20 January 2014

Dealing with adult acne


Skincare is one of my favourite aspects of beauty to blog about and I love trying new products and brands. I often receive tweets or emails asking for product recommendations, and I always love recommending my favourite products – but if someone doesn’t have the same skin type as me; it can be a little bit harder to recommend the right product for their skin. I have quite a few books on skincare, and it’s a topic I really enjoy learning more about, particularly where different skin types are concerned because it’s all new to me, Miss Oily. I was recently introduced to an e-book that I wanted to share with you all – as I know I have a lot of readers who suffer from acne, who might find this super helpful!  Many people presume that acne only occurs during our teenage years, a by-product of puberty – but in actual fact adult acne affects one in five adult females. When acne can be extremely painful, uncomfortable and affect your confidence, acne can be distressing for those who have it.

Written by Lauren Jane Williams for Courthouse Clinics, Acne is an e-book guide to keeping confident even in times of skin-crisis and when your skin is misbehaving most. Written with tips on treatments that could benefit your acne, what you can do to help prevent future break outs as well as little changes you can make. A super interesting part of the e-book for me, are the facts and statistics. So many facts and statistics about women, how women feel, what women think and feel. There is a lot of pressure on women to succeed, to look beautiful, to do well, it’s no wonder when our skin plays up that we can be left feeling a little less than perfect.

Beautifully visual, I found the Acne e-book a really fab read and I've also downloaded it and printed it off for future reference. It’s fantastically easy to read and understand, the information is clear and easy to understand; it would be beneficial for anyone with acne, regardless of age. But for those of you out there who suffer with adult acne, this is a marvellous read. It’s completely free – you just download it! A must-read for anyone dealing with acne that needs a bit of help in making their skin happier. 

Read the e-book Acne by Lauren Jane Williams (link)
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22 comments

  1. Thanks for the great tip. I had really bad acne as a teenager but when I started birth control, it evened out a bit more. My skin still breaks out from time to time but it's nowhere near how bad it was in high school. I am worried though that once I go off the pill, it will be back with a vengeance so this is definitely an interesting read for me.

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    1. You're welcome Jessie, I'm glad the e-book is interesting to you and I hope it helps prevent future outbreaks :) xo

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  2. I should really invest in this. I swear I just have problem skin - everyone said I would grow out of it, well, I haven't done yet!! It's nothing like as bad as it used to be since I started using decent skincare, but I still don't feel like I'll ever have really nice skin! xoxo
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    1. You don't need to invest - It's absolutely free! :) xo

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  3. Definitely going to check this out, i have suffered with terrible acne and it really does affect your confidence! Thanks for this :) xx
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    1. You're welcome Nicole, I hope it helps :) xo

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  4. I think I'm going to download this one - 30 with acne ain't fun.

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    1. I can imagine - I really hope you find the e-book useful! xo

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  5. Downloaded! After nearly two years of good normal skin, my bastard acne is back with vengeance! I forgot how blooming painful it is, and I'm going through concealer like there's no tomorrow! Thanks Sophia xx

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    1. You're welcome Vanessa, I hope it helps! Check out the Clear Skin Cookbook too, as that'll have lots in there about battling acne and preventing future breakouts xo

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  6. I'll definitely be downloading this later - thank you for sharing! I have a few small blemishes on my face which don't really bother me, but my worst and most confidence shattering is spots and scars on my back. It's awful, and I hate it, so hopefully this book will give me some tips for helping it that I've not already tried!

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    1. You're welcome Carly, I'm glad to see so many people have found it helpful! I hope the e-book can give you some help and advice and point you in the right direction! xo

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  7. This is such a good post and such an insightful ebook which makes you feel great! I have suffered with blemishes as long as I could remember and its great to read for advice!

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    Livvy x

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    1. Thanks Livvy. I agree, the e-book is very insightful, even to someone like me who doesn't suffer from acne. So glad to hear you enjoyed reading it! xo

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  8. Acne: Bane of my existence.

    For about eight months or so, I've been told, repeatedly, to clean up my diet because that's what's clogging my pores. Horseradish! Horseradish, I say!

    Thank you for sharing that, Sophia. Definitely looking forward to using some of those tips.

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    1. Diet does have a massive effect on our skin and how it behaves, but it's not always the sole cause :) Glad you found my post helpful! xo

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  9. Ah man, acne just never wants to go away, it is such a little bugger! Will definitely check out the e-book, thanks for sharing! :) x

    www.natalielovesbeauty.com

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    1. You're welcome Natalie, I hope it helps! xo

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  10. This is exactly what I need! Thank you for sharing this little gem with us, Sophia!
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    1. You're welcome Charleigh. I know a lot of my readers suffer from acne, so I knew it would be helpful :) Hope it helps xo

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  11. Thanks for sharing, this topic is related to me :)

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