Changes are always a little traumatic, especially if it is puberty. The body changes, the mood is swelling and often the skin of teenagers lives a problematic state.
At this stage, the production of growth hormones increases with effects on the body and in particular on skin and hair. Bruises, acne, scars and redness, sweating and fat hair are the main consequences.
Here are some simple tips to tackle this stage.
Primarily, the skin should be exposed to the air as much as possible, avoiding occlusive cosmetics that can not breathe. After that, two other fundamental aspects come into play: choosing the right beauty products and nutrition.
We start from “beauty care”. Choose natural and non-aggressive products to gently cleanse and deodorize, normalize, purify and hydrate deeply.
Always remember to properly clean your face, to remove make-up and all impurities that lie during the day.
Choose a cleansing, sebum-balancing and soothing cleanser, associated with a gentle exfoliant to renew the skin’s superficial layer, reducing the risk of blocking the pores and leading to the formation of blackheads and pimples.
Apply one or two times a week a facial mask that absorbs excess sebum, eliminate impurities and help soothe and re-oxygenate the face. In the presence of dilated pores, it is advisable to use a dermopurifying product, stretch the flesh and create a light astringent film that quickly reduces them.
Finally, apply a moisturizing cream with anti-oxidant action that helps to improve imperfections and discoloration with milder and normalizing effect.
Finally, choose a non-alcoholic deodorant that effectively inhibits the formation of bad smells leaving the skin fresh and slightly fragrant. And for your hair? A purifying, rebalance and shave shampoo that delicately cleanses leaving your hair soft and shiny!
As far as food is concerned avoid alcohol and fatty foods: they can contribute to the formation of pimples and blackheads. Each meal must be a balanced combination of essential nutrients – carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals. Fruits, vegetables, legumes are among the recommended foods in a teenager’s diet against canned foods, bags and cans containing a high content of preservatives, sugars and artificial ingredients.