Acne Woes…Resolved!

Acne breakouts are common among men – especially during the adolescence years. Often though, perpetually oily skin results in acne breakouts even after a man has stepped into adulthood and beyond. And while it is not possible to change your natural skin type, there are ways to lessen acne breakouts and prevent them from blemishing your skin.

Read on to find a couple of ways to resolve your acne woes.

Wash your face

The Phy Life- Wash your face

A dirty face can worsen acne issues. Wash your face with a mild, sulphate-free face wash for men twice a day to remove dirt and grime from clogging the pores on your skin.

Cleanse what touches your skin

The Phy Life- Cleanse what touches your skin

Clean your face towels and gym equipment regularly. If you’re a clean-shaven kind of person, cleanse your razor after every shave. Dirty substances are often a cause for breakouts.

Eat healthy

The Phy Life- Eat healthy

Avoid fried foods, excess sugar and carbonated drinks. Switch to healthier options like fresh fruit juices to hydrate your skin. Yogurt, antioxidant-rich foods like berries, red grapes, almonds, and walnuts, greens like spinach, kale, broccoli, make for good options instead.

Stay away from stress

The Phy Life- Stay away from stress

Excessive stressing can lead to inflammation, leading to breakouts. Focus on de-cluttering your mind, try yoga, meditation, running and other exercises to keep stress at bay.

Make skincare a priority

The Phy Life- Make skincare a priority

Oily and acne-prone skin needs some extra TLC! Use products specially formulated for oily skin – cleanse regularly, stay away from greasy, heavy-formula moisturizers and deep cleanse with face masks once a week. Oh! And don’t ditch an SPF while heading out.

#PhySuggests the Skin Clarifying Trio which contains a face wash for men, the best moisturizer for oily skin and a face pack for acne. 

Lastly, while these steps can help you deal with regular acne-prone skin, if you’ve been struggling with stubborn acne for a long time and all your try-and-fix-at-home attempts have failed, you can always consult a dermatologist.

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