Sensitive Me…

Might I indulge in a moment of poor me?

Here’s the deal. It’s been tough on me having to deal with this whole adult acne thing. Add to that the fact that I have sensitive skin and it’s just not fair. Waaa…

Ok, now that I’ve thrown myself a pity party, let’s move on to trying to get some answers, shall we? Because I’m sure many of you are struggling with this same delightful combination. The toughest part, at least for me, is trying to find the best products and acne solutions.

When it comes to choosing the best option for taking care of this type of skin, there are several to choose from. Here’s a look at some of the most popular:

Salicylic Acid-This little gem slows down acne by slowing down your shedding of skin cells. It also does a number on blackheads and whiteheads. If you are allergic to simple aspirin you migth want to skip this one since salicylic acid is the active ingredient in asprin.

Benzoyl Peroxide-There is little doubt about the acne prevention qualities of benzyol peroxide. BP wipes out germs that cause pimples, keeping them from ever reaching the surface of your skin. It is also great for reducing the amount of oils available to generate pimples in the first place. All in all BP is death on zits. Again, you’ll want to be cautious with your usage. Too much BP can dry out your skin and create other problems for your sensitive little skin.

Hypoallergenic soap-free wash-Using a gentle cleanser of this type is great for sensitive skin in particular. You’ll want to use products that are not going to irritate your skin anymore than it already is with the acne.

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