Hi everyone and happy Monday! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend.
I am discussing areas on your face and body that gets breakouts, and the case of beskouts on those areas. Below is a picture from @sheagurl’s Instagram page mapping out the reasons of having a breakout on the areas on your face.
For a more in-depth explaining of the breakouts, check out this video here:
Breakouts also can appear on your body. Here are the caises on breakouts in these areas:
Chest: Diet. Poor diet not only affects your body internally, but externally as well. Excesses sugar and toxins can use breakouts on your chest. Make sure to drink plenty of water and eat healthy foods.
Jawline: Excessive sugar consumption. Eating too much sugar causes breakouts altogether. To reduce this, examine your diet and make changes to it in order to get less breakouts.
Shoulders: Stress. Try calming oyhrslef down by doing some breathing exercises, mediation, and yoga. Other ways to combat stress include drinking green or chamomile tea, and getting a full night’s sleep.
Back: Two possible reasons for breakouts on your back. One, the trapped dirt and oils can can clog pores. The second reason can be the nervous or digestive dysfunction. If you suffer with poor digestion, I recommend taking a dietary supplement that’ll help you digest your foods better. I recommend the GNC Papaya Enzymes because they do a great job digesting and absorbing he gods better. Also, they are chewable tablets that are easy to rake and they taste delicious! With all dietary supplements, please consult with your doctor before taking them.
Buttocks: Fabric irritation. Some underwear fabrics can irritate your skin. Make sure to wear comfortable and breathable cotton underwear to let air circulate.
Arms and Elbows: Lack of blood circulation or buildup of dead skin cells. Dead skin cells are build up if you don’t exfoliate your skin frequently. That’s why it is important to exfoliate the skin at least once a week to help new skin cells develop. Lack of movement causes poor blood circulation, which can contribute to breakouts. Exercising can help to increase circulation and blood flow. Walking is a simple and great way to get blood circulating around your body.
Thank you for reading, I hope you find this information helpful. See you on the next post! Take care!