Apr 24 , 2020

How to Identify Your Breakout?

Breakout is a skin disease that happens when oil and dead skin cells insert the hair follicles in. This also induces whiteheads, blackheads, or pimples, and usually occurs on the nose, forehead, chest, upper back, and shoulders. Breakout is most common among teenagers but affects people of all ages.

There are successful therapies but acne can be chronic. The pimples and bumps heal gradually, and some start to pop up as one starts to leave.

We happen to us the most. If you're 14 or 40, breakouts are just one of those things most of us face. You are also absolutely ordinary — there is nothing to be ashamed of and the only person who can make you aware of them is yourself. The earlier you break the cycle of self-recrimination, the more you'll feel relaxed and secure.

But being confident with your breakouts doesn't just mean shrugging your shoulders and avoiding them until they are gone. There are things you can do to help diminish current ones, and to discourage the creation of new ones. But first, you have to find out what's going on on your face, really. All the skin breakouts are not equal, you have to identify first, whether these are blackheads, Whiteheads, Papules, Pustule or Cyst.


One thing about this blackheads that is really troubling. At this point, I think you are familiar with the blackheads. There are the tiny blocked pores that are horrible. Too many of us have them on our noses, where they're usually sticky. Now the question remains: how will blackheads be removed? Okay, listen up, we've got to get it right.

If you're one of the thousands trying to find out how blackheads can be eliminated, let's take a step back for a moment. Don't hurry, and unintentionally cause skin damage. Trust me when I say I completely agree that blackheads are horrid things that need to be urgently dealt with.

These disgusting looking things are still hidden deep inside our pores, making bringing them out terribly painful. A lot of people go for the grip and pinch technique. Although this could be momentarily getting rid of any blackheads, it is by no means a permanent remedy. The only problem with this strategy is that the pressure you apply as you pinch is harming or causing damage.


Whiteheads are a mild type of acne which appears on the surface of the skin as small, round, white bumps. This form of acne takes place when a pore gets clogged with sebum, dead skin cells and debris.

When covered with a thin layer of skin, this clogged pore appears white on its surface. Whiteheads occur usually on the forehead, shoulders, arms, chest and back.

More than 40 million people fight acne every year in the United States and irrespective of degree or intensity, the majority of people who suffer from acne struggle with the occasional whitehead.

Whiteheads may vary in size, being either so small that they are nearly invisible or growing larger into obvious acne defects. They're not necessarily painful so they're not fun to look at. Because the clogged pores are evident on the surface of the skin, these are also the ones we are the most tempted to pop.


Typically, these tiny, hard bumps are red, and can be tender to touch. "Papules can occur when the excess oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria are deeper in the skin and have inflammation around them," explains Dr. Shaurya. Those typically will not come to a head, but instead stay under the skin and disappear slowly while the body treats the infection on its own.


A pimple, a pustule is a typical example of a raised pimple which has come to a head. It's pretty much like a papule, with the main difference being that pustules are packed with pus. Pustules are often confused with whiteheads but not the same. The distinction is that a whitehead is actually a follicle that is plugged (without pus) and is usually less inflamed. Basically: It is a pustule if it has blood.


They frequently appear as large red or white bumps, can be painful to the touch, and can be located deep inside the skin (which is where they start). "Cysts lead to inflammation and infection as opposed to whiteheads and blackheads," since cystic acne can lead to infection and scarring, it is better left in a medical professional's care. (So, certainly don't try to pop it.) "Cystic acne typically needs an oral drug, like doxycycline."

After identifying type of breakout now it’s time to treat it.

How to treat breakouts and why our Korean skin care products are free from retinol?

In order to treat breakout, Korean skin care products are free from Retinol? But have you noticed that there will be no retinol in the ingredients of Korean skin care? Why so many Western products contains retinol, while there will be no retinol in the Korean skin care products? Because there are many factors that contributes to the absence of retinol in the skin care products, retinol is much irritating than the other skincare ingredients or the dermatologist are cheaper in the Korea rather than of Western countries.

Korean believes on the natural ingredients in the skin care products, that’s why we are providing masks that contains natural ingredients to treat the breakout. We have vast amount of products that can cure the breakout in the effective way.

Our products are milder and they tend to keep breakout under control. Our Innisfree Bija Trouble Line for acne-prone skin, this Bija line main ingredients are Jeju torreya seed oil and nature-originated salicylic acid; both are known for natural acne remedies.

The Jeju Volcanic Pore Line daily skin care to remove excess sebum, clears out impurities from the pores. Volcanic Scoria itself is a natural and rare ingredient that has the capacity to absorb and remove sebum, wash away impurities and moisturise the skin.

When your breakout is healed, your skin will feel tender and require some serious soothingness.