This is the question buzzing on the internet. Does biotin cause acne? Like any controversy there are three sides to the question. Ones who say undoubtedly it will cause acne. The other side that says how can a vitamin cause acne? It is found in so many good foods it cannot cause acne.
This is a really bizarre question to be asking. Does smoking weed cause acne?
Traditional sources of acne have always been a poor diet, pores clogging and bacteria causing acne grow on the skin. Traditionally, sugar was always a suspected culprit of acne as was oily skin. Now the debate includes weed as a source of acne when it is smoked. Certainly there are those who will swear that smoking weed will causes acne but the die hard weed fans will say weed smoking never cause acne it just gets the user high. Let’s explore the issue a little more and see what conclusion we come to. Does weed smoking cause acne?
Scientific proof Smoking Weed causes Acne
There is a scientific slant to this question as two dermatologists Dr. Bobby Buka and Dr. Ariel Ostad, talked about the effects weed smoking could have on your skin. The most potent ingredient in weed is what is known as tetrahydrocannabinol(a crystalline compound that is the main active ingredient of cannabis.) (THC may be the root cause of the acne formation.) If you smoke, inhale or breathe it there is an immediate increase in testosterone levels says Dr. Ostad. As this happens the increased testosterone levels can stimulate the oil glands to produce more sebum oil which can cause greater acne breakouts in people who are predisposed to acne. “People who are chronic users of marijuana can also experience hair loss on the scalp or even excess hair growth in other parts of their bodies due to this testosterone jump, Dr. Ostad adds. “I have seen acne and hair loss,” he says, “not a lot, but I’ve seen it.”
On the other side-”However, Dr. Buka says that the testosterone increase — which is in the order of 3 to 5 percent — is too marginal to cause a flare up of acne or unusual hair growth patterns. “We’re talking about buckets and buckets of weed,” he says. “Nothing any human could smoke.” (We’ll leave that judgement call to you.) So, you do you believe the one who says that chronic weed smokers can catch acne or the one who says no human could smoke the amount of weed it would take to produce acne.
As we noted earlier smoking cannabis (tall plant with a stiff upright stem, divided serrated leaves, and glandular hairs. It is used to produce hemp fiber and as a psychotropic drug. a dried preparation of the flowering tops or other parts of this plant, or a resinous extract of it (cannabis resin ), used (generally illegally) as a psychotropic drug, chiefly in cigarettes.) will raise the testosterone levels 3 to 5 percent which can be enough to increase sebum oil levels giving acne a prime feasting ground to develop in.
There is another angle that weed smoking can indirectly cause acne production. Weed has some compounds that cause euphoria and relaxation in users but in other users it causes anxiety, stress and even panic attacks. Anxiety is a well-known catalyst for acne because when the stress levels flare-up so does the acne breakouts.
The small testosterone spike that weed causes will throw the body into a hormonal imbalance and in healthy people this will have no effects on them. But what about people who smoke weed and are prone to acne? This slight hormonal imbalance will be enough to throw the sebum oil production into overdrive and people predisposed to acne well we know what will happen… So, if you have hormonal acne and you are considering taking up a career in smoking weed it would be advisable for you to stay away from cannabis. Is a few hours of euphoria worth risking a major acne breakout? You know the hassle that acne treatments are and on top of it you don’t want your face to look like a big pimple. We all know acne is embarrassing and makes us very self conscious. Even if your acne source is not hormonal and comes from other factors. Pot smoking may still lead to an increase in acne production.
Smoking weed can also aggravate existing acne. This because when you smoke weed the smoke will be absorbed by your skin as you exhale the weed smoke. This will damage your skin and it will aggravate any existing acne. It slows down the production of collagen because of hydrocarbons (hydrogen and carbon molecules combined) that are in the weed smoke. They are absorbed into the skin with the smoke. Once these chemicals are absorbed into the skin irritation will happen.
So, if you already have acne this will aggravate them more and make them more pronounced on the skin because of the increased irritation. Also, as we mentioned earlier collagen levels are lowered when the weed smoke is absorbed into the skin. This is not healthy for the skin because when the collagen levels are low cuts, wounds and pimples take longer to heal. Collagen helps to heal the skin quicker and repair the skin. It also keeps the elasticity in the skin and keeps it healthy. If you are a zit popper than once you pop those zits it will take longer for the zits go heal because of the reduced collagen levels in the skin. Inevitably this will cause the scarring to worsen on the facial skin.
The last thing anyone wants (especially a teenager) is to have scarred skin. So, if you are a pot smoker you may be facing this challenge especially if you have acne prone skin to begin with. It just is not worth it to smoke weed and be prone to increased acne breakouts directly or indirectly because of the weed smoking.
Another negative effect of smoking weed is a vitamin deficiency will occur. So, what you may be thinking what does a vitamin deficiency have to do with an increased risk of acne? If you smoke weed (and the more you smoke the worse it gets) you are depriving your body of vitally needed vitamin D. Vitamin D helps to keep the skin clear and healthy. In other words it reduces the risk of an acne breakout. You can bet without vitamin D in your system you will be predisposed to acne all the more. It can also lead to other skin conditions such as psoriasis and premature skin aging. It begs the question is the weed smoking worth these risks? Yes maybe weed is indirectly responsible for an increase in acne breakout but the treat is just as real.
Another bad effect of smoking weed is it suppresses the immune system. If the immune system is not operating at full strength the body is weakened. If the body is weakened it is harder for the body to fight off the acne-bearing bacteria. This immune system suppression is caused by the increased release of myeloid-derived suppressor cells or MDSC. These cells, as they are named, can suppress the immune system. As more bacteria proliferate on the surface of the skin acne will breakout. Acne can break out quickly after smoking weed as well.
This is another side effect of weed smoking. When you get high on weed you will develop an increased appetite. Foods will look better and taste better. The problem is these cravings draw you to foods full of fat and sugar. You know what happens when you eat too much sugar or foods full of grease and fat-acne explosion. This may be a an indirect cause of acne production from weed smoking but the reality is all too real. So does reduced collagen, suppressed immune system, acne irritation from weed smoke, and increased testosterone levels still make you think you cannot get acne from smoking weed?
In all fairness we must consider the other side that argues for that weed smoking doesn’t cause acne. This argument asserts that weed smoking does not conclusively increase testosterone levels in humans. It is said that weed smoking dose the complete opposite that it decreases testosterone levels. If this is the case then the levels will not increase and the body will not increase sebum oil levels. The oil cannot clog pores so acne has no way of appearing.
“Sup GC, so I’m starting to think that smoking Marijuana causes acne, I never really had much acne in my life, and since I started smoking pretty much everyday I have gotten acne. I took like a 2 week tolerance break once and didn’t really have any acne. I started smoking again and got acne frequently. BUT here the thing, I have some friends that smoke but have PERFECT skin. Some people say it DOES cause acne and some people say it DOESN’T. “
Here you have two opposite but clear cases. Some smoke it everyday and retain healthy skin but this guy smokes it everyday and has acne breakouts. He stops for a while and his skin clears up.
“I’ve smoked almost everyday for three years and never get a pimple except when camping.” Another user who smoked it almost everyday for three years and never had any acne breakouts from weed smoking.
“I’m 25 now, I don’t really get too much acne nowadays…but when I smoked in high school and shoot it did give me more acne. I could tell, bc when I stopped the acne went away, then started smoking again and it got worse.
So I would say yea, smoking weed could induce acne in some people. In your case it sounds like it could be possible.” This user smoked sounds like everyday in high school and developed acne but when he stopped the acne disappeared.
“Just be careful of what you are doing when you’re high. You tend to get greasy foods on your face and you might be touching your face without realizing it. Also keep up with hygiene. Don’t get lazy. I noticed my acne got worse not from smoking but from smoking and being careless. So I guess indirectly?”
This user thinks that weed smoking can cause acne indirectly when you let your hygiene slip while smoking weed.
“Atm I have a decently thick beard, so I can’t say.”
“But even when I go clean shaven (every couple of months) I don’t have any acne, and I’m a consistent smoker. It varies by person, you may just be more susceptible to breakouts, and I don’t mean that as a personal jab at you.”
This user says he doesn’t get acne from smoking weed but asserts the other user might be prone to acne and when he smokes the weed is a catalyst to greater acne breakouts.
“Yeah, try to stay away from fast food and all that nasty stuff.. It’s not necessarily the cannabis, but rather the smoke. Try blowing away from your face and not eating processed nasty baloney, crappy fatty food.”
This user seems to think that the weed smoke absorbed into the face will cause acne and that eating junky food while you are high on weed will cause acne breakouts.
“28 here, and weed smoke causing my acne certainly has crossed my mind. I’d honestly be surprised if it wasn’t the cause. I agree that it could possibly be indirectly, food/behavior, but considering I eat pretty decently am not in the middle of puberty and have at least average hygiene I doubt that’s my case. 90% of it is on my back, so the thought that smoke itself effects it seems off to me but everyone’s body is different. “
This user says the factors directly or indirectly that cause acne from weed smokin don’t affect him. He seems to think weed smoking is not responsible for acen in any way shape or form.
“Actually some cannabinoids are good for your skin and help acne.
that’s why there’s hemp acne cream. “
This user thinks that cannabis will improve your complexion and help your body get rid of acne not increase it.
“I had horrible cystic acne when i was in middle school, my face is still messed up looking in the right light because of the scars. that is the main reason why i have such horrible anxiety and social skills. but trust me if weed cause acne i would be the first person to be affected by it trust me haha. it is probably because you eat junk food when you’re high.”
This user from personal experience claims that weed smoking in no way causes an increase in acne breakouts. And his acne in middle school sounds like it was hormonal. And he definitely had acne prone skin.
“I eat pretty healthy (I actually go to a nutritionist). Just about every time I stray from what I’m supposed to eat, even just a snack, I break out a bit. So for me, it’s all in the food. Stuff like milk or bread–maybe people have very acute allergies to these things. Nothing major, but I believe this might be the cause for acne in many cases.
But really, I’m just guessing and using the little information I know from talking to my nutritionist. I’m not doctor. “
Sounds like this user just really doesn’t know if weed smoking causes acne or not.
“ayo gives you acne haha. Just a coincidence, but most likely the food you eat. Sk8njam is right, fruit tastes bomb when you’re high. Nice blueberries and raspberries all day. I have one day a week where i can eat crummy food though. Btw my skin is pretty much perfect, 1 or 2 spots now and again.”
This user in so many words says that acne breakouts and weed smoking are just a coincidence. The conclusion here is that weed has nothing to do with causing acne.
So the bottom line is who do you believe about whether weed smoking causes acne or not. The ones who say that weed smoking does not cause acne reference some generic studies that say weed does not increase testosterone levels but decreases it and therefore helps to decrease acne breakouts.
The side that says weed does cause acne for direct and indirect reasons give scientific reasons why weed smoking will cause an increase in acne breakouts. These arguments are pretty convincing because there seems to be solid scientific evidence that weed smoking does cause acne directly or indirectly.
The actual weed users are pretty much split 50-50 in saying that weed can cause acne or that weed cannot cause acne. They believe if you are acne prone weed will increase breakouts. Other users think it is the poor food you eat when you are under the influence of weed that causes the acne flare ups.
So, the bottom line is please read all these different arguments in this article and draw your own conclusions. Personally, this author believes that weed is directly and indirectly responsible for acne based on the above mentioned evidence.
No one likes to walk around with blotches of acne on their face. It draws attention to them and not the kind of attention we want. People look at the acne and point and stare. But for those of us who suger from severe acne problems their is hope for us. There are answers out here to help us clear our faces of acne. Look at the picture directly above she found a treatment that cleared up her acne. We will investigate the best face washes for acne.
What is acne
The occurrence of inflamed or infected sebaceous glands in the skin; in particular, a condition characterized by red pimples on the face, prevalent chiefly among teenagers. Here is a textbook definition of acne for you. Let us not fool ourselves for anyone can get acne not just teenagers. There are a few causes for acne including hormonal changes, eating unhealthy foods, thyroid problems, and an inactive lifestyle with poor eating habits. A lot of people at some point in their lives have or will have to deal with acne. Their are some fortunate people who go their whole life without struggling with acne.
Let us start out by saying that it is a balancing act to get your face cleansed because it depends on the skin type you have. If you find the right acne face cleanser and wash your face with it properly it will help to prevent breakouts on skin that is prone to having breakouts. You will leave your skin feeling clean, smooth and glowing. Best of all you rid your skin of that unsightly acne. You want to avoid using a rough cleanser because it will tend to make the skin breakout even more than normal. You will want to use a gentle cleanser that will thoroughly clean out the pores of oil and leaves your skin moist and feeling fresh and clean.
Ren Evercalm Gentle Cleansing Milk
This might be a unique proposition and that is using a cleansing milk. Whoever heard of a cleansing milk but it does work. These creamy cleansers don’t foam and this will make them feel more like moisturizers. They also don’t strip the skin of necessary moisture. You don’t feel like you have been out in the sun all day and your skin will not look like or feel like alligator leather. This gentle cleansing milk is free of alcohol, sulfates, parabens, and artificial fragrances that can irritate sensitive skin. It contains omega 3 and 7 fatty acids which reduce inflammatory and enhance the skin’s barrier over time. This means the skin will become resilient to breakouts and irritations over time. Calendula and chamomile soothe inflamed skin which helps to reduce redness associated with acne.
A Low-Foam Gel Cleanser That’s Packed With Superfoods
This is unique an acne foam gel cleanser that is packed with superfoods. Is it possible to eat this gel? This particular anti-oxidant rich gel goes on thick and goopy on your fingers. It gives a bit of a slip feeling in the fingers so your hands will glide the gel right over the affected areas of your face.
This Gentle Cleansing Balm disintegrates All Traces Of Makeup Without Clogging Pores
The last thing you want if you have acne-sensitive skin is to have your pores blocked. It is a sure thing that if your pores are blocked with dirt, oils or some other foreign substances you will have an acne breakout. You want to keep those pores open and clear of any type of dirt. This balm will help you to do that very thing. If you are a heavy or just a makeup user than this balm will really help to keep the pores clean.
It being oil based will work well with oily skin or if you wear makeup. Oil does stick to oil and you may think this will cause a greater breakout. It don’t because using an oil-based face wash is one of the best things you can do for your face. This is one of the best methods known to get rid of clogged pores. It will clear out the oil and save you from a fresh breakout of acne.
The balm starts out as a lump of lard but it quickly transforms into an oil that works deep into your pores to clean them out. It massages gently into the skin and it immediately goes to dispel acne from the skin. It has a gentle formula that will not irritate sensitive=skin types plus it contains no mineral oil. It also cleanses the pores of excessive build up and sebum.(an oily secretion of the sebaceous glands.)
A pH Balanced Foam Cleanser With BHA & Tea Tree Oil
Do you see what this face wash has in it? Yes, tea tree essential oil. For skin to do its optimum job in fighting off acne it must have a pH balance of five. But beware that cleansing the skin can throw off the pH balance. But this face cleanser not only cleanses the skin from acne but it also maintains the skin’s normal pH balance. It also has an arsenal of ingredients that fight off inflammatory and acne leaving your skin looking clear and radiant. It has a mild dose of BHA (a phenolic antioxidant C11H16O2 used especially to preserve fats and oils in food) and tea tree essential oil.
No-Rinse Micellar Water For The Most Sensitive Skin
What is so special about micellar water? It is much more than just a bottle of water. This is oddly enough a hybrid between an oil-based and water-based cleansers. Micellar waters gets their name from little micelles- tiny molecules- suspended in the solution. The micelles attach themselves to sebum and makeup and the water in the solution carries everything away.
Specifically, Bioderma Sensibio, a french pharmacy favorite is free of alcohol and will not irritate already sensitive skin. To use wet some pads and sweep it over your face until the pads do not pick up anymore dirt. For most people this means 2 or 3 pads.
A Six-Ingredient Gentle Cleanser That Can Even Remove Eye Makeup
This stuff is powerful if it can remove eye makeup as well. Indie Lee Rosehip cleanser is a mega cleanser to fight acne. Remember this that the less ingredients a cleanser ha in it it the better the chance your skin will not be sensitive to it. This particular gentle cleanser from eco-friendly Indie Lee has six ingredients in its makeup. The ingredients were carefully selected to remove excessive sebum and it nourishes and hydrates dry and sensitive skin. The light rose scent comes from rosehip essential oil which is known to fade post-acne marks.
April Skin Magic Stone Natural Cleansing Soap + Charcoal Soap
So you think you have found the best acne-resistant soap? You have not until you have tried April skin magic stone natural cleansing soap. Charcoal soap is thrown into the mix as well. The long-lasting bars are made from a blend of oils and clay that deeply cleanse the skin without causing dryness and irritation. What is the point of getting rid of acne if your skin will be left dry and irritated? The manufacturer recommends cleansing with the black bar instead of the gray bar in the morning. The black bar contains a lighter cleanse while the charcoal in it draws all the dirt deeply out of the skin pores. The gray bar is designed to perform a more thorough cleanse which will remove makeup perfect for the evening.
A Deep Cleansing Clay That’s Perfect For Oily Skin
Here we have another cleanser that contains clay. Clay is one of the most natural ways you can get rid of acne with. First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser With Red Clay is just the clay cleanser for you. The cleanser soaks up oil and dirt from the pores with the red clay and various mixing agents. It does so without leaving the skin feeling tight. The formula also contains liquorice extract which fades post acne marks over time. If you have a tendency to get acne you will like this extra feature. Glycerin keeps the skin hydrated and the green tea helps to soothe redness and irritation. You cannot go wrong with this cleanser.
A Soothing Self-Foaming Cleanser Infused With Green Tea Leaves
Neogen Real Fresh Foam Green Tea Cleanser disperses a nice rich, creamy foam into your hands right out of the bottle. The creamy foam contains a variety of rich botanical ingredients including green tea. If this is not enough green tea for you there is actually green tea leaves resting at the bottom of the bottle enriching the cleanser with hydrating and brightening qualities.
Facial Cleanser by Exposed Skin Care
Exposed skincare cleanser is a very effective agent for fighting acne. It comes with 0.5% salicylic acid in combination with natural sage extracts to detoxify skin. Which is a great help in preventing acne. The toxins are eliminated and the bacteria have nothing to grow on and acne cannot develop on the skin. It also carries pro-vitamin B5 which conditions the skin and regenerates it at the cellular level. The consistency of this product is rich but it did not dry out the skin. Plenty of moisture was left in the skin after using the product. It has a soap-free formulation which means it will not lather too much. It also has non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic properties.
Murad Clarifying Cleanser
One of the key ingredients in this product is silver nitrate which is very effective in eliminating acne. Silver Nitrate is so powerful it can eliminate 99.9 percent of acne causing bacteria. It breaks down the very makeup of the bacteria and neutralizes their names. In essence it kills bacteria. The product contains potent green tea properties which have powerful antioxidant abilities. Murad Clarifying Cleanser contains encapsulated salicylic acid which is a medical treatment that actively battles acne throughout the day. This product is also free from harmful ingredients such as parabens, sulfates and phthalates. It seems to be a favorite with dermatologists.
It is said to help acne prone subjects by reduce hyperpigmentations in just 4 weeks and Murad claims this benefit has been realized by 90 percent of its customers.
Coconut oil Face Wash
- 1 cup coconut oil
- 1 tbsp baking soda
- 5 drops lavender essential oil
- 5 drops frankincense essential oil
- 5 drops lemon essential oil
- Glass Jar
- (if acne prone, replace frankincense and lemon oils with 10 drops of tea tree essential oil)
- Melt the coconut oil in a pan over low heat
- Once melted, remove from heat and add in the remaining ingredients.
- Store in wash dispenser or air tight jar and keep it in a cool place
- Pure unfiltered apple cider vinegar
- Fresh water
- Wash your face with water and pat dry. Using a ratio of 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water, dip a cotton ball into vinegar and apply it directly to the blemish.
- Leave on for at least 10 minutes, or overnight. Reapply several times a day, washing face thoroughly after each time. Make sure to use a moisturizer afterwards as well if you feel like your skin is getting dry.
Cinnamon Acne Honey Facial Mask
- 2 tablespoons of honey
- 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
- paper towels
- Rinse your face with water and pat dry. Mix 2 tablespoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon together until they are thoroughly blended and have formed a sort of paste.
- Apply the mask to your face (or spot treat) and leave on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse off completely, and pat your face dry. This is a sticky mixture, so make sure you have some paper towels at on hand.
Yogurt Acne Face Wash
- 1 tablespoon plain low-fat or full-fat yogurt or milk, anything but skim
- 1 tablespoon of natural, raw, honey
- Let yogurt or milk come to room temperature (or close to) so you don’t get a chilly shock when you put it on your skin.
- Mix 1 tablespoon of milk or yogurt thoroughly with 1 tablespoon of honey. You can apply the mixture with a cotton pad, but scooping it up and patting it on works just fine as well.
- Let each layer dry before adding a new one, until the mask is the thickness you want. Let it sit for 10-15 minutes. Wash your mask off and use a washcloth to gently scrub in a circular motion, getting rid of loosened dead skin. Once you’re finished, moisturize as usual.
Egg White Acne Face Wash
- 2 to 3 egg whites, separated from yolks
- Rinse your face with water and pat dry. Separate the whites from the yolks. You can use as many as you like, but normally 2 to 3 is enough.
- Whisk the whites until they’re frothy, and let them sit for a few minutes. Cover your face with the mixture (applying with fingertips is easy) focusing on problem spots. 3 to 4 layers is usually enough, but make sure to wait the first has dried before applying more.
- Allow the mask to sit and dry for about 20 minutes before rinsing off completely with warm water and a patting dry with a soft washcloth. Apply moisturizer appropriate for your skin type.
Papaya Power Acne Face Wash
1 fresh papaya
- Rinse your face with water and pat dry. Mash up the flesh of the papaya well, until it is of a consistency that can be easily applied to your skin.
- Leave it on for 15-20 minutes, and then rinse off completely with warm water.
- If your skin has a tendency to get dry after you cleanse it, use a moisturizer appropriate for your skin type afterwards.
Orange Peel Acne Paste
- 2 Orange peels
- Clean, fresh water
- Rinse your face with water and pat dry. Grind/pound up your orange peels (you could use a blender, mortar and pestle, whatever gets the job done) and add a little water to create a paste. Add a little at a time, as too much will make it too thin and runny.
- Once you have the right consistency, apply it to your face and/or problem areas. Wait for 20-25 minutes. Ideally the mask should be firm, but it can still work if it isn’t.
- Rinse off completely with water, pat your face dry, and apply a good moisturize.
As we have said in the beginning of this article there are plenty of remedies out there to help you fight and eliminate acne and the marks it leaves in its aftermath. There are all kinds of treatments we have listed above to effectively help you beat acne once and for all. Remember you will not have acne for the rest of your life especially if you are a teenager. Take heart and try one of these helpful acne treatments.
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Now, comes the time to review which vitamin c serum will make your face the brightest, shiniest, and healthiest it can be. First off do these vitamin c serums really make a difference anyway? Are the more expensive ones really any better than the ones that are lower priced? If you use a vitamin c serum on your face will you expect to get immediate results? Obviously, this is what you want is the quickest results possible.
This begs another question which one of these serums will bring the fastest results and will these results be the desired ones. There could be side effects to using vitamin c serums for facial enhancement. They could be serious or they could be harmless. Remember this is your face we are talking about here and you don’t want to do anything that is irreversible to that face. The whole world will see that mistake but more importantly you have to live with that mistake and you will see that mistake every day in the mirror for the rest of your life. The point being is be careful which vitamin c serum you choose and be cautious how you use it. You could be better off to consult your doctor before using any type of vitamin c serum especially for your face. Let’s get to some reviews.
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Acne that nasty 4 letter word. You know the skin condition that leaves red bumps or sometimes mountains all over your face and sometimes your body.
Acne or pimples come in all sizes and shapes. No matter how big or how small they are embarrassing to have. Whether you’re ten or fifty no one wants to have acne. Most of the time it leaves us when we leave our teenage years. Unfortunately, sometimes it follows us into our college days and beyond. Our faces can be as radiant as the non sun and as clear as glass but if there is one little red spot on the middle of our nose it ruins our whole appearance or so we think it does.
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