If you suffer from regular pimples, you could simply solve the problem with & # 39; bad skin & # 39; but now an expert has revealed that the part of your face where you get pimples can reveal the cause.
The London-based cosmetic surgeon Dr. Yannis Alexandrides has revealed how the face can be split into "zones" and highlighted different causes of spots in different areas.
Exclusive to FEMAIL, the surgeon, who established best practice for cosmetic surgery 111 Harley St, said he has developed his Clarity Range to pioneer the fight against adult acne, as this is the most common skin epidemic at the moment.
Dr. Yannis Alexandrides suggests that imperfections in different parts of the face can have different causes (stock image)
THE REGION: TOP OF THE FACE
Dr. Alexandries suggested that spots were most likely to appear around the eyebrows, cheeks, and nose due to an overproduction of oil.
The cosmetic surgeon also puts this on excessive sweating or hair styling products, as well as a poor diet.
THE ZONE: LOWER HALF OF THE FACE
Stains isolated on the lower cheek, jaw line and chin, stains probably have a different cause.
Dr. Alexandries pointed out that irritated spots and small blackheads in that area can be caused by hormonal fluctuations and even the use of cell phones, which can cause bacteria to spread around the face.
THE ZONE: SPREAD OVER THE FACE
For those who suffer from acne, white heads and cysts in the face, Dr. Alexandries puts the blame on environmental factors, diet and bacterial imbalance.
Regular exfoliation and cleansing more than once a day is the key to preventing pimples (stock image)
HOW TO REACH PLACES
Cleaning and exfoliating are the key to preventing blackheads (which are essentially trapped dirt and sebum that accumulate in sebaceous glands).
Dr. Alexandries recommends the use of a warm cleaning cloth to open pores and then use a suitable formula for blackheads.
He explained: & # 39; I would also suggest using an acid-based exfoliator to gently remove dead skin cells, to remove clogged pores and at the same time to cleanse the face. & # 39;
DO NOT ALWAYS CLEAN
The leading surgeon also suggested cleansing more than once a day to keep the face clean.
He said: & # 39; Clean & # 39; in the morning to remove sebum on the face during sleep and to clean & # 39; double (sometimes triple) in the evening to remove dirt and deposits that have been applied to the dermis layer of the skin throughout the day.
He continued: & # 39; Remove make-up as soon as you get home, if not … you just extend the amount of time there is dirt on the skin, causing those problematic skin complaints. Whenever possible, use an acid-based exfoliant to rid the skin of pore-blocking layers of dead skin cells. & # 39;
Dr. Alexandries suggests that stains can be eliminated by investing in & # 39; purifying, radiation-enhancing & # 39; products that have the & # 39; nasty skin & # 39; can & # 39; withstand & # 39 ;.
GO THE WHOLE DOG WITH SKINCARE
Dr. Alexandries proposes to invest in & # 39; purifying, radiant and enhancing & # 39; products that reappear and revive annoying skin.
He explained: "Whatever brand you choose, you should use the entire regimen to give the skin the best chance to relieve imperfections through clinically inspired ingredients and administration methods."
Light therapy can also be used to target blemishes, because the combination of red and blue light can help tackle bad skin.
Blue light can be used to break off the stain, while red light is used to reduce inflammation.
BANISH A SPOT NIGHT
Meanwhile, the leading cosmetic surgeon suggests that it is possible to banish spots & # 39; at night, with & & # 39; use highly concentrated formula that fights the stain & # 39 ;.
The leading cosmetic surgeon Dr. Yannis Alexandrides suggests different methods and treatments to solve different facial problems
Dr. Alexandries suggests looking for products that describe how they & # 39;prevent sebum production, eradicate bacteria and soothe inflammation. & # 39;
In the case of acne scars, Dr. suggests Alexandries that the skin needs to be “strengthened with antioxidants that will help restore and restore”.
Although he says that there are many products on the market that can help, fraxel or laser treatments can work for someone who looks a little more intensively.
Fraxel is a fractional laser treatment to rejuvenate the skin, fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, pore size, improve sun spots, scare, stretch marks to a minimum. The laser has two waves and works deep into the skin.
The laser creates small microthermal & # 39; zones of destruction & # 39; which will then stimulate the new production of collagen.
Dr. Alexandrides called it & # 39; a safe way to get an improved skin surface & # 39 ;.
The Clarity range is available at 111Skin.co.uk
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