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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!!!

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.

To prevent new cysts from forming, the most important thing is to keep your skin clean. Hale swears by the K-beauty inspired ritual of double-cleansing. She starts with DHC Cleansing Oil ($24; amazon.com) and follows with Restorsea Reviving Cleanser ($65; restorsea.com). Using an oil cleanser on skin may seem counterintuitive. But it can actually help remove excess oil better than a water cleanser. That’s because oil clings to oil, whereas water and oil tend to separate.

What would be the best recommondation, I’ve always had acne problems since I was 9 years old, and I’m soon to turn 25… So yeah that tells you I’ve add acne problems for awhile now. I’ve tried so many medicines over the counter, and seen the doctor. Tried Pro Active. Stuff seems to work for only a little bit. I’ve come to notice that my skin is actually pretty senstive to most medicines I’ve been using which is probably why I continue to break out. I’ve started using senstive medication creams while I take a shower… improvement is starting to show, but I just have all these little while acne scars all over my chest and I just was wondering what do you think is the best treatment just knowing that my skin is senstive and I dont want to break out more from something. I’m not allergic to anything that I am aware of so I am willing to try anything at this moment. Whomever took the time to read this, I great appreciate it and I’m willing to try any recommondations! Thanks again…

Sometimes, just changing your soap, lotion, cream, medicine, make-up, what ever, will cause a period of break out. You have to give yourself an adjustment period. If it does continue, you know it is the new product, habit, whatever, and to discontinue.

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.

If your acne is not better after 4 to 6 weeks, try a 10 percent solution. It is now available over-the-counter (without a doctor’s prescription). Be sure to get the pure form: you may want to ask the pharmacist for the type that used to be available by prescription only.

Also called nodulocystic acne, cystic acne is an intense form of acne that results in large, inflamed cysts and nodules that appear on the skin. Unlike other milder forms of acne, cystic acne is noticeably painful and occurs when oil and dead skin cells build up deep down in hair follicles or pores. Cystic acne is most common during puberty for young boys, but sadly, it can continue into the adult years, especially when there is a hormonal imbalance. For adult women, it’s common to to experience cystic acne around their menstrual cycles, especially on the the jawline and chin, which are the common areas for hormonally motivated breakouts.

HELLO ALL :). I AM 17 YEARS OLD AND I RECENTLY STARTED GETTING VERY BAD ACNE ON MY FOREHEAD. i HAVE EXTREMELY SENSITIVE SKIN SO I CAN NOT US RANDOM METHODS. i AM GOING BACK TO SCHOOL SCHOOL SOON SO I’D LIKE TO HAVE A PRESENTABLE FACE.

People with mild to moderate acne may safely use sea salt products. People with dry, sensitive skin or moderate to severe acne should talk with a dermatologist before starting any salt treatments, since it could possibly cause dryness and irritation.

I’ve tried tons of expensive acne creams. I HATE having to apply anything more than once a day. I have tons of freckles and they don’t even hide it! I am on my last nerve with this acne. If nothing works im going to explode! I’ve been told it could be chocolate, but im addicted to it! So I don’t know what to do. Maybe i’ll try the honey, or anything with tea. Thanks for the tips everyone and I hope you all get magicaly clear skin.>-(:-D

Acne (acne vulgaris, common acne) is a disease of the hair follicles of the face, chest, and back that affects almost all teenagers during puberty — the only exception being members of a few primitive Neolithic tribes living in isolation. It is not caused by bacteria, although bacteria play a role in its development. It is not unusual for some women to develop acne in their mid- to late-20s.

So I switched to all natural products – Bert’s Bees acne wash, Witch Hazel as astringent and either Bert’s Bees acne lotion or Organic Coconut Oil. However that doesn’t seem to be doing the trick either. I just bought and started using MyChelle acne wash… We’ll see how that goes. The ONLY thing I use and see immediate results from is all natural RAW honey. It literally, immediately takes away the redness and reduces the size of my cysts. I had a cyst the size of a quater on my cheek and religiously put raw honey on it, massaging it every few minutes, and it’s almost completely gone! Yes, it took a little while, but it’s leaving. I make sure to put honey on any other cysts that come up and they usually either shrink or are easily popped and heal (yes it does leave a mark, but I figure a flat mark is better than I HUGE bump on my face. Make-up can actually cover it. Plus I tan easy and it usually goes away after a little while in the sun. AND I’m pretty sure the honey fades the dark spots as well.) Obviously I am a believer in honey. But is HAS to be RAW honey, that’s where all the antibacterial power is. If you get the regular store bought kind it probably won’t work because it’s been processed and any living good bacteria has been killed.

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