Oily skin tends to be hereditary (thanks to Mom and Dad), but to some point it can affect virtually everyone during puberty, as hormones cause production of oil on the skin to be altered.
Grains in the T-zone
The skin becomes oily when the sebaceous glands produce excessive amounts of sebum. This may be due to genetic and hormonal factors, and even environmental temperature. In addition, the skin is a reflection of what we eat, and this affects the hormones.
Hormones. Most cases of oily skin with pimples are triggered by a reaction of the sebaceous glands to androgenic hormones. The sebaceous glands respond to the circulating hormones by producing excess sebum.
- Use warm water instead of hot or cold.
- Apply only non-comedogenic skin care.
- Use makeup that does not clog pores.
- Use an appropriate cleanser before bedtime to remove dirt and prepare the skin for the absorption of medications delivered by your treating physician.
- Let pimples and blackheads heal naturally; squeezing them only makes the process worse.
Vitamin B: Regulates the body’s performance and energy utilization, improves muscle tone, positively intervenes in the nervous system and prevents various skin and mucous membrane injuries.
Vitamin B12: is a nutrient that helps maintain healthy neurons and blood cells. It also contributes to the development of DNA, the genetic material present in all cells.
Vitamin E: It is one of the best antioxidants and helps us fight against cell aging. It also helps to regenerate the skin so it is suitable for scars, stretch marks or acne marks and prevents the negative effects of ultraviolet rays.