“do oral antibiotics cure acne +can olive oil cure acne”

i went to the dermatologist and they said i had moderate to mild acne. they recommended neutrogena extra gentle cleanser. it has worked quite well. Also epiduo 2.5% benzonyl peroxide cream i have been using at night but only apply a little as it can cause irritation. Also i have used tomato juice which helps clear scarring. good luck!!

i am a cosmetology student and have recently learned great home remedies. for a nice scrub use olive and sugar with just a bit of oats. for oily skin use tomato or lemon. to tighten skin use an egg beaten and let sit for 10 mins. honey really does work add to any mixture for skin softening benefits. avocado helps to calm skin.

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.

hi, i’ve been having horrible blotchy skin since i was 8 and im now 26 and i still can get rid of my acne. i’ve been bullied because of my skin most of my life. other girls have treating me like im a piece of dirt, and sometimes, when i look in the mirror i feel and look like it. i”ve had hundreds of trips to the dermatologists office and all they said was that i just have really bad acne. they’ve gave me perscriptions that never work. i’ve tried thousands of acne products that also never worked. please, please, PLEASE someone help me to get rid of my acne !!

Wash your face every morning and night, but when you do it at night, wait for your face to dry, then use a cotton pad and wipe your face with alcohol. After you wash your face in the morning, use a face lotion, and absolutely do not poke at your face unless it is to remove blackheads.

Wash your face twice daily with a benzoyl peroxide cleanser. Benzoyl peroxide is one of the most effective acne treatments. It is found in many face washes. Wash your face when you wake up in the morning and before going to bed at night.[1]

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“The nutrients you’re putting in your mouth eventually show up on your skin,” says Jessica Wu, MD, a Los Angeles-based dermatologist, and author of Feed Your Face. That said, there simply aren’t enough studies to pinpoint any one specific food as an acne-instigator for absolutely everyone, she says. To get one step closer to clearer skin, cut back on foods with a high glycemic index (think cookies, cake, and chips) and dairy, suggests Diane Madfes, MD, a dermatologist and clinical instructor at Mount Sinai Medical Center. While these two types of food may not necessarily cause acne, studies show an association between them and breakouts. Load up on foods full of inflammation-fighting omega-3s, like wild salmon or trout, Wu advises.

As this is not a simple infection, treatment duration is on the order of months rather than weeks, and the antibiotics such as those in the tetracycline family that have anti-inflammatory properties beyond their antibacterial properties are the usual first choice. A variety of antibiotics have proven useful in cystic acne. All members of the tetracycline family (tetracycline [Diabecline], doxycycline, minocycline [Minocin], demeclocycline) may work and are usually the first medications prescribed. The sustained-released formulations of these medications (Solodyn, Oracea) may be helpful but usually more for maintenance than acute flares. Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra) is often the next class of medication tried. Clindamycin (Cleocin) may be used on its own or combined with rifampin (Rifampicin). Erythromycin (Ery-tab) has a long history of use in acne, but gastrointestinal upset may limit its use. Azithromycin (Zithromax) may be used, but after an initial loading period, it is best used every other day because of the long half-life.

I do get acne, but not too bad. But it seems like i get one and it goes away, but leaves a brown spot. Well good no more pimple but hello brown spot. I apply every morning and every night lime juice with a q-tip (only on the spot). It burns a little but it makes a great difference. This really works. Also about twice a week I apply cooked oatmeal with copped onions and some honey. This works great for me. The oats help clear pores while the onions are anti-inflammatory. The honey soothes your skin. I almost forgot add water to it all but not too much. So its some what like a paste.

If topical treatments are ineffective, doctors may prescribe oral medications for acne. These can help clear up acne breakouts and other skin conditions, but they come with their fair share of potential side effects and consequences.

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