Keep ur face clean. always wash ur face and remove ur makeup after u reach home after school, college or work. Never pop or break ur pimples and whiteheads. Always drink a lot of water. Avoid fast food, soft drinks, coffee, tea, fried food, ice cream and chocolates. When washing ur face, first wet ur face with warm water, then cleanse with a good face wash or anti-bacterial soap, then wash ur face with cold water. Warm water opens the pores and releases the oil and dirt on ur face. This oil and dirt is then cleared using tha soap or face wash. Cold water is used in the end to close the pores and and bring a cool effect to the face.
Ask your doctor to recommend a brand. “Epiduo is my favorite,” says Dr. Engelman. “It contains BPO benzoyl peroxide and adapalene, which is a retinoid that helps unclog pores and reduce inflammation in the skin.”
I get rid of my pimples from face with honey and cinnamon masks. You need to mix 2 spoons of honey with a pinch of cinnamon. Then grease your face with it and leave for 20 minutes. After that, the mask should be washed with warm water. I used to do this procedure twice or 3 times a week. Of course, you can do it more often, depends on how much time do you have and how often do you remember this.
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Rinse your face with water and pat dry. Mix 2 tablespoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon together until they are thoroughly blended and have formed a sort of paste. Apply the mask to your face (or spot treat) and leave on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse off completely, and pat your face dry. This is a sticky mixture, so make sure you have some paper towels at on hand.
Removing the acid mantle from the skin can make it very vulnerable to bacteria… I believe getting the bacteria under control is the first step in treating acne. I am a tea tree oil lover for this, but it doesn’t suit everyone! Tamanu oil is also antimicrobial, which can be good for some people. Sometimes we need to alternate what we use. Sometimes, I see improvements with oil treatments, but then the skin seems to need a break from the oil treatments. I am still trying to figure it out!
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I have had acne since i was in 4th grade. I find that washing your face with Aveeno Skin Brightening Daily Scrub in the morning and Biore pore unclogging scrub at night helps a lot. Before I go to sleep I also put on Avon Solution True Pore-Fection skin refining toner and Avon Solution True Pore-Fection Oil Free Skin Clearing Lotion after the toner dries. I find that with these combination my skin has started to get better and become softer. I purchased the Biore and Aveeno in Shop-Rite and Avon toner and lotion online.
Oatmeal is soothing to the skin and can be used as a gentle exfoliant. Grind up some oats in your blender for this purpose. Moisten the oats with some buttermilk, yogurt or just plain water and gently massage the face. Rinse with warm water.
In my early 20’s I had painful, cystic acne, mostly around my mouth and jaw. I tried everything from Proactiv, to face masks, to toners, to the oil cleansing method, to a prescription that forced me to avoid sun exposure. At one point, I even remember wishing my doctor would prescribe me Accutane so that I could at least have some relief from the painful blemishes that would not let up.
Hi all, my name is Emma and I would also like to contribute. A couple of months back I was on the internet searching for some home remedies to Acne. I came across quite a lot of suggestions which I tried but I personally don’t have the patience for acne so I was back on the internet again looking for the fastest way to treat my acnes until I saw someone’s suggestion of washing the face with warm water and salt. The hoter the water the better. Within 2 days my face was as smooth as a baby’s bump bump and has been ever since. I have not stopped washing my face with hotwater and lots of salt. Acne is caused by bacterial and the salt is killing them on my face. Please try it and come back here and tell the story. I went further and cleared the scars on my face with Amos white which was recommended by sister. My face’s so cool now and am loving it!
Misperceptions about acne’s causative and aggravating factors are common, and those affected by it are often blamed for their condition. Such blame can worsen the affected person’s sense of self-esteem. Until the 20th century, even among dermatologists, the list of causes was believed to include excessive sexual thoughts and masturbation. Dermatology’s association with sexually transmitted infections, especially syphilis, contributed to the stigma.
Take Care of Your Gut – A disruption of your intestinal flora (good bacteria) can certainly manifest in acne breakouts. The wide spread use of anti-biotics and the prevalence of processed food consumption has left a good portion of people with an imbalanced inner eco system. Without the appropriate amounts of good bacteria in our gut, food cannot be properly digested and toxins cannot be eliminated. This can lead to a host of health problems, not the least of which is skin disorders such as acne. It is critical for blemish-free skin that good bacteria be replaced through the use of probiotics and fermented foods.
The first step in treating your skin is figuring whether you are in fact dealing with hormonal acne. One clue is where the blemishes appear: “Adult women most commonly suffer from hormonal acne on the lower third of the face and jawline,” explains Joshua Zeichner, MD, director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Another typical indicator is flares that happen before or during your period.
aight aight, ive had acne since 3rd grade, and like everyone else, ive tried everything. i was playing in a soccer tournament in yucaipa the past weekend and so i was in the sun with my bangs up for about 8 hours…when i came home, the sun had almost completely healed my acne!! it was amazzin, but im kinda stupid so i started pickin at my face and the acne came back …then i tried mixing lemon juice, egg white, and honey and putting it on my face. i sat in the sun for 15 min. and then washed it off, it works really good! then i steamed basil leaves in boiling water for 20 minutes and put it on my face for 10 min…and well it worked supper good..acne [@] i know, but dont give up, ur face will heal(:
Treating acne requires patience and perseverance. Any of the treatments listed above may take two or three months to start working (even isotretinoin). Unless there are side effects such as excessive dryness or allergy, it is important to give each regimen or drug enough time to work before giving up on it and moving on to other methods. Using modern methods, doctors can help clear up the skin of just about everyone.
I suffered from acne for years. As I got older, it got worse. After trying numerous OTC remedies, at great expense, I started doing research on what the problem could be. Chemicals! SLS/ALS’s trigger acne. Propylene glycol triggers acne. Parabens trigger acne. Mineral oil triggers acne. The list goes on and on. All these chemicals were linked to my bad skin. So, I stopped using everything – shampoo, face/body wash, toothpaste, deodorant, lotions, creams, etc. I started over. K.I.S.S. – keep it super simple. Natural is the key with the fewest ingredients possible. There are cosmetics out there that are natural and pigmented with fruit. There are soaps out there that are just made with castille soap. Baking soda for deodorant. Read the labels – you’d be surprised. The stuff is even in our food. Moisturize with an organic oil (yes, you can put natural oil on your face if you have acne). Look into essential oils and adding a few drops. Eliminate everything and then start adding in a few natural things. After I eliminated all the chemicals, my skin cleared. I get a zit here and there (PMS related), but rarely. Read your labels! Note: the cosmetic industry is self-regulated. Even if it says “natural” it may not be. Don’t be fooled – read the ingredients.
beat an egg very well and a little bit of lime juice if desired and apply to face. let it dry. it will feel weird though ahah. also after the egg dries on your face you can boil water and let the steam get into your pores. worked wonders for me i hope this helps!
Get a facial peel. A facial peel is a specialized gel containing acid that dissolves dead skin and bacteria cells. Getting these on a regular basis can greatly reduce acne over time in addition to your regular skincare regimen.
i’ve had acne since i was 11 now im 13 and its really bringing my ego down. its only on my chin and on the edges of my hair line on the sides of my face. but the chin acne has gotton a lot worst and i’ve tried honey, baking soda, toothpaste and that didnt work and ive tried doctors perscription and even acne free cosmetic stuff. i need help. i cant figure out which one will help me the best. >-(
I tried the baking soda as a face mask and I would apply moisturizer and it would leave my skin soft but the next day I would wake up it would be so oily!! Right now, the break out are starting again and I’m really battling with blackheads, I’ve tried almost everything, I dunno what to do now. Pls E-mail for any soutions
It is difficult to pinpoint the exact cause of cystic acne. Certain hormones like androgens could be a reason. In men, the levels of androgen increase in their teenage years, leading to skin changes and cystic acne.
Patients with cystic acne who do not respond to the therapies above will need to consider isotretinoin (Amnesteem, Claravis, Absorica, Isotroin, Epuris), known most commonly as Accutane, although technically there is nothing branded “Accutane” still marketed in the U.S. This should not be considered an absolutely last resort, after everything else has been tried and failed. That being said, because of the side effects and the inconvenience of the prescribing regulations, it is prudent to see if the acne will respond to at least a reasonable try of other therapy before moving to isotretinoin. Universal side effects of isotretinoin include dry lips, dry eyes, and dry nose. Lab monitoring for elevated triglycerides and liver function tests is recommended during the course of therapy. Depression is an uncommon side effect but one of the more serious. Treatment duration may be based on total dose per kilogram or on a planned 20 weeks at 1 mg/kg/day. Isotretinoin should not be used at the same time as tetracycline products. Other antibiotics and/or oral steroids may be used to manage acne flares early in the treatment course.
Hey! Here’s what I do. I take an egg and dump out the yolk and white. Then i peel the skin off the inside. The side that doesn’t touch the shell is the side the goes on my fce. I take it off after it’s dry and then I where proactiv refining mask while I sleep.:-D:-D
There may be a connection between diet and the prevalence of skin blemishes and pimples, but chocolate has gotten a bad rap with no significant studies supporting this anti-cocoa conjecture, so this association might be unfair.
Honey: Honey is high in natural sugar. It also consists of minerals and essential vitamins. It also has bacteria fighting properties. Honey is being used since olden times. Honey was most commonly used for boosting up performance. It was also used to help overcome fatigue in muscles. It is highly beneficial for the insides as well as outsides of your body. It also helps in keeping the sugar in your blood leveled.
Acne, also known as acne vulgaris, is a long-term skin disease that occurs when hair follicles are clogged with dead skin cells and oil from the skin. It is characterized by blackheads or whiteheads, pimples, oily skin, and possible scarring. It primarily affects areas of the skin with a relatively high number of oil glands, including the face, upper part of the chest, and back. The resulting appearance can lead to anxiety, reduced self-esteem and, in extreme cases, depression or thoughts of suicide.
You may start to see improvement after about 2 – 4 weeks of using the lifestyle changes and the over-the-counter remedies mentioned above. If you are not noticing a change, you can contact your healthcare provider.
Hi, Well I hope this helps anyone that has used every thing the doctor has given them…all the creams the, meds that cost so much! Then plus the extre cost of seeing the skin doc. to begin with. When its usally quite obvious to the primary doctor that you have acne or worse. Anyway, what has worked for my husband for 15 years who was told he has nodularal acne. The med. he is on is called Bactrum it costs only $18 a month! It Doesn’t cause you to want to kill yourself, it dosen’t make your fasce turn red a peel off so u look worse to begin with, and etc, etc… So when my son got acne at age 13 the dr. tried to put him on all the risky meds to his health and make his face look worse creams and I tokd him I wanfed the genric for Bactrum. He said no because he being a G.P. didn’t usally use that med. so I told him olease just try it for one month even an half of a pill and see what a change it makes. My son is 16 now and looks GREAT!!!!! Even the scars from when he was using pro active are gone! Just good old soap and water & light a moisterizer. As for a home tip for the little bumps on forhead and cheeks those are casued by hair. Pull your hair back EVERYNIGHT with a headband off whole fore head and face. Even if not sweating, its the oil in your hair that causes it. For the break out in the hair inline the apricot scrub wriks really, really well. but nuse before you wash hair because it will leave grit. :-D:-D:-D:-D
Since the age of 14 i have had bad acne (im almost 17). Ive used tons of acne products ranging from Proactive, over the counter drugs and natural methods. Nothing was working until i started taking a pill called Minocycline, but now i have another problem. The acnes going away but i have ugly scars in its place. 🙁 Anyone have any suggestions to remove these scars guickly? Honey doesnt work btw. Please and thank you!