne I have, and it doesn’t irritate my face.