- Dirty pillowcases can lead to acne
- Avoid eating too much sugar to prevent acne
- Avoid touching your face occasionally to prevent breakouts
Acne is one of the most common skin problems that plagues many people, and most people are always looking for solutions. Dermatologist Geetika Mittal Gupta shared a list of 5 factors that can leave you with undetected acne trouble. There is no one specific cause of acne and people experience it due to different reasons and triggers. Five dermatologist-listed causes related to food and hygiene can increase your acne. Sharing the list on Instagram, Dr Geetika asked: “Are you guilty of making these acne-causing mistakes?”
Skincare Tip: Know the Possible Causes of Acne
1. Dirty pillowcases
Your pillowcase can accumulate oil, dirt, and pollutants from your surroundings. This dirt and oil can come into contact with your skin and lead to acne breakouts. So wash your pillowcases regularly and change them whenever necessary for healthy skin.
2. Dirty makeup brush
Makeup brushes can also accumulate dirt particles and even bacteria. Therefore, clean your makeup brushes regularly. Also, replace them every few months.
3. Food allergy
Cal food allergies also lead to acne. If you have a food intolerance, consuming that food can lead to acne or other side effects.
4. Foods high in sugar
Too much sugar is bad for your health in many ways. It can also cause acne. Eating a lot of sugar can also lead to weight gain, which increases the risk of certain diseases.
5. Touch your face with dirty hands
You should always touch your face with clean hands. Dirty hands can transfer germs from hands to face. So avoid touching your face often and always wash your hands before applying any skin care products.
While pillowcases, makeup brushes and unclean hands all cause contact breakouts, the effects of food on our skin are well documented by doctors.
Recently, Dr Geetika also revealed the appropriate order to apply day and night skin care products. “A basic skin care routine would have cleansers, serums or targeted treatments, moisturizers and sunscreens during the day, and oils at night. Seek help from your doctor. dermatologist to understand your skin’s needs and concerns Remember that less is more and always keep Remember that no two skin types are alike, so what works for me may not be right for you. suits you,” she said. Read about it here.
With skin care, it’s important to remember that what you consume in your diet plays an important role in your overall health and skin.
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