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Blemishes are commonly seen in both male and female. They are commonly seen during the adolescent age. But there is specific period in life for it occurrence. It may be seen even in elderly people.

Causes of Blemishes

The main cause of the Blemishes are dirt on the face or skin. We just don’t take care of our face, that is not proper cleaning of the face is performed the infection and finally blemishes.

Some people are very fond of the fragrant products available in the market for cosmetic purpose. They may also show certain side effects on the skin. People are not aware of the proper constituents of those commercial available products which may prove harmful.

Oily skin of certain people is also the chief cause of blemishes. Blemishes may also occur due to hormonal imbalances. Due to certain nutritional deficiency also blemishes may be formed. Blemishes may also occur due to emotional disturbances.

Treatment of Blemishes

First of all, the face is properly cleaned with a gentle, oil and fragrance free cleanser. Preferably a non detergent one is used who has been labeled as balanced PH.

But if a person has oily skin all over the face then he/she should use a cleanser that contain benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. Person should not scrub. It is because if scrubbed, then the irritated skin swells around the pores which can lead to breakouts.

If the face is not oily then, skin toner should be used, otherwise it may dry out the skin. Then apply a topical cream containing benzoyl peroxide, glycolic acid or salicylic acid over the entire surface, not just where blemishes have already erupted.

At night, person should use a drying spot treatment and oil free moisturizer on dry areas. In the morning, the person should apply an oil-free sunscreen gel over the entire face. Then a small make up brush is used to dab concealer or cream foundation (in the exactly some shade as the skin) directly onto the blemish.

Person should use a fingertip to wipe away excess concealer around the blemish and if necessary, another coat of concealer is applied. If the make up becomes cakey, then it is carefully wiped off and start over. The gently powder is brushed on top of the concealer, in the exact same shade as that of the skin.

If a person has oily skin, then clay masks are used of ten near about after every three days to absorb excess oil. In order to stop redness and swelling in certain patients in an emergency situation like wedding, job interview, etc. in them cortisone injection may be given by doctor for an immediate relief. But the blemishes are not life threatening problem.

Diagnosing Skin Blemishes

Blemishes are generally brownish black skin discolouration. Blemishes may also be seen as effects of ageing. In this case, there may be hyper pigmentation of skin that increased melanin pigments. Increased hormonal secretion of blemishing.

Blemishes are commonly seen in pregnant women. Patients suffering from chronic debilitating diseases may also show blemishes. Persons who are blemishes. Persons who are anemic or suffering from any blood dyscrasia’s may also show blemishes. Women who blood excessively during menstruation cycle may also show blemishes.

Therefore, in order to get rid from blemishes nutrition is also very important. Proper health maintenance is necessary in order to get relief from blemishes.



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