Popping chin blackheads.


    It’s not enough just to cleanse and moisturize; teens also need to protect their skin from sun damage by applying sunscreen before going outdoors or spending time in direct sunlight. Look for sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher that offers broad spectrum protection from both UVA and UVB rays. Reapply every two hours when you’re outside during peak hours of sunshine (10am – 4pm). It is also important to wear protective clothing such as hats, sunglasses and long sleeves if possible when spending extended periods outside in direct sunlight. 

    Exfoliate Gently

    Exfoliating helps remove dead skin cells which can clog pores and lead to breakouts. However, it’s important to exfoliate gently as over-exfoliating can cause redness and irritation on the skin’s surface. Look for exfoliators that contain natural ingredients like jojoba beads or oatmeal which are gentle enough for everyday use if needed. 

    ALSO READ  Severe cystic acne.


    Following an effective skincare routine is key for keeping teenage skin healthy and clear. Make sure to cleanse regularly using a gentle cleanser, use moisturizer daily, wear sunscreen when going outside, and exfoliate gently once or twice per week if needed. With these tips in mind, you should be able to develop an effective skincare routine tailored specifically for your needs!