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How to prevent acne outbreaks in winter

Dec 08,2021 | HISEEK PRETTY

The heating in winter is warm, the mood will improve, and the whole person is full of happiness.
However, your skin doesn't accept it anymore...

Everyone's skin barrier function is different. An important observation indicator is the degree of adaptation to the external environment on a freezing day, it is more than 20 degrees below zero outdoors and 20 degrees indoors. The huge temperature difference will make the skin at a loss and easy. Cause acne outbreak

1. Dry

The skin is particularly prone to dryness in winter. If you add the long-term blessing of heating. The skin barrier's ability to hold water decreases and the internal moisture of the skin is more likely to be lost under the stimulation of high temperature. The lack of skin will secrete more oil, resulting in strong oil secretion in the pores, and acne outbreaks.

2. Redness
If you stay in a closed heating environment for a long time, then the color on both sides of the cheeks from pale pink to cherry red, to purplish red, and even aunt red is possible. This situation may subside within a certain period when outdoors. Remember to rule out the possibility of rosacea


3. Eczema
If the temperature is too high, once it turns red or fever, there will be rashes...one by one, and one after another! Under the long-term attack of heating, the blood vessels are dilated, and some skin immune response is added, acne is easy to break out

Therefore, skincare methods that optimize the barrier function must be adopted for acne patients.

Scientific Skin Care "Trilogy"


1. Clean should be gentle, gentle, and then gentle

Patients with acne, blemished skin and rosacea should also wash their faces carefully.
The face wash process can wash away oil, reduce the microbes on the skin surface, and improve inflammation. Clinically, patients with rosacea and acne with obvious inflammation have been treated regularly, and after paying attention to the cleaning procedures, the rashes have improved more significantly. But acne patients are pickier about detergents than normal people.

It is recommended to choose turmeric anti-acne soap, natural herbal anti-inflammatory ingredients, mild and non-irritating, help control oil, purify pores, and condition the skin

2. Moisturizing

The skin of acne patients is generally very sensitive, and epidermal moisture loss is obvious. Using moisturizers can make the skin barrier function more perfect.

The barrier function is further improved, and the tolerability of topical use of some drugs will also increase. For example, when many patients use some medications, they will experience short-term redness or burning. At this time, it is particularly important to use more moisturizing products.

Some patients choose photoelectric treatment to further improve acne in the later stage. At this time, repairing the skin barrier is more important, and moisturizers need to be used all the time.

The facial mask is an intensive care product. Patients with acne can choose a natural turmeric facial mask, which is herbal anti-inflammatory and anti-acne. It can be used 1 to 2 times a week, about 15 minutes each time.


After the facial mask skincare, match the turmeric toner, serum, and cream skincare system to complete the acne routine

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3. Healthy habits are key

Good habits are a dietary aid for acne patients

Here we have an ABC principle, acne patients need to take care of the three.

A: Light diet, less spicy and greasy

B: Eat more vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin C

C: Sleep routine

In short, patients with rose acne have somewhat different levels of psychological anxiety, and their desire to understand the disease more than other skin diseases. Therefore, after a clear diagnosis, more education and communication are needed.

I hope this skincare manual can make them more aware of the long-term care of the skin.

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