Acne Treatments For Oily Skin

Robert asks…

what is the best way to get clear skin?

Hi guys, I suffer from very mild acne and oily skin,and when your a teenager you want to look your very best. I need some tips so I can get rid of them both. Any advice?

admin answers:

Try using a spot treatment face wash i use clean and clear blackhead scrub this isnt just for black ehads it takes away oil as it exfoliates. You can try getting acne cream and using it day and night or the recomennded time. I also steam my face with a PROPER face steamer this get rid of dirt, excess oil and spots, you can get these from boots, superdrug and other places. Hope this helps xx :) Btw try not wearing make-up for a few weeks this will help clear your skin up, i know you might feel self conscience if you always wear make-up but trust em in the long run it will help x

Linda asks…

What is the best over the counter acne treatment?

I have moderate acne and have tried several things that haven’t helped much. I have very oily skin so I need something that can help with that but won’t dry out my skin too bad. Any suggestions?

admin answers:

Acne is at best a very unpleasant condition to live with, but there are steps you can take to try to improve it. The traditional route is to contact your doctor to see what they would recommend. But theses days many are bypassing the doctor and going straight to the drugstore.

But how do you decide what is the best over the counter acne treatment for you and what advice do you take? There is so much advertising for different products that it is hard to know which is the best for you. Probably the first step to take in deciding, is whether you want to use a traditional medical treatment, or a one of the growing number of natural health products and remedies.

There are a growing number of natural products, as the trend towards a more holistic type of lifestyle becomes more popular. These products can be very good, but it is probably worth doing a little research so that you are quite clear about what you are buying and what it is supposed to do for your skin.

Traditional medical treatments are much more straightforward and many of the most popular contain salycic acid or benzoyl peroxide. If you prefer to go for the natural products, there are many to choose from, such as tea tree oil, aloe vera and Vitamin E. It is difficult to say which is the best over the counter acne treatment, as different products will suit different people. Most products whether natural or traditional, work by drying the skin to prevent excess oil building up and leading to acne.

Rather than buying the product that looks the best in the shop, it is usually best to ask the pharmacist for advice on which is the best over the counter acne treatment. They usually have extensive experience in dealing with this and are likely to know the products that work. There is a wide range to choose from and getting advice, is probably a good idea.

Even though you may have been very careful to buy the best over the counter acne treatment, it is possible that it is not suitable for your skin. If after trying a new treatment you experience any pain or discomfort it is best to check with your doctor. There are many treatments available and it is a good idea to get some good advice as to which is the best for your skin type, before you buy.

Laura asks…

What is the best drugstore facial cleanser for oily/combination skin?

I have oily skin but it also gets dry during the winter, which then causes more acne because my skin tries to produce more oil. I have been breaking out lately with sore pimples and blackheads around my nose. I just finished a bottle of St. Ives green tea clearing complexion. Im considering going to a dermatologist but first I want to try to solve this on my own. ANY ADVISE IS WELCOME! (: thank you!

admin answers:

Hi,
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