Chin Breakouts: The Reason Why They Won’t Go Away

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Your chin area is sometimes looking smooth as can be with your chin being pimple-free and happy as can be! You go to sleep in a terrific mood only to awaken with what seems to be a mountain of zits all over your chin. Your jawline looks like a pepperoni pizza exploded all over it! You put faith and trust into your acne products, hoping that this will do the trick. However, nothing seems to happen! The chin pimples just won’t disappear.

If this has ever happened to you, symptoms then I’m sure you’re just as upset as the next person. I’m going to give you some insight as to why this might happen. According to renowned Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer, this type of breakout doesn’t actually have anything to do with acne at all.

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Many people often misdiagnose a condition known as perioral dermatitis thinking that it’s nothing other than typical acne.

Since this skin condition isn’t acne at all, that would pretty much explain why many of the acne products that you use to treat common pimples would not work. In fact, it’s quite possible that you’re making your perioral dermatitis worse by applying acne products to the area.

What you need to know is that just treating the symptoms isn’t the answer either. It’s definitely not a cure and won’t help prevent symptoms from occuring. Recommended treatment would be to apply a prescription strength corticosteroid cream to the affected area.

What Exactly Causes Perioral Dermatitis To Form?

According to Dr. Harold Lancer, environmental elements such as humidtiy and stress can impact things significantly. Both can cause the overgrowth of bacterial yeast which can quickly turn into perioral dermatitis.

The best approach is to start making changes to your lifestyle in order to prevent outbreaks from occurring. It all starts with proper diet and nutrition. I’m talking about totally eliminating the use of caffeine, dairy, and even reducing your carb intake as much as possible. If you do have a perioral dermatatis outbreak, you can gently apply an anti-fungal treatment as well as a hydrocortisone cream to the area. Do this a couple times each day for two days and it should help out quite a bit!

Back to my main point here, take a closer look at chin breakouts that won’t go away. Chances are it’s not acne or what you think it might be!

Chin Breakouts: The Reason Why They Won’t Go Away
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Brandon Sirrico is a well-versed marketing expert with a background in finance. He holds an MBA from Florida International University and an undergrad from Northeastern. A former bodybuilder, he's a dedicated gym rat who provides many updates on health and diet as well as reactions to trending skin care topics.

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