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WOMAN, 40 YEARS OLD AND PIMPLES ON HER CHIN? READ THIS👇🏼

Being an adult woman and even being over 40 years old and having pimples on your chin is much more common than you thought. Discover the best tips to free yourself from those very specific breakouts.

Hormonal changes, sleep problems and external agents such as lifestyle, stress or an unbalanced diet are the most common causes of this problem.

ACNE ON THE CHIN DUE TO MENSTRUATION

Among the most common causes of pimples on the chin, jawline or neck is hormonal imbalance. characteristic of women during menstruation.

During the menstrual cycle , hormones increase oil in the skin and affect mood. This makes the skin and mood more sensitive . And if your skin is prone to acne, even more so.

Plus, your body retains more fluid . This is the reason why you feel more bloated .

Hormonal acne can affect any skin type, although acne-prone skin can be made even worse by hormonal fluctuations.
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Acne on the chin, jawline or neck in women's adulthood is more common than you think.

Sometimes retaining water improves the skin. However, increased progesterone can cause more oil in the skin. This clogs the pores and makes it easier for bacteria to accumulate . When this occurs, an acne breakout appears, known as menstrual acne .

SPINLES IN MENOPAUSE

Even if you are not so young anymore, you can still have pimples on your chin. This could be hormonal acne , related to hormonal changes in women over 40. It is common, since hormones are altered during menstruation , menopause or polycystic ovary syndrome .

Hormonal acne can be aggravated in oily skin or with the use of comedogenic cosmetic products that clog skin pores.

During perimenopause , estrogen levels decrease before the menstrual cycle stops. This process can cause symptoms such as hot flashes , sleeping problems , headaches , mood and skin changes , affecting quality of life.

In this period, which can last between 7 and 14 years, there is a drop in estrogen levels , but testosterone levels are maintained .

Skin that does not regenerate well can cause pores to become clogged. This can cause pimples to appear on the chin , other parts of the face, neck and back , as well as blackheads.

After the age of 40, the decrease in estrogen during perimenopause or menopause slows down the skin regeneration process, clogging the pores.
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PIMPLES ON THE CHIN DUE TO STRESS

Stress causes more sebum to be produced in response to the dehydration caused by the rise in cortisol, thus facilitating the development of bacteria and the imbalance of the protective barrier .

In addition, stress alters the skin's immune response , which can be the source of other skin health problems such as rosacea or eczema .

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GRAINS DUE TO POOR FACIAL CLEANING

We always insist on the importance of a correct daily cleaning routine. It is vital as it is the only way to keep skin healthy and beautiful, free of dead skin cells that clog pores and help reduce the appearance of pimples on the chin.

Include in your care routine products that respect your skin and its balance, preferably natural . And don't forget to clean twice a day , in the morning and at night .

Integrate non-comedogenic moisturizing creams into your skin care routine, that is, they do not clog pores.

These creams are less likely to cause acne breakouts and help keep your skin well hydrated without making chin pimples worse.

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With each application, these powerful ingredients are activated to deeply cleanse the skin , remove dead skin cells and regenerate it.

In addition, oat seed extract exerts an incredible moisturizing, soothing and repairing effect on the skin , helping to restore the skin barrier .

Thanks to its physiological pH, far from drying or irritating, it leaves the skin soft , hydrated and with a wonderful feeling of well-being.

HOW TO PREVENT PIMPLES ON THE CHIN?

- Clean your face well with specific products morning and night and with warm water, without neglecting the jaw area. Try to wash it from the bottom up , starting at the neck, and moving up the face using gentle circular movements .

-Keep it free of dead cells . Include OhMyKoko's Exfoliating Renewing Facial Cleansing Gel in your daily routine to clean and exfoliate your skin while respecting its integrity.

-Use OhMyKoko's pore-purifying exfoliating facial toner , in addition to toning and hydrating your skin, it contains fruit acids that help eliminate dead cells and is antimicrobial , ideal for skin with excess oil.

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PAINFUL PIMPLES ON THE CHIN?

Add the OhMykoko Purifying Exfoliating Toner to your daily cleansing routine. It contains glycolic acid from sugar cane that will help reduce inflammation and eliminate bacteria without drying out the skin.

- Conserve your skin's water resources . It is essential to maintain your hydration without increasing irritation or worsening pimple problems. Drink enough water and use OhMyKoko Pore Minimizing Sebum Regulator Serum to deeply hydrate your skin, control excess sebum and combat aging.
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- Includes a balanced diet . Don't forget to include five pieces of fruit and vegetables a day , especially green leaves and legumes. Avoid dairy products that could cause inflammation.

- Avoid gestures that favor the transfer of bacteria , such as resting your chin on your hand.

Establishing a proper cosmetic routine is essential for skin care, regardless of the type of skin you have.

It includes hydroxy acids such as salicylic acid and other fruit acids that unclog pores and prevent the appearance of pimples.

Remember, if the outbreak is very severe , you should go to the dermatologist .

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