July 9, 2012
One of the cutest styles for hair this season are heavy cropped bangs. While this strikingly sophisticated look complements oval and heart-shaped faces, it can also have a dark side. Unwanted blemishes and acne can quickly sprout up at the edge of your hairline.
This unfortunate side effect is caused by the constant interaction between hair and skin. Cast-off debris from hair products can deposit into your pores, causing irritation and eventual outbreaks. If you love your new look, you may be hesitant to get rid of your bangs. Instead, you can try minimizing the amount of product you apply to your strands, which can lead to the reversal of acne. You can also try an exfoliating serum to slough away dead skin cells lingering on the upper surface of your complexion.
If neither quite works for you, try treating unwanted acne as it appears on specific spots with a body skincare product like Bliss No Zit Sherlock Spot Treatment. Containing salicylic acid that can help eliminate unwanted dirt and oils, this spot-specific treatment acts like a bull's eye for stubborn blemish areas.