Acne still troubles you?
Acne in adult women is a complaint that has been increasing in the doctor's office in recent years. It may be the same as in teenage years and continue to torment in the mature phase or just come up with no antecedents.
It usually arises from the age of 25, settles in the jaw, neck and also the forehead, closer to the hair. The main features of the lesions can be quite deep forming small red nodules and pustules.
The problem is usually due to hormonal changes and polycystic ovaries. Just like the incorrect use of cosmetics, poor diet and stress, can be decisive factors for the occurrence of acne.
Treatments and Tips for Acne
From the moment that the appearance of acne is detected, one should seek a specialist to know the true cause and initiate appropriate treatment. The fight against acne should be carried out in a regular and serious manner. One of the alternatives is the use of the contraceptive pill, which acts against the male hormone or through hormone receptor blockers, preventing hormonal action on the skin. Other complementary options are: Photodynamic Therapy, peeling, topical or oral medications.
Always try to use the right products for your skin type. Avoid sleeping with makeup. Practice physical exercise, they balance the production of all the hormones in your body. Clean the face properly up to three times a day, as it can stimulate skin oil more than this.
Flaccidity is one great concern. This fear arises because we have a life expectancy increasing, but no one wants to appear very old. Our appearance works like our business card. Flaccidity is not specific to women, although it is more common to have sex because of hormonal factors. However, due to the large and growing number of people with obesity and overweight - including among adolescents - this disease becomes more and more common.
Food with colorant - coffee, tea and cola drinks, fruit juices (mainly grapes, red wine, soy sauce and curry, sauces of tomato, beet, etc. Tobacco - It releases nicotine that causes yellowing and brown spots on the teeth Aging of the enamel - also contributes to the yellowing of the teeth Enamel, the outermost and hardest layer of the teeth is suffering from wear and tear, and becomes thinner and this causes the dentin, the innermost and yellowish layer, to show itself more.