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Acne and pimple are very common skin problems affecting every girl and even boys these days. It is becoming the reason for under confidence in young adults because of its demanding attention. For some the problem could be mild while for others it might lead to serious skin infection and ugly scarring, disfiguring your beauty. However there are a lot of easy, affordable and effective creams in the market that are coming out to be really helpful.

 But let us know when these creams should be used and how.

Anti-marks creams should be used in case of:-

  1. Pimples- I know the word scares you in the first instance itself because it is every girl’s (even boys’) nightmare. Pimples are these stubborn spots on your face arriving during puberty that is in between 12 to 15 years of age or even after that. These marks occur when there is any abnormality in the sebaceous gland.
  1. Acne – Acnes are the unofficial and uninvited first cousins of pimples which arrive when pimples fail to do their job of ruining are faces. Acnes are curable but take a looooooonnngggg time to disappear. They seem to be small and harmless on our faces but are the king of all bad face marks.

  1. Spots- Dark spots, patches and other marks on the face may be due to excess secretion of melanin on the skin. They are not usually conspicuous in people with dark complexions but are easily visible in fair complexion. These spots spoil the elasticity of our skin and welcome the early arrival of wrinkles. (They are really bad)

  1. Blackheads – Blackheads are the third unannounced guest on our pretty faces after (of course) pimples and acne. They are tiny, dark spots that appear on the surface of your skin, mainly on the nose and especially with those having oily skin. Blackheads can be called first stage acne, before bacteria enters the clogged pores.
  1. Blemishes – Blemishes are skin imperfections like acne-marks, pigmentation marks and dark spots. So basically they are the combination of all the face marks we talked about above. Blemishes are usually caused by oil-clogged pores and stress.
  1. Stretch marks – Stretch marks happen when your body grows faster than your skin can keep up with. This causes the elastic fibers just under the surface of the skin to break, resulting in stretch marks. About 90% of women get them sometime after their sixth or seventh month of pregnancy or after the delivery of the baby.

  1. Wrinkles – Wrinkles are a sigh of growing age (to be read old age). They are caused by thin and saggy skin which gets exploited due to age. Wrinkles are usually seen on face, neck and back.

So now that you know when to use these anti mark creams, don’t forget to pick the best one for yourself!

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