at night dab some fragrence free baby powder onto your fACE TO STOP BREAKOUTS ! GOOOD LUCK! AND DONT GIVE UP STOP USING OVER THE COUNTER PRODUCTS IF ITS SERIOUS GO TO A DERMATOLOGIST! DONT EVER TAKE REACTUTAN
-Have a low-pH cleanser, preferably around a pH of 5.5 . A surprising amount of common cleansers have an absurdly high pH level that can strip your skin and promote acne, so you’ll have to do your research to find a cleanser that’s right for you.
So, I’ve been “researching” all the home remedies, and decided to try some based on everyone’s positive comments. I have tried just about every OTC acne products, ProActive, as well as went to a dermatologist. I am taking Solodyn as well. The dermo gave me Retin-A, Differin, and Duac. I have found the best results with Duac. But I’m thinking, do these products really work?? I mean, if they did work, then would we have a need for a dermatologist?? Would we continue to purchase these products if they cleared our skin? NO, we wouldn’t have the need. So, now I am convinced it’s a conspiracy! That’s why I decided to try some home remedies, just to see if they helped. This is what I have been doing, and again, this is after reading and comparing everyone’s info.
If acne is unresponsive to at-home treatment and over-the-counter medications, visit a doctor. Early intervention is the best form of prevention against scarring. “The same in-office procedures that apply to the face can also be successfully applied to that back — try microdermabrasion, antimicrobial glycolic acid chemical peels, blue light or red light treatments,” she adds.
the only solution to remove pimples………..is to lots and lots of water…….and avoding the heat in the after nooooooon…….it really works…guys……….all the best……..if u r going 2 try this methodB-)
I just mixed a lil bit of baking soda with warm water and gently massaged into my face and chest for about a min as then rinsed off and I’ll tell ya it does work,really did clear up my complexion (graduallly though.) Its a really good cleanser though,leaves your face soft and unoily plus its natural
i am a cosmetology student and have recently learned great home remedies. for a nice scrub use olive oil 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.
For a scrub, mix a half a cup of baking soda with one eighth a cup of water. Apply the paste to your face, massaging it in well. After 5-6 minutes of this, rinse your face thoroughly with warm water, pat dry, and moisturize.
1) Apply rose water and lemon juice in equal quantities on your face for almost two hours before u go 2 bed. wash it off with warm water and then with cold water. see to it dat this mixture does not go into ur eyes or ELSE U’LL END UP JUMPING AROUND IN PAIN!!!
Hot Yoga is not bad for your health. I can see how it may be bad for acne (if you have overly sensitive skin). Hot yoga helps your digestive system, your internal organs, your muscles, helps breathing, helps mental concentration, and helps flush toxins from your body. Out of personal experience, eat a Mcdonalds hamburger and go to yoga and you smell like a boy’s locker room. Eat healthy, sweat it out in yoga, and your sweat is tolerable with less stink. Of course I do recommend you go to a CLEAN yoga studio and use your own mat, towel, etc. Sorry, but I can get sick at school, the store, the gym, the mall and at work. But hey, we are all entitled to our own opinion.
I’m 15 and had acne since i was 12, but about 7 months ago i started putting things on my face that i thought would work to remove acne (most of it didn’t), then i got clear fingernail polish and rubbed it on all of my pimples.i did that for about a week and it did a great job, it dries out your pimples but not your skin. Then i took it a couple steps further, i shut my sink, boiled about 2 gallons of water then poured into sink and stand over the sinkwith a towell over your head. The steam opens your pores. So after that you get alcahol, apply to a cottonball, then apply to your face…
When it comes to acne, the debate in the scientific revolves around whether diet plays a causative role (1). What I can tell you from personal experience is that diet plays a definite role in making skin better or worse — at least for the large majority of us. So today I will be highlighting 8 foods that you may want to pull out of your diet if you struggle with acne. But before we go there, let’s get a brief overview of what acne actually is, and how it forms.
Shower often. Although you may want to keep your water bill down, showering regularly helps to keep oil production low, kill bacteria, and rinse away dead skin cells. Wash your entire body with a mild cleanser and use shampoos that limit oil production in your hair. Be sure to always shower after exercising to remove the dead skin cells your body has sloughed off through sweating.