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Increasing the amount of sebum is not the only cause of acne. Sleep deprivation, stress, and eating habits are also important factors. With proper care and prevention, aim for acne-free and clean skin!

4 things you can’t do with acne skin care Are you doing this?

Have you taken care of NG for acne skin or care that makes acne more likely to occur? “Cleanliness,” “does not thicken dead skin cells,” and “control of sebum” are important for the prevention of acne. Here are 4 things that are not good for acne skin care.

[NG1] I wash too much

Keeping your skin clean is important first, but you don’t have to wash your face multiple times a day. If you have acne, try changing your morning face wash. For people with oily skin, lather and wrap the cleanser. Do not wash it as it will hurt your skin and acne.

[NG2] Makeup remover is on the skin for a long time

If the makeup remover is left on the skin for a long time, the active ingredients required for the skin may flow out due to irritation and strong detergency, causing dryness and acne. Let’s wash it off immediately after it has been thoroughly blended.

[NG3] Don’t wash the makeup puff too much

Puffs, sponges, brushes, and other items that come into direct contact with the skin are prone to germs, and if not cleaned, acne will worsen. Make sure you have a spare and wash it often.

[NG4] Touch the area around the face well

Are you unknowingly touching your face? Be careful if you have a habit of putting on your cheeks and pressing around your chin or touching your nose. It is also NG to touch the skin with the hands that touched the acne. If you are addicted to it, you will unknowingly touch it, so be careful.

What type of acne do you have? Know the types of acne

From the types and characteristics of acne, let’s understand the condition of your acne and acne scars correctly.

■ Types and characteristics of acne

[White acne / black acne]

It is an early symptom of acne with blocked pores and accumulated sebum. White acne is the accumulation of dead skin cells in the pores, which clogs sebum, increases the number of acne bacteria, and makes the surface of the skin lumpy. Black acne is caused by the mixture of downy hair and dirt with white acne and the oxidation of sebum. Neither is inflamed in the pores so there is no pain.

[Red acne]

When acne bacteria that grow in the pores become inflamed, they become red acne. It’s painful, but it’s the body’s immune response. White blood cells are gathering in and around the inflamed pores to fight acne bacteria. If you crush or rub it, the inflammation may spread and you may have deep acne scars. Don’t touch it anyway and prevent it from getting worse.

[Yellow acne]

Yellow acne is a white blood cell debris that has fought against acne bacteria and has changed like yellow pus. Basically, acne can form on the sebaceous glands of the epidermis, but when yellow acne worsens and becomes pustules, it destroys the walls of the pores and leaves crater-like acne scars in the dermis.

■ Types and characteristics of acne scars

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Inflamed acne induces melanin, leaving a light brown spot-like acne scar. Since pigmentation is the cause, skin care with cosmetics containing whitening active ingredients and gradually thin it.


For mild conditions that are slightly dented, peeling that removes dead skin cells and promotes the production of dermis components can be expected to improve. Cosmetics containing retinol that promote turnover are also recommended. If it gets worse, skin care alone is not enough to cure it, so you have the option of undergoing treatments such as chemical peels and laser treatments to enhance skin regeneration at the clinic.

Also, adolescent acne and adult acne are different.
Unlike young acne, which is caused by increased sebum, adult acne is caused by a decrease in sebum metabolism. As you age, the amount of sebum decreases, but the ability to metabolize excess lipids also declines, making it easier for sebum to accumulate and acne. For this reason, young acne can occur more often in the center of the face, where there is a lot of sebum, in the T zone, and at the hairline, but adult acne is more likely to occur around the mouth and face line. Adult acne is also difficult to heal and easily becomes a trace.

Let’s tell you the recommended items and tips for care by type!

[White acne]

Keeps your skin clean so that it doesn’t increase any more acne bacteria. A cleanser with a peeling effect gently removes dead skin cells and improves the ventilation of clogged pores. If you are concerned about dryness, apply foam only to the areas where acne is formed and wash it off.

[Black acne]

The basic care method is the same as for white acne. What you want to add is antioxidant care with vitamin C-containing cosmetics that prevent the oxidation of sebum. Vitamin C also has the effect of suppressing sebum secretion and tightening pores, so it is also useful for the care of acne scars. If you continue to use it, it will become less likely to cause acne.

[Red acne]

Since it is inflamed, make-up such as foundation should be stopped and cleansing should be omitted as much as possible.

[Yellow acne]

Take the same care as red acne, and shift to care that does not leave acne scars when pus appears.

The recommended ingredient for acne control is Vitamin C! Apply vitamin C-containing lotion evenly to the entire face, and apply a cotton pack to the area where you are concerned about the redness of acne. It is also recommended to incorporate cosmetics containing sulfur, which softens the keratin, and alcohol, which has a high degreasing effect, into skin care. It is effective for acne that has formed, but it has a strong effect of removing it, so use it only for the acne part.

What you need to have flat skin without acne

Lifestyles have a great influence on the environment of your skin. Disordered eating habits and sweets promote sebum secretion, and vitamins B2 and B6 control sebum secretion, but lack of them leads to a decrease in lipid metabolism. Let’s suppress the secretion of sebum by effectively utilizing the function of the ingredients. Typical foodstuffs to be incorporated include green and yellow vegetables, dietary fiber, fruits, eels, pumpkin, and natto. Vitamin B2 contained in natto and liver enhances lipid metabolism and boosts immunity, so it has a beautiful skin effect. Vitamin A contained in pumpkin is converted in the body to retinol, which regulates turnover and suppresses sebum secretion.
On the other hand, I would like to refrain from caffeine, chocolate, spicy foods, cream, white sugar, and oily foods. Stimulants and sweets increase sebum secretion.

You also need to get a good night’s sleep and deal with stress well. This is because the psychological aspect also affects the skin. When stressed, a large amount of androgen, a male hormone, is released. This androgen stimulates the secretion of sebum and can cause acne.

In addition, “active oxygen in the body increases and skin immunity drops = disturbed turnover can cause acne. It is not good for the skin to feel stress because of acne too much. Time to relax However, think of it as daily skin care and make it consciously.


Regular skin care and internal care are very important for the prevention and elimination of acne. Let’s understand the mechanism of acne and face it with a relaxed feeling.

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