Learn What Your Body Needs By Examining Your Common Breakout Spots



Cheeks And Next To Ears

Cheeks And Next To Ears

Maya Borenstein for LittleThings

If you find that you tend to get pimples on your cheeks, or at the side of your face near your ears, there are likely two culprits at fault: your hands and your phone.

If you frequently chat on the phone or rest your face in your hands, make a habit of sanitizing or washing hands regularly, and cleaning your phone with an antibacterial wipe.

Along The T-Zone

Along The T-Zone

Maya Borenstein for LittleThings

Consider the T-zone your early warning signal.

The sensitive skin along the nose and above the brows breaks out easily, and is quickly affected by small lifestyle shifts.

If you suddenly come under a ton of stress, or start grappling with a problem that makes you anxious, your T-zone will often be the first to show it.

Try meditating or drinking soothing antioxidant-rich tea as a way to combat the stress and the pimples.

Chest, Collarbone, And Back

Chest, Collarbone, And Back

Maya Borenstein for LittleThings

If you’re experiencing pimples on your back or chest, there’s a good chance that you’re just committed to working up a sweat!

If you go to the gym, garden in the sun, or otherwise engage in physical activity, you might be trapping moisture against your skin with the wrong clothing.

Find some breathable cotton or moisture-wicking sportswear to help beat the heat!



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