Posted on Last updated: 15th January Categories Wellness. By: Author Mads Panchoo. Blemishes, large-pores and oily skin in the T-zone the forehead, eyebrows, nose and chin. Your cheeks are dry and sometimes tight. Your skin is shiny and has large pores. This skin type is most likely to have teenage acne and blackheads on the forehead, nose, chin, upper chest area or back.
The Ultimate Skincare Routine For Teens | Blog | HUDA BEAUTY
The first step of any good skincare regime is understanding your skin. During your teens, your hormone levels spike, which in skin terms equals one thing: oiliness. The main aim of your skincare regime should be dedicated to balancing your skin and controlling oil production. The rising levels of testosterone also increase sebum oil production, making breakouts more likely as the buildup of oil blocks your pores and encourages blackheads and pimples to form.
Although teenage skincare might just sound like another marketing tool for brands to make more money, it's actually vital to pay care and attention to your complexion in your teens, with tailored products for your skin type and concerns. Hormonal changes can cause with breakouts, clogged pores, and oiliness. Dead skin cells stick to this oil and block the pores, resulting in blackheads, and bacteria which builds up in these clogged pores that leads to breakouts. The best thing you can do to break this vicious skin cycle is to introduce your child to a healthy and regimented skincare routine and choose products that are simple, gentle and calming on the skin. Good skincare habits are for life and the cornerstone of a great complexion begins with cleansing.
Imagine how awesome it would be to have a dermatologist for a parent—someone you could talk to or text, day or night, about all things skin. Do not go to bed with a dirty face! Otherwise, the dirt and bacteria, along with excess oil can cause breakouts. Each derm we talked to gave different advice for what kind of cleanser to use.