What It Is
Throughout your life, it is extremely likely that you’ll suffer from congested skin at one point or another. Skin congestion refers to skin that is rough in texture and often has lots of visible open pores. Your skin can become congested as a result of your lifestyle choices, the environment you live in or even the products that you use as part of your daily routine. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to combat skin congestion and you can have your skin looking hydrated and healthy in no time!
If you are unsure whether you are suffering from congested skin, you can tell by running your hand across your face. If the texture of your skin feels uneven or bumpy then there is a good chance that it has become congested.
Why It Happens
Skin congestion describes the build-up of dead skin, sweat and sebum in your pores. As all of these things come together, it can become difficult for them to escape the pores of your skin – if they do become trapped, then blackheads can begin to form and you may start to display an uneven skin texture or dull-looking skin! Congested skin is not the result of one thing, instead, it usually occurs when multiple things happen at once.
How it can be treated
You may have tried to tackle skin congestion before, and if you have, then you probably understand that it feels like a never-ending process. The products that work for your friends and family might not work for you. Before you even approach products, you should ensure that you have a healthy lifestyle, follow a well-balanced diet and are exercising regularly. Once these boxes have been ticked, you should look into creating a strict cleansing routine – this should include regular exfoliation, removing makeup with oil-based cleansers and using a soap-free purifying cleanser. Et voila – a return to happier, healthier skin!
More La Fuente Conditions
Wrinkles are perhaps the most commonly recognised side effect of ageing and can make their presence known across many different areas of the face as well several other parts of the body, including the hands, neck and forearms.
In simple terms, a scar is a mark that is left on the skin after a wound or injury has healed. Scars are completely normal and are actually part of the body’s natural healing process.
Volume loss describes the natural process of the facial skin becoming thinner and less supple over time.
Uneven Skin Tone
An uneven skin tone or a pigmentation disorder can affect the colour of your skin. Those who suffer from uneven skin tone will see patches of darker skin form on different parts of their body – these areas are often referred to as ‘aged skin’.