Reasons for Acne – Understand the Location and Your HealthπŸ“πŸ”


If you are not able to figure out reasons for acne on your face & body. It may indicate different health issues. Let’s understand and try to solve them:

Face Acne – Stress, Hormones, and Lifestyle 🌟😣

Acne Face Map
Courtesy: Stylecraze, Healthline

Reasons for Acne on Left & Right Cheek – If you are experiencing continuous acne on our cheeks, it may be the time to look for everyday things you use – It might be your Dirty Pillow Case, Makeup brushes & Cellphones. Yes, Cellphones too should be cleaned once a while and wash your pillow case every week. 😊🚭

Forehead & Nose Acne (T-Zone) – There are a lot of factors that contribute to Forehead and Nose Acne. This happens mostly in teenage years due to excess Oil Production, Improper Digestion, Stress, Irregular Sleep, Poor Diet, Hair conditions (Dandruff or other chemicals in Hair products) & Touching with Unclean Hands. If it is happening continuously later in life too, you may consider noticing Blood Pressure & Gallbladder issues. However, this is not a sure thing.Β  β›‘οΈπŸ½οΈ

Jawline, around the mouth & chin – Reasons for acne around the mouth is mostly due to Hormonal Imbalance & Improper Diet. If you have PCOD or PCOD or irregular periods somehow, this might be the major reason for your acne. Note that this will not treat with products, you should consider meeting a gynae. 🧬πŸŒͺ️

Ears – This happens once a while but if it is happening for regularly, try ticking off these issues – Stress, Bacteria Build up, Hormonal imbalances, Allergic reactions to cosmetics and hair care products

Reasons for Acne on the body:

Chest Acne πŸ’¦ & Butt Acne πŸ‘πŸ‘– – Clothing and Sweat

Acne on the chest & Butts can be caused by tight clothing, sweat, and friction. Ensure you wear breathable and non-irritant fabrics, maintain proper hygiene and shower after workouts to prevent breakouts.

Back Acne – Hair Products and Sweat πŸšΏπŸ§–β€β™‚οΈ

Back acne can be related to hair products, sweat, and friction from clothing. Use non-comedogenic hair products and shower after exercise to keep your skin clean.

Β Shoulder Acne – Fabric Irritants and Sunscreen πŸŒžπŸ‘•

Acne on the shoulders can be linked to fabric irritants, sunscreen, and sweat. Choose gentle, non-comedogenic products and wear breathable clothing.

Arm Acne – Keratosis Pilaris and Sweat 🦡🚴

Acne on the arms can be due to a common condition called keratosis pilaris or caused by sweat and friction. Gently exfoliate and moisturize your arms to improve skin texture.

Listen to Your Skin and Treat Acne 🌸🌟

Did you know gut health also plays a major role in treating your Acne. Read here.

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