So, what causes pimples? Only if we were fully aware of the answer to this question, would we have never suffered with pimples? There are so many different factors that contribute to the cause of acne on our skin and we've talked about this several times on Wishtrend TV. But we decided to go into more details on exactly what causes pimples by sharing some of the DOs and DON'Ts from food to ingredients.
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To talk about the benefit of green tea on our body, we can go on and on and I can write a whole new article for it. However, if we have to specifically talk about its effect for acne prone skin, there are distinctive traits that green tea has that makes it a great ingredient to fight acne.
Cleanse your skin with green tea
If you have acne prone skin you would definitely know what AHA is, or at least for those who exfoliate will know this ingredient. Alpha hydroxy acids, or AHAs, are natural acids derived from fruits (ex. oragnes, lemons and etc). It is known to loosen and get rid of the dead skin cells on the skin's surface. The level of removing dead skin cells differ according to the which ingredient AHA was extracted from but it's effective to prevent buildup of dead skin cells and improves dull skin tone not in an irritating way.
Exfoliate with Mandelic Acid
Centella Asiatica is known to be rich in amino acids, beta carotene, fatty acids and so on. And thes combinatino of different nutrients benefits the skin in many different ways, especially if you have acne prone skin. Strengthening skin barrier, calming irritated skin, healing blemishes and wounds, and producing collagen on skin is what every one with acne is looking for on skincare. And guess what? Centella Asiatica is the perfect ingredient that will give all that goodness on the skin.
Prevent Acne Scarring with Teca Barrier Cream