Well, I usually dont have bad acne, but every once in awhile I get a lot on my chin and forehead. (usually where i rest my head on my hads. I touch my face a lot, so I know my problem.) I am going to try not to touch my face, and I will pull my hair up away from my face to see if it works. I am also going to try honey and lemon juice.
I have tried doing nothing and that worked… just moisturize.. and tooth paste sometimes but i have a gnarly scar from that so im a lighter of a user now. foam washes help me too once every few days… now just to get rid of these scars!
Thankx 4 ur wonderful suggestions! its all about trying it out and wheather it really works?, i have a suggestion to make, 😉 our face skin needs a good cleaser, toner, face wash and a mosturizer. you need to find these products that are suitable for senitive skin which dont contain anything strong that will irritate your skin ask assistance for help when buying and how to apply on skin!! if you use these 4 things twice a day(morning+night) you will see an improvement in a week. sometimes our skin just needs extra attention by using the right product to cleanse the face.
Acne can also be caused due to weak immune system, hormonal imbalance, PCOD or any other internal issue. Get diagnosed to know the real problem. Try to follow the above mentioned methods and eat a well balanced diet, exercise regularly, avoid junk food and avoid oily stuff.
since the beginning of the month I’ve started drinking 6 glasses of water and i’ve used the bicarb of soda scrub and the egg mask, both items once for the week. my skin feels amazing and the spots were less noticeable after the first use! i have high hopes for my new approach. i won’t be relying on the GP anymore
hi everyone im 16 and i have been breaking out lately i have acne mostly on my chin idk what to do , its really frustratng school ends this week and i want healthy looking sknin for summer. my doctor has given me some acne samplea ive been usins it since thursday but its seems to just make my chn more red. idk i drink a lot of water i dont eat a lot of candy idk i need some help .somebody please help!
Caffeine and chocolate: Many experts like to say that there is no link between caffeine and chocolate consumption and breakouts. However, there is no doubt that caffeine consumption has a direct impact on your hormonal balance. In particular, caffeine overdose can raise the stress hormone known as cortisol. By reducing or eliminating various sources of caffeine like coffee, tea and chocolate, you can help to keep your hormones in better balance and clear up your cystic acne.
(Be aware that the first week on these supplements can be a bit uncomfortable for some people. Because you will be detoxifying the body you may experience mild discomforts such as lack of energy, diarrhoea, bloating, slight rash, even an initial worsening of your cystic acne. The important thing is to stick with it. The long term benefits will far outweigh any short term discomfort).
Reconsider using scented laundry products. According to Weiser, fragrance detergents can cause increased irritation and dryness on the skin surface, which triggers inflammation. “Waxy coating on dryer sheets and fabric softener can also cause clogged pores and acne flares,” she says.
Method: Crush the mint leaves. Extract all the liquid from it. Add water in it. Mix well. Achieve a paste like consistency. Apply the paste on the acne infected area. Leave it on for 15 minutes. Wash it with cold water. Repeat the process thrice a day. Use the paste daily on your back to get rid of back acne.
I will be a teenager soon, and I have a similar problem. I have acne and sensitive pale skin. I can tell you how sensitive. I can only wear gold or hypo-allergenic earrings. I heard ice, oatmeal, cucumbers, mint, yogurt, tea, (mostly anything on the list above!) separately work amazingly! I have only had acne since a few months ago. Someone please help us with pale and sensitive skin!
Drinking green tea regularly will help your body rid itself of any present toxins. Removing toxins will allow for faster healing times in any infected areas. As well as removing toxins, green tea is high in anti-oxidants and catechins which will help promote healing from the inside and reduce inflammation and redness.
Take more vitamin A. According to studies, you might have low levels of vitamin A if you have severe acne. Vitamin A is an anti-inflammatory substance that balances your hormones and might help reduce oil production. You can increase your vitamin A intake by eating a healthy diet and avoiding unhealthy fats like margarine, hydrogenated oils, and processed food.
When you wash your face use hot/warm water, this opens your pores so whatever facial wash you are using can actually get inside of your pores and clean them. If you are a girl and wear make-up, splash your face with cold water after you are done washing your face and are ready to apply make-up. This closes the and protects your face from oily make-up and dirt. Guys, you should also splash your face with cold water after washing with warm to protect pores from dirt oil, ect. Some good facial washes to use are Nutragena Deep Clean (which is amazing, your face tingles and you can literally feel it cleaning your pores. Also 360 go clean and St. Ives Apricot Scrub. Some great facial clensers include neutrogena’s clear pore oil-eliminating astringent, sea breeze cleanser, and aveeno’s clear complexion products.