Skin impurities always occur at the sebaceous follicles. These follicles, which are made up of a small hair and a sebaceous gland, are found mainly on the face, chest and back. If the follicle channel becomes blocked or if bacteria get into the pores, a blackhead will appear.
Tight clothing and sweat stress the skin, primarily on the back. Your skin then reacts quickly by producing impurities. To avoid this, wash your back regularly with an exfoliating glove when showering. This gently removes dead skin cells and the pores do not block up as easily.
Moisturise your skin after exfoliating with a light body lotion that will rehydrate your skin
Your personal skin type, damaging environmental influences, an unhealthy lifestyle, stress and hormone fluctuations are responsible for skin impurities when you are an adult.
In addition to environmental factors like UV rays or fine dust, hormonal fluctuations are also frequently triggers for spots and impurities.
The balance between female and male hormones in a woman’s body shifts in certain phases, e.g. before her period. The skin reacts by producing impurities.
During pregnancy, hormones often go crazy. If you have blemished skin on your face, your upper chest area or back, you should have your thyroid examined, as it controls the balance of hormones in your body. The thyroid hormones have a long-term effect on the condition of your skin and affect the way you look.