Acne, Pimples, Blackhead on my Face(๑◕︵◕๑)


Obviously, I hate THEM all , I want a clean and a baby face skin but ...

My FRUSTRATION time when the body hits the puberty,  the hormone changes and the time for menstruation.

The acne + pimples come without any invitation and leave their scars.( if a man do like this to you - call him a pimple! (•‿•) Haha !

I thought I am the only one who has pimples skin but everybody does, and you might the lucky one if you have a baby face ! (jealous) 

But after I did a big researched,  I found out the famous celebrities also have pimples meh, I feel relieved.

Britney Spears
Britney Spears Acne Scars
One of the most popular singers and actresses, Britney Spears proves it. I totally have no idea what's happening to her skin because I think she has money and she can do treatment but this is an old picture. Or there is possibility that as she is managing both her career and her life at home, and is a mother of two children, it is getting difficult for her to pay attention on her skin and beauty, the result of which is appearing this way.I don't know about her skin on this day because I am not living with her. Maybe she has try another beauty products to treat her skin problem. Thanks to for the picture.
    Rihanna Acne Scars
    I don't care about her pimples because she still looks cute and gorgeous. Though it can be seen in her pictures that there are lesser acnes on her face, so, she can definitely get rid of them by consulting a good dermatologist.Thanks to for the picture.

    My Face
    With no foundation Eww..Look at the scars, the redness and the big pores
    Even I put foundation and concealer on my face, the scars still unconcealed
    If I put more make up base the dots dots on my skin still appears
    See, how brave am I showing my imperfection skin to the readers, hope you guys don't feel like wanna throw away your guys stomach.

    I usually don't wear make up if I go to mamak's stall or the stores nearby because the people there don't care about my skin, (◕‿◕✿)

     For any event occasions, of course, tell me who doesn't want to look pretty in the frame of the pictures.

     To be honest, I do always Photoshop or 360 my face so people will not know I totally don't have a baby skin.

    Luckily, I have a husband who doesn't mind about my skin problem, thank you hubby.

    Well, I think this is the time for the beauty products out there give me their product to try for the acnes skin, I'll do the review for sure if the chemical works on my skin. (•‿•)

    Too many suggested what products  and brand are the best, then I bought, not more than a week, my skin already immune. 
    My favorites skincare for acne cures.


    What the hell are ACNEs?
    • Acne, medically known as Acne Vulgaris, is a skin disease that involves the oil glands at the base of hair follicles. It commonly occurs during puberty when the sebaceous (oil) glands come to life - the glands are stimulated by male hormones produced by the adrenal glands of both males and females.
    • Acne is not dangerous, but can leave skin scars. Human skin has pores (tiny holes) which connect to oil glands located under the skin. The glands are connected to the pores via follicles - small canals. These glands produce Sebum, an oily liquid. The sebum carries dead skin cells through the follicles to the surface of the skin. A small hair grows through the follicle out of the skin. Pimples grow when these follicles get blocked, resulting in an accumulation of oil under the skin.  Source :
    Fast facts on ACNEs.
    • Acne is a skin disease that involves the oil glands at the base of hair follicles.
    • Acne commonly occurs during puberty.
    • Acne is not dangerous, but can leave skin scars.
    • Types of pimples include whiteheads, blackheads, papules, pustules, nobules, cysts.
    • Approximately three-quarters of 11 to 30 year-olds will get acne at some time.
    • Acne can affect people of all races and all ages.
    • Experts believe the primary cause is a rise in androgen levels (hormone).
    • A susceptibility to acne could also be genetic.
    • Treatment for acne may depend on how severe and persistent it is.
    • Acne can be affected by the menstrual cycle, anxiety and stress, hot and humid climates, oil based makeup, greasy hair and pimple squeezing. Source :
    ◘  The types of pimples
    • Whiteheads - remain under the skin and are very small
    • Blackheads - clearly visible, they are black and appear on the surface of the skin. Remember that a blackhead is not caused by dirt. Scrubbing your face vigorously when you see blackheads will not help
    • Papules - visible on the surface of the skin. They are small bumps, usually pink
    • Pustules - clearly visible on the surface of the skin. They are red at their base and have pus at the top
    • Nobules - clearly visible on the surface of the skin. They are large, solid pimples. They are painful and are embedded deep in the skin
    • Cysts - clearly visible on the surface of the skin. They are painful, and are filled with pus. Cysts can easily cause scars. Source :

     ◘ How to look after your skin if you have acne (or are prone to acne)
      Woman washing her face
      Wash your face about twice each day. Use a mild soap made especially for people with acne, and warm water.

    • Wash your face about twice each day. Do not wash it more often. Use a mild soap made especially for people with acne, and warm water. Do not scrub the skin. Experts advise the use of an OTC lotion which contains benzoyl peroxide
    • Don't try to burst the pimples. You may push the infection further down, causing more blocking and worse swelling and redness. Popping pimples makes scarring more likely
    • If you have to get rid of a pimple for some event, such as a wedding, or public speaking occasions, ask a specialist to treat it for you
    • Try to refrain from touching your face with your hands. When you are on the phone try not to let the receiver touch your face - there may be sebum and skin residue on it
    • Keep your hands clean, wash them regularly
    • Always wash your hands before touching your face. This includes before applying lotions, creams or makeup
    • Glasses should regularly be cleaned. They will collect sebum and skin residue
    • You skin needs to breathe. If your acne is on your back, shoulders or chest try wearing loose clothing. Tight garments, such as headbands, caps and scarves should be avoided - if you have to wear them make sure they are cleaned regularly
    • Don't go to sleep with makeup on. Only use makeup that is noncomedogenic or nonacnegenic - you should be able to read this on the label. If you cannot find it, ask the shopkeeper or pharmacist. You should use makeup which does not have oil and does not clog up the pores
    • Hair collects sebum and skin residue. Keep your hair clean and away from your face
    • Too much sun can cause your skin to produce more sebum. Several acne medications make it more likely that you will be sunburned
    • If you shave your face, do it carefully. Use either an electric shaver or safety razors. If you use a safety razor make sure the blade is sharp. Soften your skin and beard with warm soapy water before applying the shaving cream. Source :
     ◘ How to prevent making acne worse
    • Menstrual cycle - girls and women with acne tend to get it worse one or two weeks before their menstrual period arrives. This is probably due to hormonal changes that take place. Some people say they eat more chocolate during this time and wonder whether there may be a connection. However, experts believe the worsening acne is not due to chocolate, but rather to hormonal changes
    • Anxiety and stress - mental stress can affect your levels of some hormones, such as cortisol and adrenaline, which in turn can make acne worse. Again, stress can make some people binge-eat. Experts believe the culprits are most likely the hormone levels, rather than the binge-eating
    • Hot and humid climates - when it is hot and humid we sweat more. This can make the acne worse
    • Oil based makeups - moisturizing creams, lubricating lotions, and all makeup that contain oil can speed up the blocking of your pores
    • Greasy hair - some hair products are very greasy and might have the same effect as oil based makeup. Hair products with cocoa butter or coconut butter are examples
    • Squeezing the pimples - if you try to squeeze pimples your acne is more likely to get worse, plus you risk scarring. Source :
                                                                                                                                                          (◕‿◕✿) Credited to Christian Nordqvist for the skin info(◕‿◕✿)

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