My 13-year-old daughter is beginning to worry about her face. She has pimples on the forehead, cheek and even scalp. I advise her to use anti-bacterial facial scrub to wash her face. Itâ€™s the same facial solution that I use to minimize my acne problem. She has delicate skin and I don’t want her to apply anything (except for the facial scrub) on her young skin that may damage it. When sheâ€™s older and earning her own money maybe she can afford to undergo acne light. For now, I can recommend her to follow these useful tips to achieve a pimple free skin.
Wash you face especially in the morning and before bed; drink plenty of water; eat healthy foods; have enough sleep and rest; and do not prick you pimples (daughter I hope youâ€™re reading this).
Wiktionary.org describes acne as a skin condition, usually of the face, that is common in adolescents. It is characterised by red pimples, and is caused by the inflammation of sebaceous glands through bacterial infection.