How to deal with winter acne breakouts

The major cause of acne in the winter is a decrease in water consumption.
The major cause of acne in the winter is a decrease in water consumption.
By Dr Karuna Malhotra and Dr. Anubha Singh

As we all know, acne is caused by blocked pores filled with oil, bacteria, dead skin cells, and debris. A pimple or blemish can occur anywhere on your body when this happens, but the face, shoulders, back, neck, chest, and upper arms are the most prevalent areas. If this condition affects your skin on a regular basis, you may have acne.

According to Dr. Anubha Singh, knowing that acne is a result of PCOS (poly cystic ovarian syndrome) is sometimes extremely significant. PCOS is caused by a hormonal imbalance. Simply put, the disorder causes a rise in your levels of "male hormones," such as testosterone. These hormones cause the sebaceous gland to generate more oil than is necessary, clogging pores and creating the ideal condition for acne outbreaks.

Acne is caused by oil, bacteria, dead skin cells, and debris clogging the pores, as we all know. A pimple or blemish can occur anywhere on your body when this happens, but the face, shoulders, back, neck, chest, and upper arms are the most prevalent areas. If this condition affects your skin on a regular basis, you may have acne. Acne is the most common skin condition, and it may be brutally painful, especially if it is severe. It can also cause emotional distress.

The major cause of acne in the winter is a decrease in water consumption.Cary Orthopaedics/wikipedia

Keep yourself hydrated.

As a result, the major cause of acne in the winter is a decrease in water consumption. Because of the chilly winter weather, our skin becomes dry. Please be sure you drink enough of water to stay hydrated and healthy. Maintain a clean face.

The one thing you must remember is to use a facial cleanser that hydrates rather than dehydrates your skin. The pollen in the wet winter air may easily clog your pores. Face hygiene necessitates cleaning and exfoliation.

Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize, Moist

Yes, we cannot stress enough the importance of keeping your skin moisturised during the cold months. The use of an oil-based moisturiser is a typical blunder made by most women. If you have oily skin, a water-based moisturiser or a face gel is preferable. However, just because you have oily skin doesn't mean you can avoid moisturising. Facials or face treatments that deeply nourish your skin are also recommended. Fruit pouches.

Exfoliation should be limited.

Of course, you should exfoliate your skin in the winter as well, but too much exfoliation can deplete your skin's vital oils and cause it to become dry. Winter breakouts can be caused by excessive dryness.

Rejuvenate and exercise

You can't skip your morning ritual just because it's cold outside. It may appear like getting up and going for a walk in the cold is a major effort, but so what? You may work out in the comfort of your own home. You might be able to perform yoga or dancing. However, sitting inside all day isn't recommended because breathing in the fresh morning air will renew your skin and keep winter breakouts at bay. (IANS/PR)

(Keywords: Skin CAre, Rejuvenate, Winters, Acne, PCOS, PCOD)

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