Face Masks For Acne

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Face Masks for Acne

Pimples, blemishes and blackheads are all features of acne. Acne is a frustrating skin condition because the signs are so visible. No one likes to look in the mirror and see blemishes on their face and neck as well as the body. A good skin care program is the best defense against blemishes. Face masks for acne can be part of that program. How do face masks help? They lift away dead skin cells, oils and debris that block the opening of pores. When pores become blocked, it creates conditions that are ripe for blackheads and pimples. Using a face mask regularly removes pore-clogging debris and dead skin cells to help reduce the likelihood of outbreaks. Face masks can also improve the texture of your skin and make it look smoother and brighter.

Choosing the Right Face Mask for Acne

Face masks may contain a variety of different ingredients. Some are formulated with added moisturizers or oils that can clog your pores. These are most appropriate for dry or sensitive skin. The best face mask for acne is one that's non-comedogenic. Non-comedogenic means the product contains no ingredients that will clog your pores. There are facial masks made specifically for oily and acne-prone skin. These beauty masks lift away oil, dirt, dead skin cells and other pore-clogging impurities without exposing your skin to oils. They often contain blemish-fighting ingredients like benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid and sulfur. When choosing a mask, read the ingredient list and make sure the mask you select is free of oils and ingredients you're allergic to. Some people experience mild skin irritation when they use a facial mask. You can usually avoid this by choosing a mask that's appropriate for your skin type and by using it only as often as recommended on the packaging. It may take several weeks to see results from using a face mask. For best benefits, combine your mask with a cleansing, toning and moisturizing routine made for acne-prone skin. Face masks are another tool in your anti-blemish arsenal. Using one regularly offers benefits and can help you achieve clearer, brighter skin. If you have severe acne or aren't getting results from over-the-counter treatment products, see your dermatologist.