TEENAGE SKIN

oily - congested - hormonal - breakouts - redness & inflammation

It’s a fact that most teenagers will experience clogged pores, acne and breakouts at some point during their teen years. Despite being busy with school, their social life and sports, it’s very important for them to make time to pay attention to their skin and to realise the importance of good skin care.

As hormones start to take effect on the body propelling youngsters into their pubescent years, their skin will experience several changes. Sebaceous glands will start to over produce oil leading to a high shine on the skins surface, along with comedones and congestion.

 

The occasional breakout can appear leading to some nightmare moments, with some teens prone to full bouts of pus filled inflamed blemishes. The result of the change in the skin can lead to a number of skincare mistakes being made ranging from the use of stripping toners, harsh scrubs or just covering it over with a thick layer of foundation.

It is never too early to start learning about skin health.

Recommended Treatments

Grade 1

(mild)

Having occasional breakouts of noninflammatory acne, usually open or closed comedones and papules

Grade 2

(mild-moderate)

Skin consistently broken
out in different areas with comedones, papules, pustules

Grade 3

(moderate-severe)

Skin constantly broken out everywhere with comedones, papules, pustules and some cysts.

Grade 4

(severe)

Nodulocystic.
Dermatologist care.

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