Your Guide To

Breakouts

Breakouts are a category of inflammation caused by bacteria that gets stuck inside hair follicles. Pustules form when blood cells rush to the area to ward off infection, creating that pus buildup.

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Your Guide To

Breakouts

Breakouts are a category of inflammation caused by bacteria
that gets stuck inside hair follicles. Pustules form when blood cells rush
to the area to ward off infection, creating that pus buildup.

Learn More

Why It Happens

Breakouts are caused by many things: hormones, medication, environmental factors, diet, and stress to name a few. The good news is, there are also many ways to treat them.

Why It Happens

Breakouts are caused by many things: hormones, medication, environmental factors, diet, and stress to name a few. The good news is, there are also many ways to treat them.

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Use The Right Moisturizer

Picking a moisturizer that’s formulated for your skin type is key, as the wrong one can actually cause more breakouts. Acne-prone skin types will need a water-based, lightweight source of hydration, while dry skin types should opt for an oil-based moisturizer.

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Pop On a Patch

Popping breakouts can spread bacteria to pores, creating more breakouts and potentially hyperpigmentation. Instead, pop on a hydrocolloid bandage.

Product Recommendation:

Hero Cosmetics Mighty Patch Invisible+

• FROM THE TREATMENT ROOM •

Don’t be afraid of hydration! Dry skin makes up for it by overproducing oil, and in turn, causing breakouts.

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