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When you ask your­self: How to get rid of acne?

Here is a lit­tle series of posts which cover the most Goo­gled ques­tions on the inter­net. Most of these ques­tions I will not be able to ans­wer here, although I can offer a res­ponse if I hap­pen to have one. The main idea of this series is to have a bit of fun dis­cus­sing why people ask these ques­tions so often.

Wow, what a com­plex ques­tion. I will begin with an extract from a phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal web­site from my region. As you will see, it’s high­ly amusing…

Bad hygiene is never the cause of acne. Its appea­rance is due to other fac­tors like genes and hor­mo­nal changes, such as those which occur around puber­ty. No one is immune when it comes to acne, howe­ver, it is true that a poor hygiene rou­tine, or neglec­ting to take off makeup in the eve­ning, can exa­cer­bate any pre-exis­ting acne. On the other hand, over­zea­lous washing or the use of abra­sive pro­ducts can aggra­vate the skin and increase the num­ber of spots. We should the­re­fore try to find a good balance by fol­lo­wing a heal­thy skin­care rou­tine such as:

  • Washing your face mor­ning and night with a gentle, acne-friend­ly cleanser
  • Remo­ving makeup with a soo­thing clean­ser each eve­ning before bed
  • Using a gentle exfo­lia­tor to help remove eve­ry­day grime and dead skin cells which would other­wise contri­bute to excess sebum being produced
  • Using a non-oil based and non-come­do­ge­nic mois­tu­ri­ser  

I love how a site which asso­ciates itself with phar­ma­cists, insists first­ly that hygiene is a myth and then fur­ther down says otherwise! 

Let’s get one thing straight- high qua­li­ty pro­ducts are a neces­si­ty- so is a nor­mal level of hygiene, and a heal­thy diet. Actual­ly, let me sum­ma­rise my thoughts here. 

Although acne can affect a per­son at any age, it is par­ti­cu­lar­ly present among teens. Ado­les­cence is a time of huge psy­cho­lo­gi­cal and phy­si­cal changes. And bare in mind, many go through this per­iod fee­ling rather alone. This is why the prio­ri­ty during ado­les­cence, in my view, should be to ensure the avai­la­bi­li­ty of the best qua­li­ty pro­ducts for their deve­lop­ment. This is the last major step in the buil­ding of the bodies and most impor­tant­ly the brains, that we will live with for many years to come. Is your teen hun­gry? Let them eat! But encou­rage them to eat high qua­li­ty pro­duce. And if your teen gets acne? Well it’s a part of life for some of us. Let’s edu­cate our chil­dren that, acne or no acne, we will sur­vive. So you have acne? So what?

-Dan­ny

I’m Dan­ny (aka Coa­ch­Dan­ny). I have a pas­sion: humans. Come with me and take this minute eve­ry day to explore what’s going on today and why is it tren­ding. Click here to get your dai­ly thought right on time for break­fast.

Sources: https://solomotivation.com

Trans­la­tion by Hei­di Dew­hirst: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heidi-virginia-dewhirst-142983a4/

Last Upda­ted on Novem­ber 10, 2021 by Coach Dan­ny

Coach Danny

See in me a trustworthy person who will not disappoint you. Although, like you, I have to work to make a living, your well being is my main interest and together we will find goals to make you feel fulfilled and proud of you. It has nothing to do with your bank account, your physical appearance or your material assets. Let’s be clear, we are working on fundamental levers for every human, whether you are a homeless person or part of royalty, you have these same levers. I’m Danny (aka CoachDanny). The people I work with are few, but they all have one thing in common. They share a common goal, self-fulfillment and more.

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