Eating healthily and establishing a good skincare routine are both very important when it comes to keeping your skin happy and preventing spots, but they are not the only factors worth considering. Emotional issues such as stress, for example, can impact your skin by encouraging the release of pro-inflammatory hormones.
Speaking of hormones, it might be worth considering this area of your health too. Very often, women will find that their skin becomes more sensitive and more prone to breakouts in the week leading up to their period and sometimes this could be a sign of a hormonal imbalance. Our Women’s Health Advisor Emma discusses hormonal breakouts in a little bit more detail over at A.Vogel Talks Periods.
It’s also worth investigating whether or not you’ve introduced any new elements into your routine recently. Have you changed fabric conditioner recently? Switched make-up? Tried a new skincare product? It’s possible that something that you’ve only recently incorporated into your routine could be causing all the trouble!
I hope these examples have shed some light on your situation. If you have any further questions, please let me know.