A multifaceted approach of treatments, behaviors, and diet is often most effective. Here are a few simple strategies to help you combat adult acne:
Consult your doctor about hormonal changes.
Protect skin from pollution with toners and moisturizers.
Limit exposure to high humidity.
Do not touch or scrub your face or the blemishes on your skin.
Do not wear apparel that is tight on the face or skin, including tight collars or helmets.
Follow a daily skincare regimen.
Avoid exposure to sun and excessive cold.
Select non-oily cosmetic products.
Eat a well-balanced diet.
Skin procedures can be used for the prevention, onset, or aftermath of adult acne.
I use Adult Care Clearasil - the one with sulfur resorcinol. Also, I actually try to limit the amount of soap I use on my face and I use a light moisturizer on a daily basis.
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