As a teenager (mostly), you might be dealing with a tough time to cure your acnes. Well first let’s clear out what an acne is.
What is an acne?
An acne is a red spots and pores on the skin that swells up due to accumulation of excess oils and dirt.
So what is actually hormonal acne?
Acne can have many causes. Starting from improper food consumption, to unsual egestion timings to hormonal imbalance. So basically these hormonal imbalances in women make it difficult to keep your skin acne free and clear.
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When does hormonal imbalance occur mostly?
Hormonal imbalance occurs mostly during certain stages of a woman’s lives, like puberty, pregnancy, and menopause too. During these stages, the skin condition becomes prone to acne.
I spotted acne on my skin. What to do now?
Well initially, before rushing to the doctor, ensure to apply lots of powder on that area, keep it as dry as possible and away from oils. Don’t irritate or touch it. If symptoms still persist, it is always recommended to see a dermatologist at the earliest!
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