the pimple are all over my cheeks but nt on my head.. i have tried papaya, honey, aloe vera, lemon, soda powder, tooth paste, salt, apple cidar, Injection, anti-biotic, soo many kind of cleanser and pimple cream- clearasil, exuviance, sk2, carole frank, oxy
You can find it in many drugstore products—just take a peek at the label. Dermatologist Dendy Engelman, M.D. likes the Benzac line. “It’s active ingredients are salicylic acid and East Indian Sandalwood oil—salicylic acid is a beta hydroxy acid that serves as a keratolytic agent (meaning it dissolves keratin). It unclogs pores by penetrating into the pore to dissolve dead skin cell accumulation and aids in shedding of the top layer of skin. East Indian sandalwood oil is a naturally occurring anti-inflammatory agent, which is new to the skin care scene. It soothes the skin and fights off inflammation that often accompanies breakouts.”
the remedies for the acne cleaning are so easy to use and i liked them sooooo much… i’ll use one of them definately, but i want the home made remedies for the dark spots observed after the acne have removed so plz suggest me the remedies plz plz plz….
Dark spots. Spots that appear where blemishes have healed usually disappear over time. But it can help to apply skin-lightening products. Your dermatologist may also suggest a concealer makeup to cover the spots and make them less apparent.
The only thing that’s sort of worked is Spironolactone, an anti-androgen that helps regulate hormones, in conjunction with birth control pills. But popping two pills a day was making me feel like a geriatric, so I stopped taking them and started a new, way simpler regimen: I wash my face with a salicylic acid cleanser — and that’s it. And the acne is back in full force.
Due to a recent pregnancy, I have been battling adult acne. I have tried a few different washes and treatments and some of the just did not work at all. Some made my skin break out more and some just dried my skin out completely. After I tried DermalMD Acne Serum my skin felt much smoother while also feeling tighter. After a few days of use I also noticed some of my acne going away. So far I am very pleased with this product and will continue to use it.
Exfoliating, which removes the layer of dead skin cells, is also important for healthy skin. After washing your face with a mild cleanser, exfoliate with face facial scrub one to two times a week. This can help reduce dead skin cells and debris which can clog pores and cause more acne.
I’m 36 with combination skin and large pores. I’ve been using the Grapefruit Glycolic Wash from Made from Earth for about 6 months and love it. Its a gentle glycolic wash (and I have sensitive skin) and this wash has kept my breakouts to a minimum. Over use of any glycolic acid treatment can be drying – but not with this one – Ive been using daily with no problems.
Step 1 SALICYLIC ACID. (Morning and night) Clean away excess dead cells and bacteria from the skin’s surface, without over-drying it. The best ingredient to wash your face with is a 2 percent salicylic acid product (widely available in drugstores). Put a penny-size amount in the palm of your hand, add a few drops of warm water, lather, and massage (in circular motion) to affected areas. Let the SA sit for a few minutes, then gently wash off with warm water. The SA has two benefits: an anti-inflammatory, and an antioxidant for the skin’s surface.
Lavender is an herb that helpful in treating acne as it plays the role of an antibiotic. The topical application of this herb is effective in treating the problem of acne. However, it is important to note that consuming lavender tea is also beneficial in reducing the spread of acne. You can make lavender tea by steeping the lavender petals for several minutes and then consuming the tea. You can use lavender tea bags to prepare this tea if you do not have access to the fresh herb.