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Collagen For Acne: Does it Work For Hormonal Acne?

Acne is a common problem that many people suffer from. Whether it’s hormonal acne, or another variation, such as cystic acne, spots and blemishes can negatively impact our self-esteem partially if they leave behind scarring. In this article, we will be looking at the difference between cystic and hormonal acne, how to treat hormonal acne and what liquid collagen can do for people suffering from this issue. 

What Is The Difference Between Cystic Acne And Hormonal Acne?

Cystic acne is one of the more serious, yet common types of acne. It develops when cysts form on the deeper levels of your skin. This can be from a combination of things; bacteria build-up, oil, and clogged pores. In most cases, cystic acne looks like pus-filled pimples, which can be painful and may cause inflammation of the surrounding skin. 

However, hormonal acne is different and may need to be treated slightly differently. It's important to note that both men and women can suffer from hormonal acne, as both go through hormonal changes which can impact the skin. This can be down to many factors, such as pregnancy, stress, or just general ageing. Hormonal changes in the body can cause a  rise in androgens, such as testosterone, which can be a trigger for hormonal acne. Enhanced testosterone production can mean the body has a higher sebum production, which can change skin cell activity. Through this, we may see inflammation and bacteria growth, which leads to more potential for acne. 

How Can You Treat Hormonal Acne?

Hormonal acne can lead to acne scarring, which as well as generally irritating the skin, can also make us feel self-conscious about our appearance. It’s important to combat hormonal acne early when you first start seeing signs to avoid any permanent marks being left on your skin. 

Hormonal acne

One of the key ways to do this is to have a good skincare routine that works for your skin type. Some beauty products on the market can be strong, which can cause further irritation and dryness of the skin. This can in turn lead to the skin working overtime to produce more oil, which can then lead to further acne breakouts. 

Always do your research and check product ingredients thoroughly before purchasing! Picking a product with the incorrect active ingredients may have a knock-on effect, and may have no effect on your hormonal acne. It's vital that you understand what type of acne you are fighting before shopping around, and figuring out what skincare routine you need. 

Does Liquid Collagen Help With Hormonal Acne? 

Liquid collagen has been known to help with most types of acne, including hormonal. Acne can cause quite a lot of harm to the skin, which can lead to scarring and future breakouts, as the thinnest layer takes most of the damage. Liquid collagen has often been associated with the healing process. With added ingredients such as aloe vera and retinol, our Original and Revive Collagen Enhanced Plus help to soothe skin whilst promoting skin renewal and regeneration. This not only leaves the skin looking brighter, but also aids in the healing process from a bad acne breakout. 

Liquid collagen

When our body encounters an offending agent, such as a virus or general bacteria, it activates its immune system. One of the body's first responders is its inflammatory cells. Inflammation of the body can be another cause of acne. Liquid collagen can help support our immune systems, and ensure that our body has everything it needs to reduce inflammation. With added vitamins such as B6 & B12, Revive Liquid Collagen can contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system, including aiding in typical red blood cell formation, psychological function, and the workings of the nervous system. 

But don’t just take our word for it! Chloe, one of our lovely reviewers has said “Life changing! Since using revive collagen I see a huge change in my skin, my acne has cleared and my overall complexion is glowing! You can see such a difference. I am in love with Revive Collagen.”

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