Tired of body acne? Beware of these causes, discover its health treatments | Health

Acne, discoloration, or accelerated aging are all the result of toxins that are not eliminated from the body and are often deposited in fatty tissue and in the skin. Speaking of acne, it is one of the predominant chronic skin diseases in the world that create changes not only throughout the body but also in the skin environment and can lead to pH imbalance, inflammation, differences in circulation or excessive production of oil (sebum).

Although the face is a common site for acne, our back, chest, and shoulders can also be affected as they also have oil-secreting glands or hair follicles. According to England’s National Health Service, back acne affects more than half of people with acne.

The bacteria, or as back acne is sometimes referred to, can be particularly bothersome, while the severity of the condition can vary depending on specific lifestyle choices. Tired of body acne? Katrina Kaif’s fitness trainer Yasmin Karachiwala reveals the causes and treatment of body acne, after consulting with experts, and we take notes.

Taking to her social media account, Yasmin shared a dramatic video where she can be seen watching a trainee in her Pilates studio as he performs a standing row of cables. Halfway through, the guy takes off his jacket which highlights the acne on his shoulders.

It was then that Yasmin’s friend and dermatologist, Dr Jaishree Sharad, joined her to share the causes and cures for body acne. “Yes, yes, of course, there are a lot more but these are the most common”, revealed Yasmin in legend.

Causes of body acne:

1. Genetics

2. Hormonal imbalances

3. Oil massage

4. Sweat during workouts or in the heat

5. Protein supplements and anabolic steroids

Body Acne Treatments:

1. Avoid oil massages

2. Shower immediately after training

3. Avoid wearing sweaty clothes

4. Reduce protein as a casein intake

5. Take the medications prescribed by the dermatologist

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