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Tips And Tricks On How To Get Rid Of Chest Acne

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Acne is one of the most common skin problems people encounter. It does not matter whether people are in their teenage years or in their adult years, people can be affected with this condition. In order to find the proper treatment of your problem you should be aware of chest acne causes. 



Reasons For Acquiring Chest Acne

The chest and neck areas are very intimate places. With no doubt everyone agrees that pimples on chest look really unaesthetic. And it’s not our fault because pimples can occur anywhere on our skin, where there are pores that produce sebum. And if sebaceous glands get clogged, acne can appear on any part of the body. So what causes acne on chest?

1. Hormonal imbalance is one of the causes of pimples on chest. Hormonal disorders change sebum production and local immunity. In case hormonal changes are caused by natural causes (for example lactation or pregnancy), such rashes will disappear on their own almost completely as soon as hormonal balance gets normal again.

2.What else causes pimples on chest? Reproductive system diseases and disorders may cause acne on chest. Some girls experience acne before the periods. Later such rashes are naturally gone by themselves. It can also be regarded as hormone fluctuations.

3.Many researches consider stress as a cause of acne on the chest. In case they are caused by stress, pimples may appear simultaneously on the chest and on the back along your spine.

Immune deficiency and nasty forms of 4.uncompensated diabetes can also lead to acne on chest.

5.Rashes of various degrees of severity may be a sign of an allergic reaction (you may be allergic to any drug or to any care product, cosmetics or food you consume).

6.Red rashes can occur as a result of cold-related diseases.

7.Lack of attention to elementary personal hygiene is often a cause of acne on chest.

8.Often clogged sebum and sweat glands are the causes of acne on chest. A large number of small whitehead pimples can occur on your skin as the result of such problem.

9.Pimples on chest can appear as a kind of allergic reaction to any perfume or cosmetic product.

Remedies For Chest Acne

1.Egg Whites

The great thing about egg whites is that most of the time, it is available inside your house. Aside from the fact that it can help the skin have the various nutrient and minerals that it needs, it can also be effective in getting rid of the scars left behind by the other pimples that have already healed.


1.Get an egg and separate the yolk from the egg white.

2.Whisk the egg whites until they become fluffy.

3.Place the whisked mixture on the face.

4.You can add it layer by layer as each layer dries out.

5.Pat dry with the use of a soft and clean cloth.


You may not be aware about this but your toothpaste can be very effective in getting rid of chest acne. Aside from the fact that it can clean the teeth, its micro bacterial properties can also help get rid of the bacteria causing acne found in the chest area.


1.Before going to bed at night, place the toothpaste on the affected area of the chest.

2.Make sure that you apply it thoroughly and leave it on overnight.                                                                        

3.In the morning rinse it off with cold water.

4.Do this every day until the acne dries out.

Remember toothpaste can be quite irritating on the skin, so it is important that you use this treatment sparingly, using the correct technique. Read on this guide before you try this method.

3.Baking Soda

If you would like to exfoliate your skin, you can use baking soda on the skin. It can help make sure that the pores will be removed thoroughly. It also has some anti inflammatory properties that can help reduce the amount of acne that you have.


1.Mix in baking soda with a little bit of water.

2.Mix them together and place it on the affected area.

3.Leave the baking soda with water for about 10 minutes.

4.Rinse it off with warm water.

This can be done about twice a week. 

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