Hidden Household Skincare Hazards

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Hidden Household Skincare Hazards

There’s no place like home…unless home is causing your skin ailments? Many hidden skincare hazards may cause irritated, acne, and rosacea-ridden skin.

Alcohol (isopropyl) can be found in many personal care products, antibacterial hand washes as well as shellac and antifreeze. It is drying and irritating to the skin. Once skin is stripped of its natural moisture barrier, it is exposed to harmful bacteria and irritation. Keep redness and acne at bay with use of Calm Cool & Corrected anti-redness tranquility cream. This product helps to soothe the appearance of redness, rosacea, dryness and acne by bringing your skin back to a balanced state.

Other household hazards can include yoga mats, cell phones and helmets. All of the above can be a germy heaven. Getting these items near your face (either by touching directly to your face or via your hands) can help contribute to acne and clogged pores. Turn to a good cleanser for help! Ain’t Misbehavin’ medicated aha/bha acne cleanser is a medicated cleanser formulated to help control acne and to reduce large pores for clean, matte skin.

If you're suffering from adult acne, some causes may be found inside of the home as well. Adult acne differs from the acne you may have experienced during your teenage years. It's usually found on the lower half of the face and can be more cystic in nature. Main causes of adult acne are usually hormonal, but changing up your household routine may help lessen the situation.

Hair styling products, laser hair removal, shaving, tweezing and waxing are often key culprits for sufferers of adult acne and enlarged pores. They can irritate the skin, possibly sending acne-causing bacteria deep into pores. Fight back with Ain't Misbehavin' medicated acne control serum and Ain't Misbehavin' intensive skin-correcting sulfur acne mask. Both of which rapidly address acne, breakouts and clogged pores.

Home is where the heart is. So keep your home, heart, and skin healthy by being mindful of these hidden household hazards and fighting back with DERMAdoctor Specialist Skin Care!

By Jen Mathews
DERMAdoctor Staff Writer

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