Causes of Acne
Learn what products may be causing your breakouts. Get clear skin from the inside out with these solutions to acne from a Certified Acne and Skin Coach.
Soy is in a lot of products, and it is a main acne trigger! So, how do you stay clear of foods that contain soy? Find out on the blog, soy is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to food that causes acne breakouts. Clean up your diet and get serious about your skin goals and watch your life transform. Schedule your initial consultation today and let us help you get started on your clear skin journey and freedom from acne. You deserve it!
Algae is an idodie, a product that is high in iodine and is a trigger for acne! It is known by many names and could be hiding in your skincare products. To find out if these ingredients are in the products you use daily and you are still fighting acne flareups, check out this blog to see what they are also known as and how to prevent another breakout from algae!
Those dark spots or scarring you get after you mess with a pimple. Post Imflammatory Hyperpigmentation is the dark spot left behind after picking at acne. Learn what PIH is and how to treat it on the blog. Your skincare and acne experts at beachbeautybar.com
Do you breakout along your hairline? Do you get painful pimples on your scalp? In this post we are talking about the "root" cause of scalp and hairline breakouts. It may be a simple solution to switching to better hair products! Go have a read, and leave a comment with your questions about acne!
Chocolate is always been said to cause breakouts, but actually real cacao is not pore clogging at all and may be good for your skin. It may be those other desserts that are causing acne to appear? Check out this post to see how to prevent sudden breakouts from what you are eating.