Having a smooth face especially forehead is every person's desire, but sometimes pimples appear on our faces due to different factors. Forehead pimples are different from other facial pimples and they have they own cause and ways to handle them. The following are causes and natural products which should be used to get rid of them.
1. Make up irritation
Irritation from chemicals in makeup can cause forehead acne, especially if your skin is sensitive. You may get a breakout after you use a new makeup brand or if you wear a hat or headband that irritates your skin. Touching your face a lot can also lead to acne. Your fingers deposit oil and bacteria onto your skin and into your pores.
Many people start getting acne during puberty. A surge in hormone levels increases oil production, which leads to pimples. The forehead is one of the most common locations for these early breakouts.
3. Hair products you use
Your hair can also be the source of forehead acne. If you don’t wash your hair often enough or if you have oily hair, the oil can deposit on your forehead and clog pores there. Breakouts might also be due to the hair products you use. Hair styling and straightening products are notorious for causing acne.
There is a link between stress and outbreaks of acne, but the reasons for this are unclear.
5. Poor hygiene
Not washing the hair and face regularly can lead to oily deposits on the forehead and blockages that prompt acne.
1. Apply apple cider vinegar
Apply cider vinegar contains antibacterial properties that help heal pimples quickly. What’s more, it also maintains the pH balance of the skin and prevents it from becoming too dry. Dilute it with water and apply directly on forehead pimples to notice the difference within a few weeks.
2. Use aloe vera gel
Avoe vera has superior soothing and healing properties which makes it an excellent ingredient for almost every skin concern including forehead pimples. The gel of aloe vera can be used directly on the forehead everyday to get quick results. Freshly extracted gel from the plant leaf is recommended for visible results.
3. Use tea tree oil
Essential oils are potent ingredients that offer a wide range of benefits for skin and hair. Tea tree oil, in particular, is added to skincare products formulated for those with oily and acne-prone skin. Its antibacterial properties fight pimple-causing bacteria and accelerate the healing process. Avoid applying it directly on the skin, always mix with a carrier oil and apply only on the forehead pimples.
Try avoiding these causes of forehead pimples, and incase pimples are already visible use these natural products and thank me later.
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