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Breakouts / Blackheads
Blackheads, also known as comedones, are a common skin problem that occurs when the pores of the skin become clogged and then discoloured. The clogged pores contain sebum, bacteria and dead skin cells. Black dots are harmless, but can be unsightly and cause blemished skin.
Acne scars are a common problem for people with acne. They are usually caused by a clogged pore, which then becomes infected by bacteria. Acne scars can vary in size, shape, color and depth. Some scars go away on their own, but others can be permanent.
Skin redness is a condition where the skin takes on a pink or red color. This condition can be caused by several factors, including allergies, eczema, heat, sunlight, and certain medications. Some forms of skin redness can also be a hypersensitivity reaction.
Hyperpigmentation is a condition in which dark spots can appear on the skin. This can be caused by sun exposure, hormonal changes, certain medications, or even a yeast infection.
Acne is a common skin condition that affects youthful skin. It is usually caused by an excessive production of sebum, which leads to blackheads, pimples and sometimes even abscesses.
Especially with oily skin types. Where the skin produces more sebum. The sebum binds to dead skin cells and thus clogs the pores, making them appear larger. The enlarged pores can lead to blackheads, pimples or other skin problems.
Milia / Milk Spots
A milia is a build-up of keratin that occurs on areas of greater skin tension, such as the cheeks, nose and forehead. It is characterised by small, hard bumps that may protrude above the surface of the skin.
Dull skin is skin that is not bright or shiny and appears dull and tired. This can be caused by factors such as pollution, poor blood circulation, dehydration, ageing and unhealthy lifestyle.
Dehydrated skin is skin that is not sufficiently hydrated and therefore feels dry, tight and sometimes flaky. This can be caused by factors such as cold weather, air conditioning, hot showers, and the use of certain products.