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When a new day comes, a new pimple is born. What could be the daily habits that cause these facial dangers?

Main causes
  • Clogged follicles
  • Bacteria
  • Excessive oil production
  • Excessive Hormonal Activity
Factors that worsen acne
  • Medicine
  • Stress
  • Diet
  • Genetics
Lifestyle Causes

Your everyday activity, as well as the products that you use, can contribute to acne breakouts. Here is the list:

Travelling – Shift in humidity makes the skin produces more amount of oil that contains bacteria.

Toothpaste – Flouride can result in a rash like that of acne also known as perioral dermatitis

Pillowcase – A mixture of oil, dirt, bacteria and dead skin cells can cause clogging of your pores.

Routine after exercise – Not cleansing your skin post-exercise can enclose oil and dirt on the skin.

Cell phone Bacteria – Bacteria can be built on your phone’s screen as you type, and then get transferred on your face through phone calls.

Picking your pimple – Picking can push some bacteria deeper into the skin.

Hair products – Oil-based hair products can cause clogging of your pores.

Makeup brushes – Not cleaning your brushes regularly will attract dust and residues, which will block your pores when you reuse them.

Sunscreen – Ingredients in sunscreen like shea butter and silicone can also clog your pores.

Spectacles – They cause pressure, friction, and heat to the oil glands that cause excessive oil production.

Skincare switching – Every product does not have the same volume of oil content, which is why multiple usages can cause breakouts.

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