Does Stess Cause Acne?

Does stress cause acne?

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Pimples from Stress

It always seems to happen right when you have that big event, an exam , or you are worrying about something – a pimple or pimples appear. Even in my 50’s I just had two pop up on my chin right before and during a very hectic work week.

It certainly seems to go hand in hand, doesn’t it? Remember in the movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” on the wedding day the bride woke up with a big pimple. She put coverup on it, and then her groom told her later he had developed one, but it went away when he sprayed Windex on it!

From WebMD:

Lisa A. Garner, MD, FAAD, a clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, (says that) “When you already have acne and you get into a stressful situation, that seems to be when your acne really flares up.”” [Read more…]

Simple Pimple Remedy

You have a pimple that is large, very red and angry. What can you do to put out the heat and reduce the redness? A simple pimple remedy is to ice it. Yes, ice it.

 Ice Cube To Reduce Pimples

We know that our skin produces natural oi, called sebum, and those with acne tend to have an abundance of sebum produced. [Read more…]

Those Dark Spots on Your Nose Not Blackheads?

Sebaceous filamentsThey look like baby blackheads but they they aren’t, and no matter what you do, you can’t get rid of them. You wish you could wear a sign that says “no blackheads here, don’t stare!”, right? If they aren’t blackheads, then what are they?

Sebaceous filaments are hairlike “threads” that help direct the flow of natural oil produced in your sebum or oil gland to the surface skin. They are light grey to tan, distributed around an oily area such as your nose and chin, and are smooth to touch. When pressure is applied, nothing will be expressed, as the pore is open with nothing plugging the opening.

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