Best steps to avoid wintertime acne

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Some may think that the summer months is the only time of year where people deal with acne.  But that’s not the case.  The cold temperatures during the winter and early spring months can worsen acne and spur new pimples.

Many skin care professionals believe that the reason for wintertime acne breakouts is the mixture of cold weather coupled with indoor heated rooms. 

“The drastic change between outdoor and indoor temperatures is causing dead skin cells and debris to clog your pores, “said Skin Care Heaven’s spokesperson.  “These clogged pores will cause acne in no time at all.”

Skin Care Heaven, an e-commerce skin care store and storefront in San Diego, offers products to help those with acne. And this includes seasonal acne, as well.

“Skin care technology has come a long way and there are actually two devices that can really help acne sufferers,” said the spokesperson.  “The first is a Clarisonic Cleansing System to ensure a good cleaning of your skin and pores and the other is LED light treatment from LightStim.”

LightStim is being called a great skin care device that can heal and prevent acne.  Its combination of blue, red, and infrared wavelengths assists with the following:

* Calms redness and inflammation brought on by acne

* Clinically demonstrated to destroy acne bacteria, P. acnes

* Decreases pore size

* Helps heal acne scars

* Treats blackheads

“While skin care devices are excellent in the fight against acne, using good topical skin care treatment is essential,” said the spokesperson. “What works best is an acne treatment system and they can cost anywhere from $35 to $150.”

The best acne treatments include:

* Dermalogica Clean Start Kit

* Obagi Clenziderm MD

* Skin Care Heaven Basic Acne Clarifying System

“When shopping around for the right acne treatment system, it’s important to find products that stop breakouts, but at the same time, help keep your skin hydrated,” she added. “A great system will include a deep pore cleanser, a daytime and nighttime topical, and even a mask that absorbs excess oil.”

The right skin care regimen can stop acne in its tracks.

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