What are the main Causes of Pimples?

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Your body undergoes numerous changes as you grow up. For example, women can experience breakouts when their hormones fluctuate during their menstrual cycles, pregnancy, or menopause.

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Taking certain medications, such as those for stress or mental health, may unexpectedly cause pimples. It's like your body reacting to the medications in a pimply way.

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If you love makeup, that's cool, but keeping it on your face for too long, especially when you should be sleeping, can invite pimples to the party. It's like not allowing your skin to breathe.

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What you eat matters as well. Foods such as high-GI carbs, dairy products, and fatty foods can contribute to the formation of pimples, making them more likely to appear. Certain foods seem to have a secret agreement with pimples.

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Sometimes, if someone in your family frequently experiences pimples, you might also have a higher likelihood of developing them. It's like sharing a trait of being prone to pimples with your relatives.

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When stress takes over, it can disrupt your body internally and manifest externally as pimples. It's like your body reacting to stress by throwing a pimple party.