Clean And Clear Advantage(Acne Control Kit), Neutrogena(The pink one that’s supposed to smell good, I’m not sure of the exact name), or Regular Soap.
DO NOT RECOMMEND PRO ACTIV OR CLEARASIL,
They don’t work on me! Pro activ doesn’t do a thing, even after 5 months and Clearasil just gives me more acne.
IF YOU WANT MORE INFO READ THE FOLLOWING, IF NOT JUST ANSWER:
My friend used to use regular acne products on her face and it was bad, like you couldnt see a single clear spot on her forehead, and her entire face was always swollen with them and then she started using Soap and it got better. That’s why I included that.
I used to use The Clean and Clear Acne Kit but all of my friends said that it stopped working after awhile, I want something that’ll work for atleast a year on my skin. Everyone said it stopped working after a month. It worked really good on my skin at first but i stopped using it after my friends told me this(i had been using it for about 3 weeks)
I used to use Neutrogena All the time and it always cleared things up, not super fast, but fast and It was good. I really liked it, i’ve never kept up a schedule with The new kind i have to know if it works or not So, I’m just going to go with whatever is most recommended.
My Skin is oily, and delicate. I stress alot and I never know what works. I’ve also asked another question like this but I didn’t seem to get answers I had hopped for.
DO NOT RECOMMEND ANY OF THE OTHER THINGS I HAVE SAID.
Anything else, Feel free to recommend but also if you had to pick please include one of those ^^^ in your answer.
ALSO, I usually wear makeup everyday(cover up) I use a non-oily or pore clogging Cover up, I’m not sure of the brand I forget but thats just a little extra to add…I guess?
Ok, I had bad acne on my face and I did an Aspirin facial. What you do is take a couple Aspirin tablets and crush them up into a little bowl. Mix the powder with some water until it becomes a paste. Apply to your face and spread around evenly. Keep this on for a couple minutes and it should sooth pain and cure acne. Wash off with warm water and splash cold water on your face to shrink your pores. Dab dry with a towel. I do not recommend doing this more than once a day!!!
*Is most likely to take more than one time*
Take the following self-care steps to lessen the effects of acne:
Clean your skin gently with a mild, non-drying soap (like Dove, Neutrogena, or Basics.) Remove all dirt or make-up. Wash once or twice a day, including after exercising. However, avoid excessive or repeated skin washing.
Shampoo your hair daily, especially if it’s oily. Comb or pull your hair back to keep the hair out of your face. Avoid tight headbands.
Try not to squeeze, scratch, pick, or rub the pimples. Although it might be tempting to do this, it can lead to scarring and skin infections.
Avoid touching your face with your hands or fingers.
Avoid greasy cosmetics or creams. Look for water-based or “non-comedogenic” formulas. Take make-up off at night.
If these steps do not clear up the blemishes to an acceptable level, try over-the-counter acne medications. These creams and lotions are applied directly to the skin. They may contain benzoyl peroxide, sulfur, resorcinol, or salicylic acid. They work by killing bacteria, drying up the oil, and causing your skin to peel.
If the pimples are still a problem, a dermatologist can prescribe stronger medications and discuss other options with you.
Prescription medicines include:
Oral antibiotics (taken by mouth) such as minocycline, doxycycline, and tetracycline
Topical antibiotics (applied to the skin) such as clindamycin or erythromycin
Synthetic vitamin A derivatives called retinoids such as retinoic acid cream or gel (Retin-A) and isotretinoin pills (Accutane) — pregnant women and sexually active adolescent females should NOT take Accutane, as it causes severe birth defects
Prescription formulas of benzoyl peroxide, sulfur, resorcinol, salicylic acid
Birth control pills can sometimes help clear up acne. (In some cases, though, they may make it worse.)
Your doctor may also suggest chemical skin peeling, removal of scars by dermabrasion, or removal or drainage of cysts.
A small amount of sun exposure may improve acne. However, excessive exposure to sunlight or ultraviolet rays is not recommended because it increases the risk of skin cancer.
My mom bought me this because she thought it would help.
The first night of using it, my face started STINGING LIKE HELL before I even put it on!! I proceeded to put it on and WHAM! Stinging instantly!! I had to turn the shower on and wash it off ASAP!! I mean, that shit stings like ****!! Is this supposed to happen!?!? I’m considering stopping the treatment because the directions say, ” If mild stinging occurs, stop use “.. The stinging I experienced was MASSIVE STINGING. It still stings right now and it’s been over 4 hours!!
I personally love benzoyl peroxide, but if your skin is reacting very badly to it, you might be allergic. You CAN be allergic to BP!
If it’s your first BP product, you should start with a lower dose to get your skin used to it. I use 10%, but I also have been using it for years and my skin now thinks it’s no big deal. At the start… Oh yes, it thought it was a big deal and punished me for it. But peeling isn’t necessarily bad… Not when you’re trying to get rid of acne.
If your skin is not horrible with zits, then I would suggest backing off BP completely and trying some gentler things like salicylic acid, which is in so many over the counter products. You can always try spot treating with BP to try to get used to it while it is still rough on your skin. And always USE A GOOD MOISTURIZER WITH IT. Anything that won’t clog pores. I use really thick Lumene cream for sensitive skin with it to keep me from being constantly peeling. It doesn’t have to be a special acne cream, which might even dry you out worse.
Also, to disinfect the skin (like BP does) you can put Neosporin on individual zits and do honey masks. Honey is moisturizing and antibacterial, so it really is amazing for you when you have pimple problems. I use them all the time. You can just do straight, raw honey or add things like a little cinnamon and cloves to help get some other awesome effects. Just google it and find a mask you might like.
FOR TONIGHT: ICE YOUR FACE. Seriously, it’ll cool it down and help reduce any swelling. Find a face lotion (anything in the house that looks thick and hopefully says noncomedogenic) and slather it on. Having a super red face on top of acne makes the acne look way worse. Now is the time for damage control. Also taking something anti-inflammatory (like one Advil) might help.
I hope you feel better soon! And look for a gentler solution too, if you don’t decide to stick with BP (at least go down in concentration!)
yes does anyone kmnow any recipies for fask masks like spa stuff that u can make at home? or anyother type of make at home beuty project? please help! also, does anyone know how to cure minor acne, i only have a few tiny blakcheads covering my nose and one or two zits underneath. THANKS
best recipe/answer gets 10 FREE PTS!
so answer well!
uhh as slender1 suggested–
if it helps i believe my minor acne has been brought on due to stress[school and ppl and all that great gloryness] and i ugess “growing up”? lol
PLEASE I NEED MORE ANSWERS! and maybe some links too PLEASE.
Most people who suffer from acne go out and spend good money on common over-the-counter acne treatment products. The truth is, most of these products are full of chemicals that can actually slow down the healing of acne, and irritate your skin, causing farther breakouts.
When an acne product has 20 ingredients listed on it, it can be hard to know if one of those ingredients is actually stopping you from having success. It can be even harder when you can’t pronounce the ingredient, much less know what it is and how it is going to affect your skin. Most mainstream acne treatments are not only much more expensive than common household items, but they also don’t always work as well either. With that in mind, I will list some basic household items that can work wonders on clearing up your skin.
Baking soda ? A very cheap cooking ingredient that most people have in their homes already, baking soda can be used as a great scrub. The purpose of a scrub is to exfoliate the skin, removing dead skin that can eventually clog pores and lead to acne spots. To start off, you’ll want to mix a small amount of baking soda with some water for form a paste. Baking soda is very effective as a scrub, so you want to be sure to be extra careful when applying it to your face. Gently massage the paste into your skin for ten to fifteen seconds. Then rinse the baking soda off, and pat your face dry with a clean towel.
Apple Cider Vinegar ? Though most people that use vinegar to treat acne use the apple cider form of vinegar, you can also use plain old regular vinegar. Regardless of which type you use, vinegar can be very helpful with it comes to clearing up acne. It can kill off acne causing bacteria, balance your skin’s pH, and absorb extra oil on your skin.
Starting with clean, dry skin, apply diluted vinegar (eight parts water to one part vinegar) directly to your skin with a cotton ball, and leave it on. If you want, you can also use a stronger vinegar solution (say, 2 or 3 parts water to 1 part vinegar), and apply it directly to problem areas, rinsing it off after ten minutes.
Lemon or lime juice can also be substituted for vinegar. Both of these juices are rich in citric acid, and can exfoliate your skin very well, halting the growth of acne spots, as well as fading previous, non-active acne quicker.
Egg Whites ? Rich in protein, egg whites can be used as a mask to heal and rebuild your skin. It can also help to absorb excess oil from your skin. To start off, crack an egg, removing the yolk so that just the egg whites are left behind. Beat these egg whites, and apply them directly to your face. Let it sit for fifteen minutes, and then rinse the egg off.
Oatmeal ? As odd as it may seem, oatmeal can absorb unwanted oil and draw out impurities which reside deep in your skin. Cook some plain oatmeal like you would for consumption. Let it cool off, and rub it over your clean skin. Let it sit for a while, like you would a mask, and then rinse off. If you do this on a regular basis, you should begin to start noticing results soon.
Tea Tree Oil ? TTO is a commonly used all-natural household antiseptic, which you can pick up at most drugstores or supermarkets. You can apply TTO directly to acne spots to kill bacteria, or, if you strongly dilute it with another oil (such as jojoba oil), over your entire face. Tea tree gel can be easier to apply than the oil, and many are made for applying over large areas of skin, so they aren’t quite as strong as straight TTO and do not need to be diluted.
Pantothenic Acid (Also known as Vit. B5) ? Pantothenic acid can be taken in large quantities for the benefit of acne reduction. B5 works by helping your body to metabolize fats which would otherwise be later turned into sebum (oil) and excreted through the skin. Small amounts of B5 won’t help though, and it has to be taken several times a day.
To help with acne, you will need to take 2.5 grams of pantothenic acid (the powder form is much easier to take), 4 times per day, for a total of 10 grams per day.
Aloe Vera ? Aloe Vera has been used for many years in kitchens for topical application to burns. Another benefit of aloe is that it can prevent scaring, fade marks and help heal acne spots.
You now have an idea of some basic household items you can use on your skin, that work better than many OTC acne products, and are much cheaper to use. Since we have only really covered basic acne treatments, you can always take this to another level and take all natural, internal acne treatments.
This sums up our basic list of natural alternatives for chemical based acne treatment products. You can take this a step farther by attacking your acne from the inside out. Acne has been shown numerous times to be very closely affected by the digestive system, so keeping your entire digestive system working as smooth as possible can help reduce acne. I will help give you a basic idea of some all natural products you can take to help clear up acne.
Cucumber, lemon and carrot juice, brewer’s yeast, and active charcoal pills are all capable of helping the digestive system function normally. Since the digestive system is closely related with the health of the skin, they should help reduce acne breakouts. Flax seed can also be wonderful for helping your skin heal faster.
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What are good products & ways to get rid of acne scars? I’ve seen many products at the store, but I want to know which ones actually work so I won’t waste my money. Also if there are good ways at home to make them go away, I would appreciate recommendations! Thanks!
I start using oil Olay products and help a lot to me they are oil free. And eventually evens you skin that scars fade out
Everytime I get a zit I pop it, I know thats bad for your skin, and now I have scars. Now that i’ve found ways to reduce acne, which the toothpaste remedy amazingly works, how do I get rid of these acne scars without spending a fortion???
Take glycolic light skin peels
mhm how to get rid of acne scars? I heard emu oil and bio oil work but never tried it… any oils or natural things that work?
I had severe acne on my face. But then I use is Clinical Super Serum and the condition soon improved. The best thing about the serum is that it also fades post-acne marks and scars on the face. I’m still using it and the spots on my face are gradually fading away.
The worst thing about acne is the scars and the marks it leaves behind. Some of the scars tend to disappear with time but some are so grave that it can be disfiguring which may make our heart sink.
The post acne marks is the hyper pigmented or red marks and is called as the post inflammatory marks. These marks take at least 6-12 months to completely disappear. When these marks last longer than a year then it turns into a scar. A number of things could be done to reduce the redness and to quicken its pace to disappear. There are also a number of home remedies available. Following are some of them.
Rub lemon juice on the scar/marks. This will lighten the color. Apply the juice and leave it on for about 10 minutes. Wash off your face and then apply a sun block lotion.
2) Make a paste of sandalwood powder, black gram powder and rose water. Apply it on the area and I possible leave it overnight. Wash it with cold water the next morning. If you find that it makes you skin too dry then add some milk into it.
If these tips did not work for you, do not lose heart you can still try some other tips. Good Luck!
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I have never had a problem with acne until now. Quitting heroin one year ago has driven my hormones crazy, and this is one of the results apparently. It’s almost all on my forehead, and I’ve been washing it more, avoiding moisturizer, putting honey on it (read it online, who knows if it works though), and I recently bought black soap, because people swear by it. It has made my skin much softer, but the acne isn’t going away! Everything I read online has to do with oily skin acne treatments, so I was wondering if it made a difference since I have dryer skin. If so, does anyone have any suggestions? Home remedies that have worked for you?
Talk to your dermatologist
I used to have perfect skin but recently i have been getting a few pimples and lots of white spots under my eyes. I have semi oily skin. Should i use proactive? The clean and clear advantage kit? Or something else? Thank you so much! Also.. how well did it work and in how long? thank again!
I love love love my skin care routine and it sounds like i have similar skin to you
-biore complexion clearing/ blemish fighting ice cleaner
-biore complexion clearing pore unclogging scrub
-clean and clear morning burst in shower facial
-olay refreshing toner
for breakouts i use neutrogena rapid clear, because it uses salicylic acid, which for me works better and is less harsh on my skin
for the times when i just cant help picking at the zit i use A+D ointment. (its white and like yellow-gold). This stuff is genius. Though its for diaper rash, it works perfectly on all cuts by closing it up sooner and helps reduce scarring
for the oil i use clean and clear oil absorbing sheets
i hope that helps in any way (seriously though, try the a+d ointment)
I am 16 years old and i have oily skin. It is not EXTREMELY oily but it does get pretty bad throughout the day. I think this is one of the reasons i break out. I know i break out because of hormones once a month, but even besides that my acne never seems to fully go away. What is the best facial cleanser for my situation? Also does anyone know what kind of routine i should have every day with washing my face?
Hello Haley! I totally understand your situation! I am a guy but I also have a permanent oily skin condition. However, at your age I wouldn’t be too worried about it as you are still undergoing puberty (which can last till you reach 20 years old) and girls do have breakouts every end of months, as you stated. However, there are treatments out there to sooth your skin and prevent the discomfort. I have personally given up on chemical treatments as these don’t seem to have any effect. However, do try ice cold water face washes with a mild soap/ oil free (2 to 3 times a day should really help). Follow the link http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/11-herbs-used-traditional-acne-remedies to find more herbal/bio remedies for oily skin and acne. Hope to have answered your question and good luck!
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I have tried a lot of acne medications and none of them have worked for me. Please help. I have a ton of acne what product should i use?
I love how 75% of responses to people with acne are “Go to a dermatologist and get accutane” or “Wash your face more”
Accutane has some seriously potentially dangerous side effects yet people hop all over it like it’s the second coming (http://homemadeacneremedy.com/side-effects-of-accutane-roaccutane-side-effects)
There is a completely safe way to get rid of acne in just a matter of days by fasting. Fasting is completely safe, I’ve done several, and at the end of it your skin will look amazing.
There are several types of fasts you can do but the easiest one the I recommend someone jump in to is either the master cleanse, aka the lemonade diet, or do a juice fast drinking only fresh pressed and unfiltered juices combined with psyllium husk and bentonite clay shakes.
The master cleanse is good because there is well documented material all over the place on how to do it. For me, I think a cleanse involving psyllium husks and bentonite clay is easier as the shakes help you feel more full and it’s much easier to pull off.
If you do pursue a fast, don’t even think about using store bought apple juice, V8 or anything like that. You either have to make your own juice with a juicer or buy the fresh pressed and unfiltered juices from a health food store. Normal juices just have way to much junk in them as it is and they take out many beneficial nutrients.
The acne no more system or the clear for life system both show you great step by step plans to clear your acne this way and both also show you how to do it without fasting, but it will take a longer time to get clear.
For fast results that last, you cannot beat fasting to clear your acne. It’s 100% healthy, safe and natural and works better than anything else in the world.
I have acne and I want to have it go away fast. Any ideas? I already use face wash
Acne is the most common skin problem and worldwide several people are troubled with the outbreak of acne.
Here are some easy things you can start doing today to help you heal your acne:
1.Grate some apple and add one teaspoon of honey in it and mix it well. Now apply this mixture on your entire face and
keep for about twenty minutes. This mixture is very effective in tightening the skin pores and thus killing the bacteria causing acne.
2.Applying fresh aloe Vera gel on the face is also effective cure for acne. If you will start doing this remedy now,
within three days you will get great amount of relief from acne.
3.Add about two teaspoon of lemon and one teaspoon of water and with the help of cotton apply this mixture on your face.
Lemon is very effective treatment for acne. You have to add water in lemon juice or else applying only lemon juice will
cause severe burns on face.
4.Put some rose water in two teaspoon of sandalwood and apply this paste on your face without fail daily. The acne
problem will soon get vanished.
5.You can remove the impurities from within your body by drinking plenty of water. This water therapy will surely show
positive changes in your face.
6.Applying fresh cucumber juice on your face is also very effective cure for acne. It will also make your skin soft and
7.Drinking fresh fruit juices will help in cleaning your body from within and thus your skin will start glowing along
with reducing the acne.
If you believe in ayurvedic supplements then you can use this prodcut
something natural to get rid of it?
its cause i stayed up so late yesterday till 2 am and i have a party tomorrow !
no products just like home remedies?
thanks guys !
This truly works and is a quick and permanent solution. It got rid of mine and those of wannabeblue 28 and Candi:) below.
Wannabeblue28: “Hi Mukunda M. I have just been rubbing my face with oil using my fingers and hands and It has made a HUGE difference in my complexion after just one night. …… My skin looks so much tighter everywhere and i no longer have bags under my eyes! Thank you so much for your post, I have been suffering with acne and under-eye circles since i was young.”
Candi:) “I tried this a day or 2 ago, OMGosh it workedd out amazingly, thx some much and thx to you who ansered, they were all good answers. =D”
Specialized massaging greatly tightens skin under and around the eye area and the bags go away. And the wrinkles diminish. First make skin tight by opening mouth 3/4′ and pulling lips firmly back against teeth. You will see that it very much tightens where the bags are and then massaging itself tightens it even more
Use both hands. Massage quite vigorously with front of palms and fingers held together:.
(1) Long up and down sweeps close to nose from chin area up to near eyes.
(2) Do another up and back at an angle from near chin point to cheek bone.
(3) Do fast up and down massage close to eye from cheek bones at an angle of 45 degrees (on crows feet area).
Do for several minutes daily (not necessarily in one session) – skin will become tighter under and around eye and the circles will visibly diminish in the first two or three days.
Use any natural oil. Extra virgin olive and E.V. Coconut oils work well for many. They are noncomedogenic – so do not clog or enlarge pores or cause breakouts
YOGA MEDITATION is a great help also and is easy to do. It enables you to completely relax and gives you deep, restful sleep. 6 hours of restful sleep is considerably more beneficial than 8 or 9 more. Siddha Yoga is very effective.
SOURCE(S): Many years researcher/consultant. Safe natural treatments/cures for skin conditions and anti aging rejuvenation treatments
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My skin broke out a lot in the past few months. I was able to clear up all the pimples but most of them left dark red spots behind. I heard that you can use lemon juice or hydrogen peroxide to clear them up. Is this true? If it is, how would I use it and how long will it take to get rid of the red marks? And how can I hide them with make up until then?
You could try to Have warm water together with lemon juice added daily. Use up the juice of one entire lemon every day, with about 10 portions of normal water. This will help clean your liver of skin-harming toxic compounds, not to mention helping to lose soreness. Further more, after plenty of searching i ultimately come across a worth while course, and i would recommend you go here
All of the techniques in this course are all natural acne treatments together with do not necessarily need prescriptions or anything in any sort of undesirable products.
Can you guys please list every single possible way to remove scars,marks,tans from my face and my body ? Please don’t say dermabrasion it’s not an option it’s way too much money.
This is a complex problem. I will try to simplify.
Irritation and swelling can cause the melanacytes to react and produce pigment. When this happens, it can cause dark pigmented spots appear. It is commonly known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
This problem can be difficult to treat because most traditional methods of skin lightening will cause further irritation and further hyperpigmentation. Glycolic Acid, Hydroquinone, and Retinol should all be avoided due to their irritation potential (especially since higher concentrations are needed in order to produce significant results).
MaMa Lotion solves the problem by addressing two issues–the need for high potency and hyperpigmentation prevention. MaMa Lotion combines two Alpha Hydroxy Acids known for their non-irritating nature, Mandelic Acid and Malic Acid, with potent anti-inflammatories. This unique combination ensures maximum results with minimal irritation.
MaMa Lotion is a terrific hyperpigmentation and melasma treatment as it will even out your pigmentation and soften your skin as a whole.
For more informations read here: http://www.acne-removal-scar.net/MaMa-Lotion.html
If you have really acne scars:
There are different types of acne scars, and different treatments for each.
* Ice pick scars
* Boxcar scars
* Rolling scars
* Hypertrophic scars
It is important that all the acne is clear before treating scarring.
Otherwise, new scars form and the procedures are wasted.
Go Here to read about different scars and treatments: http://www.acne-removal-scar.net/different-types-of-acne-scar.htm
Over the counter product can improve your skin condition only if your acne scar is not severe. In this case you can find a list of home products here: http://www.acne-removal-scar.net/best-acne-scar-treatments.html
I had acne on my forehead and went to a doctor and I was prescribed Dalacin T Topical Solution. It worked but now I’m left with red little spots on my forehead, however they don’t stand up 3D on my forehead, you can’t even feel them. So if you wiped your hand accross my forehead, you wouldn’t be able to feel them. They can be covered with make-up but they’re really bothering me! How can I get rid of them? Thanks x
Hi, I had acne as a teenager and thought it would scar, my skin is lovely now.
It’s a combination of things.
There are some foods you should eat regularly which contain silicon, Vitamins A and C and collagen. These are raw carrots, broccoli, garlic and onion. Sweet potato, nuts especially walnuts and almonds. These will improve the overall health of your skin including any marks.
For a face cream you need something healing, use a pure retinol cream or serum especially on the forehead once a week .
Use pure hemp oil occasionally, studies have shown that hemp oil literally repairs DNA, so this will spur on growth for new skin. Apply it with cotton wool or add it a plain moisturiser – oil free, it is strong but it will resurface the skin, obviously it can cause spots cause it’s oil but you have to offset the risk/gain. Use it occasionally and see how much you can put on your skin without breaking out. It will be worth it.
Use a good exfoliator on your whole face a few times a week, this will resurface the skin and eventually fade the marks. The best is St Ives Blemish Fighting Apricot Scrub.
Your skin needs to regenerate overall so it’s a combination of diet and topical treatments, I find natural are always better as the chemical stuff you get off the doctor contains alcohol which dries the skin. I hope the above regime works to hydrate, resurface and retexture the skin while promoting new cell growth. It did for me!
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I want to get rid of my acne but at the same time I don’t want to order it because it takes long and you have to give them a lot of information or pay extra.
I use zapzyt it’s lie $5.00 at walmart and works really good for me. It tends to dry my face out if I use to much but you can use it up to 3 times a day which is good for me. I like to clean my face at night and then put a little on and then repeat the next night and in a week or so or sometimes even days for some people you will see results! Love this product!!
I’ve got a bit of acne on my face and a couple of enlarged pores. I’ve had acne for a while now, and since it’s gone down a bit I can’t wait for it to completely disappear. Are there any facial treatments that could help get rid of my acne quickly and effectively? If so, how much would this cost?
Are there any acne facials that you could recommend?
I’m looking for a non-prescription treatment that would get rid of my acne in one treatment. Something cheap would be preferable.
Blue, try this natural acne treatment:
1. Tea tree oil. Tea tree oil helps a lot in battling and killing the bacterias that cause acne.
2. Get more quality sleep. A lot of benefits to be reap by getting plenty of quality sleep. One of them is better skin’s health. Another would be faster self-curing ability of the skin.
3. Detoxification. It’s the best way to improve your health in general, which in turn, will directly help in your acne in a BIG way.
Now these powerful and effective tips will definitely help you clear up your acne and skin in just a few weeks time. But what if there is a better, more miraculous system that can really help you get rid of acne quickly and more importantly, permanently?
I have personally spent 10 years time trying to deal with and get rid of acne. I am sure you know how bad it feels to have acne. You want to get rid of it so that you can enjoy life more without the redness and swelling. You want to look ten times as attractive without acne. I totally feel you.
What product should I buy to get rid of my acne? I want to see some kind of results in at least two weeks, that could be the big pimples gone or my face less red it doesn’t matter. I just want to know that the product works and I can see some sort of results. Suggest any product but not anything stupid like go rub honey on your face or put dog sh*t on your face every night thanks.
Get a good cleanser (neutragena has nice ones and so does proactive) , get a toner (i prefer neutragena acne stress control), then get a anti spot cream with benozyl peroxide. If you have very sensitive skin get 2 % benozyl but if your skin can support it you can get a percentage as high as 10 %. Wash your face EVERY NIGHT. If you have the money i suggest a clairosonic!
If yu have really bad eating habits try t eat healthy, also water is amazing for your skin.
Try never to touch your face as well.
Also go to a dermatologist they will suggest high end products that work miracles.
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So, I used to only have a lot of acne over my shoulders, but now it’s about halfway down the right side of my back! It’s very nasty and I would not like to have to pay so much just for body acne treatment, so is there any way I can just use ingredients from my home (such as stuff from the store) that I can use to make it go away?
I also have the same problems. But my bacne are almost gone and that’s a good thing. Every time I take a bath I make sure that I scrub my back and after that I put acne cream which removes acne and spots at my back. I also use sleeveless and loose clothes whenever I only stay here at home since it’s already summer here and I can’t take the heat. I also workout, eat nutritious foods especially banana because some say that eating these will help remove pimples and drink a lot of water. I hope it helps!
I suffer severe acne and I have to take this medication and it has caused my teeth to go yellow, Is there any dental treatment or home remedies that will reverse this.
Generally if a tooth discoloration is being caused by a medicine, the stain is called intrinsic (from the inside of a tooth). These stains can not be removed by conventional means. In other words, whitening strips won’t do it.
I’d suggest contacting a cosmetic dentist and consulting with him or her.
I’ve been having acne for 1-2 years. My mom wants me to go to the Doctor to get medicine for my acne, but I’m afraid that it won’t work and we would be wasting money.
What the DR. Prescribes is better. But some things you can do to reduce acne is, dont eat alot of greasy foods (pizza,hamburgers,bacon, ect.), and stay away from dairy because sometimes your body cant digest the dairy and it will find other ways to get rid of it which can cause acne.
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