How to control the excess of sebum?
How to control the excess of sebum?

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How to control the excess of sebum?

The blackheads, pimples and acne are caused by the stress, the pollution, the cosmetic products, the bad lifestyle and unhealthy food and very often by the excess of sebum.

It is important to control the quantity of sebum sufficient for your face, because the excess of sebum and the lack of sebum can result in acne apparition, blackheads and pimples.



Avoid refined foods. According to a study, you need to avoid the refined foods in order to have a healthy skin without acne. The refined sugar is very quickly absorbed by the blood. This increases the hormones responsible for the sebum production, which is sometimes responsible for acne production, rapidly. Because this process is very short lasting, the skin produces more sebum than it needs.


- What to eat in order to avoid having acne? There are foods that you need to avoid, but there are also foods that are good for your skin. Because the skin is the biggest organ, it needs vitamins in order to function properly. You should eat food rich with vitamins A, B,C, D and E. Those vitamins are essential for nourishing, hydrating, straightening the skin and for controlling the excess of sebum without having negative effects.


- Consult a dermatologist and pay attention to the cosmetic products that you use.  Yes acne and pimples are very boring, we are aware of this fact. We understand that it's a big problem for a lot of people and that is why you use toners and masks which are not compatible for your skin type and you try to squeeze the acne so you risk having scars for life. 


You need to read carefully what is written on the cosmetic products and you should know what is their proper usage. There are black masks which can help you get rid of blackheads and acne. You should also consult a dermatologist so you know that you're doing the right thing for your skin.