Skincare

acne

  • Acne Is No Small Problem

    June is National Acne Awareness Month, so acne is the now buzzword in the skincare industry. You must have seen many product ads and read some blogs on acne and may be struggling to make sense of the information overload. We are here to help you drill down to the fundamental issues of acne by bringing you evidence-based information on acne. The Butter Bar Skincare is a business that practice corporate social responsibility. We don’t just sell you skincare products with guaranteed quality and potency, we empower you with information and education on skin problems our products treat. This helps to dispel myths and resolve misconceptions about skin problems that could influence poor decisions and negative help-seeking habits. Read on to understand that Acne Is No Small Problem and experience the power of our skincare products (Acne Kits & Bundles) in clearing dark spots (hyperpigmentation) and reducing scarring caused by acne.

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  • Before You Pop Your Pimple, Read This

    Do you remember the first time you noticed a small skin blemish on the face?  How quickly did you realize it was what is known as pustule, a pimple aka acne? Did you resist picking, popping or squeezing it? Did the small blemish steadily enlarge as if defying your control measures (picking/squeezing)? Did you worry that more of the same blemish could erupt and enlarge to cover wider skin areas causing you, discomfort pains,  and cosmetic concerns? 

    Acne is considered by many as a minor skin problem. However, a review of medical literature on acne, its complications and health dangers prove that acne is no small skin problem. Chances are that you have popped a pimple and didn’t experience any serious complications. Read this before you ever pop another pimple again...

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  • Effective Home Remedies for Acne

    Acne develops when pores become clogged or infected with bacteria. Which essentially the pores in your skin get clogged with oil and dead skin cells. Each pore is connected to a sebaceous gland, which produces an oily substance called sebum.

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  • What is Your Acne Telling You?

    Acne occurs when the sebaceous glands produce too much oil, clogging pores and trapping sebum and dead skin cells. As a result, pimples and blackheads form which can range in levels of severity. Sometimes we think the problem behind our acne is a hormonal imbalance, but this can’t be true every time.  View Post
  • What You Should Know About Chin Acne

    Most of us with acne have heard of the T-zone, an area which typically produces more oil and thus, more acne. The T-zone is the area encompassing your forehead and nose.  View Post
  • Steps to Healthy and Youthful Skin for Men

    Men making a conscious choice to take care of their skin is just as important as getting to the gym, eating right, and getting plenty of sleep each night. Healthy and youthful skin for men is also a turn on to women. View Post
  • How to Use Double Cleansers to Remove Makeup

    What exactly is double cleansing? Double cleansing is a Korean beauty, or K-beauty, skin care trend that’s taking over the beauty scene. The regimen is just what you may think, cleansing twice in your skin care routine. Skin-care routines can be serious rituals, but they are oh so necessary in your skincare regimen. The concept is to first use a no-rinse cleanser, like a cleansing oil, which is to remove any surface makeup, dirt, impurities or excess oils.  View Post
  • Why You Should Always Remove Your Makeup

    While it may become a habit to fall off to sleep with a face full of foundation, blush, and mascara, completely removing your makeup before going to bed is essential to your skin’s appearance and health. It is very important to remove makeup before going to bed, because it can cause extensive damage to your skin during the night. So that’s a habit you want to change immediately.  View Post