2006-05-02T06:29:18.750-04:00During adolescence most people likely dealt with one form of acne or another, and one of the most common forms that plagues most are blackheads. Keeping blackheads at a minimum can seem difficult, but it is possible to treat the pesky spots with much success. Blackheads are almost impossible to prevent because of the ability of skin to constantly produce oil and regenerate skin cells rapidly.
2006-04-27T22:00:47.943-04:00Most teenage women face the unique challenge of applying makeup when pimples are prominent. There is a system to it that most women can follow that works quite well. The first step is to gently wash the face with cold water and soap. Then dab the face dry, carefully. After the face is dry, apply an astringent, which should be a part of every woman’s beauty supplies. Almost any drugstore will
2006-04-17T20:55:20.810-04:00Many people think they know what causes acne, the inflammation of skin pores that results in problems such as blackheads, whiteheads or pimples, primarily in teenagers. There are a lot of misconceptions about acne though. Officially common acne is known as acne vulgaris. And in explaining it, the answer becomes bit complicated. Acne is an inflamed disease of the skin, and it has many causes,
2006-04-12T12:49:49.710-04:00Scientific knowledge about acne is gradually clearing up some of the misconceptions surrounding this condition, but there are many myths that persist. Here are some common acne myths. Myth #1 - Acne is caused by poor hygiene. This belief may have arisen because of the skin infections associated with acne. However, lack of cleanliness is not the reason for outbreaks of acne. The mixture of sebum
2006-04-10T23:48:01.993-04:00Acne is a common skin condition which most often appears during the teenage years. Commonly known as pimples, acne usually appears on the face but can also happen on other parts of the body such as the back, the shoulders, neck and chest. Even though most teenagers experience acne at some point, it is a condition which can also affect adults. Acne is universal -- it affects males and females