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Complete Guide on How to Combat Forehead Acne

Acne is a common skin condition that appears on the face, arms, shoulders, back , forehead etc.  It is a skin infection that takes place when the pores of the skin gets clogged with excess oil, dead skin cells, dirt, and other impurities and bacteria grows inside the pores creating swollen bumps These bumps are known as pimples. The forehead is also one of the areas where pimples or bumps may appear. Adult acne may occur primarily due to hormonal changes in the body but given below are some more reasons as to why acne appear on the forehead.

Bad cosmetics:

Forehead acne may appear because of certain make-up and hair products such as shampoo, gel, sprays etc. that may not suit you.

Dandruff in the hair :

Dandruff can clog the Forehead skin pores causing pimples.

Oily scalp:

Excess oil can clog the skin pores  which may lead to pimples.

Popping zits:

By popping the zits the bacteria may spread and cause even more acne. If you have the habit of constantly touching your face to peel blemishes or remove the blackheads then this will only worsen the condition.

Digestive problems:

Gastrointestinal problems like constipation, heartburn and abdominal bloating are likely to be related with acne. When there is any such internal problems acne are bound to appear.

Excess Stress:

It has been found that if you are more stressed, excess oil is produced, that clogs the hair follicles and leads to formation of more acne.

Over exfoliating:

Dead skin cells can be removed with the help of exfoliation. But formation of more acne and irritation is possible, if you do it many times. So it’s better to do it twice a week.

Certain medication:

Certain medications like birth control pills tend to trigger forehead acne in certain people.  If so it’s better to consult the doctor about the medicine.

Wearing helmets and caps:

For a person driving  a two wheelers helmet is a must. However, it is not that easy to clean the inside of the helmet and most of the time no one pays attention to the fact that it needs to be cleaned. The sweat from your skin can make the helmet a breeding ground for bacteria.  When these bacteria come  in contact with your forehead they can cause pimples.

Hormonal Causes And Other Genetic Factors:

The hormonal and genetic factors are most difficult to deal with.  Your skin may simply be prone to getting acne. Or, the changes in the hormones seen due to the menstrual cycle or pregnancy can disrupt the normal functioning of the skin. In both the way, acne can be caused easily.

Best  Natural Remedies To Reduce Pimples On The Forehead

  1. Clay Mask With Tea Tree Oil
  2. Apple Cider Vinegar
  3. Lemon Juice
  4. Mustard Powder With Honey
  5. Tomato Mask
  6. Essential Oils
  7. Eggs
  8. Aloe Vera
  9. Green Tea Extract
  10. Glycolic Acid
  11. Tea tree oil
  12. Almond powder, gram flour and turmeric

For more severe acne, we must approach a dermatologist.  It is he who will give the right treatment for forehead acne. The doctor will  prescribe the required antibiotics.

Prevention tips

Try the following tips to prevent acne from appearing  on your forehead :

  1. Wash your face twice a day with a gentle.
  2. Rinse with warm water and gently pat dry but do not scrub. As it can make acne worse.
  3. Wash your hair often. If your hair is greasy wash it with a mild shampoo that removes oil.
  4. Avoid using chemical based products on your hair.
  5. As bangs can cause acne  on your forehead, especially if your hair is oil, cut them or tie them up.

 

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