Let's look at 10 of the most common causes of skin problems!

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No one loves acne!
Finding the right treatment for your skin depends on a number of variables and sometimes requires the help of a dermatologist.
But bad habits (such as touching your face or washing pillowcases irregularly) will not help in this situation!
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Here are 10 skin care habits that can worsen acne!
1. Keep changing/trying new products every week
It is important to understand your skin type, blindly replace or changing skincare products that may not be suitable for your skin can irritate your skin, which can cause breakouts.
2. Pop or squeeze breakouts
When you pop or squeeze acne, you may push some of it (such as pus, dead skin cells, or bacteria) deeper into the skin. When this happens, you will increase inflammation. This may cause the acne to become more serious and sometimes scars and pain.
3. Sleeping on a dirty pillowcase
Not only does sleeping on a dirty pillowcase increase your chances of getting sensitive skin, but it could also lead to acne.
People with acne-prone skin should change the pillowcases more frequently since it can gather bacteria.
4. Using dirty makeup brushes
Dirty brushes transfer bacteria to your skin and cause breakouts, so it's important to give them a good cleaning. When you're continuously using brushes without cleaning them, they are transferring bacteria to your products, thereby tainting them too.
5. Share makeup or applicator
Resist the urge to try a friend's new eyeshadow palette. The oils and bacteria on one person's skin may eventually get onto makeup, brushes, and then transfer to another person's face. These excess oils can clog the pores and cause breakouts.
6. Sleeping with makeup on
Sleeping with makeup is really bad, as your pores get will get clogged, you might wake up with acne, dryness, or dull skin!
Make sure to clean all cosmetics, sweat, and dirt on your face and neck every day!
7. Your hair products
Many thick and greasy hair products, such as pomades and gels that can drip onto your skin and clog pores. If you've noticed breakouts along your hairline, neck, and back, there's a chance it could be from your products.
8. Your hands
Always wash your hand before touch your face!
Touching your face with dirty hands can spread dirt, oil, and bacteria from your hands to your face, which can lead to clogged pores and breakouts.
9. Rubbing sweat on your face during exercise
To remove sweat during a workout, use a clean towel and gently pat the sweat from your skin. Using a dirty towel to roughly rub away sweat can irritate your skin, which can cause breakouts.
10. Too much dairy products
Milk and dairy products often contain growth hormones and other known inflammatory substances, which can cause clogged pores. Although this may be difficult, if you experience a breakthrough after consuming ice cream, yogurt, or any other dairy-containing product, it's best to cut it down!

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It's time to get rid of those nasty pimples!
Here are some products that can help prevent acne.
1) (Dr. Wonder) Trouble Out Wonder Cleanser
Specially formulated for acne-prone skin!! 
Cleanse and exfoliate 2 in 1 product 
Consist of Salicylic acid (0.5%)
Remove dead skin smoothly and melt sebum inside pores to soothe skin and prevent acne.
How to use it?
1. Squeeze an appropriate amount of product.
2. Create a thick and rich lather and massage on the face.
3. Rinse off with lukewarm water.
2) (Dr. Wonder) Black Out Daily Cleanser
A daily cleanser & real charcoal mask
Black Out Daily Cleanser removes:
1. Dead skin
2. Whiteheads
3. Blackheads
Black ingredients that purify pores (charcoal powder, volcano ash extract, sea silt) these black ingredients absorb sebum and purify pores for deep cleansing
Recommended for those who worry about oily skin that produces whiteheads/ blackheads & those who use nose packs to clear clogged pores

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