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July 16, 2021
Blemishes are often thought to be the different types and forms of acne that develop on the skin. However, blemishes can also be described as spots, discolorations, marks or any other flaw or imperfection for that matter, that appear on the skin.
Acne can appear as pimples, whiteheads or blackheads. It can leave discolorations and scars in the skin that can also be considered blemishes. Acne develops when the pores become clogged with dead skin cells, excess oil, dirt, make up, toxic materials and where bacteria may begin to thrive.
Hormones, stress, bad skin and health habits, lifestyle, unhealthy diet, medications and the use of bad skincare products may all cause the development of acne.
Unclogging the pores is the key to treating acne. Anything and everything that the pores do not need should be sloughed away to make way for cleaner, healthier and clearer skin.
The following are the various skincare treatments that we can do to exfoliate skin and safely and effectively unclog pores to prevent and treat acne:
OUR PICK: Glycolic Acid 30% Gel Peel. A gentle, yet highly effective at-home treatment. Glycolic is known to be a great treatment for those with sensitive skin. Gentle yet very effective when used properly!
OUR PICKS: YEOUTH Acne Skin System featuring our ultimate acne fighter Salicylic Acid 20% Gel Peel and our YEOUTH Blackheads Buster Bundle that helps boost skin clarity by cleansing away pore-clogging dirt and blemish-causing bacteria while leaving skin healthy and hydrated!
Our YEOUTH Acne Skin System features our ultimate acne fighter Salicylic Acid 20% Gel Peel! This Acne System consists of professionally-curated products infused with potent ingredients that specially targets acne and blemishes to give you a clearer and glowing complexion. Expect an acne-free and yeouthfully glowing complexion with the help of these 7 products!
OUR PICK: YEOUTH Retinol Serum with Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin E and Aloe Vera
OUR PICK: Dead Sea Mud Mask with Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe, Colloidal Oatmeal and Avocado Oil
Hyperpigmentation occurs with the development of dark patches under the skin surface. It is a common skin condition brought about by the over production of melanin in the skin resulting in uneven skin tone and dark patches.
Melanin is a pigment that protects the skin. This pigment works to darken the skin to protect it from damage caused by ultraviolet rays. It may give a great base tan for sun lovers, but it can also produce unwanted dark spots and patches that vary in sizes and may lead to skin cancer!
Aside from sun exposure, hyperpigmentation is also caused by other various factors such as hormones, age, skin type, acne scars, genes and pollution. Hyperpigmentation comes in the form of age spots, melasma and even freckles.
AGE SPOTS / LIVER SPOTS
Age spots are also known as liver spots, sunspots or solar lentigines. These small and brown pigment spots are the most common types of hyperpigmentation or skin discoloration. Age spots come naturally with age, especially in adults 50 years old and above. However, younger people can also have them if they are constantly exposed to the sun and to pollutants present in the air and atmosphere.
These spots are generally caused by sun damage which is why they are visible in areas of the skin and body that are always exposed to the sun like the face, shoulders, chest area and the back of the hands.
Melasma is light to dark brown benign patches that develop in the skin. They are also more visible in the face and chest area. Melasma may be caused by genes, hormonal changes that can trigger the overproduction of melanin and result in skin darkening, and sun damage from overexposure to UV rays.
According to recent studies, pollution is also found to produce melasma. It was discovered that the occurrence of melasma has increased in polluted countries like China, India and the United States.
Melasma is significantly more common during pregnancy, and with birth control use when there are various hormonal imbalances that occur.
Freckles are tan colored or brown spots that usually develop in clusters on our skin. They are flat and are harmless pigmentations common in the face, chest area and on the arms. Freckles may be genetic in nature but are triggered and generally caused by sun overexposure. These also develop in people who have light colored skin because of the melanin type they produce.
OUR PICK: Vitamin C&E Serum with Hyaluronic Acid
Our YEOUTH Vitamin C&E Serum with Hyaluronic Acid promises to enhance the appearance of skin tone while quenching dry, thirsty skin! The medical grade Vitamin C will surely brighten and help fade the appearance of hyperpigmentation and dark spots to achieve a radiant and Yeouthful glow! Vitamin E helps protect the skin from future damage and Hyaluronic Acid deeply penetrates the skin to restore hydration and suppleness.
Birthmarks are skin conditions or abnormalities that are present since birth. They are harmless and differ in shapes, sizes, appearance and colors. While some birthmarks last for a lifetime like moles, other birthmarks like hemangiomas may fade overtime.
Vascular birthmarks are those that are made up of blood vessels that have not formed correctly. These birthmarks can be treated with laser surgery.
Pigmented birthmarks, on the other hand, are made up of clusters of pigment cells which cause color in skin.
Birthmarks don’t seem to need treatments because they are harmless. They can even be considered your unique feature that sets you apart from others!
Scars in the skin occur and appear when the dermis is damaged. Wounds and popped acne or pimples can cause scarring. Scars heal naturally or with topical treatments. Some abrasive and surgical treatments can also cover up scars.
5. BLEMISHES CAUSED BY UNDERLYING MEDICAL CONDITIONS
These skin blemishes are best treated medically. To determine the factors and proper treatments of blemishes that may be related to underlying medical conditions, consult a doctor and or dermatological expert. It is also important to seek medical advice to make sure that your blemishes are not skin cancer.
The following are the simple remedies we can all do to help treat our skin blemishes:
Vitamin C Facial Cleanser with Aloe Vera, Green Tea and Seaweed ( $18.95 )
Our YEOUTH Vitamin C Facial Cleanser is a gentle cleanser to remove skin impurities and rid the pores of excess oil. It will definitely help reveal a cleaner and brighter skin tone without stripping the skin’s moisture level. It will minimize and lighten the appearance of dark spots, blemishes and discoloration to help you achieve a Yeouthful, radiant glow!
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