Acne Treatments That Work

Maria asks…

Does any body know of any really good acne treatments?

ok im 15 years old and ive suffered from sever acne for quite a few years and i spent a total of $3,296 on acne treatments alone just last year. nothing is really working for me. any advice?

admin answers:

Water and exercise are best, but sometimes they won’t do the trick.

You can try anti-biotics or topical lotions, but they are expensive and could make things worse.

I suffered for years with acne, always having 2-3 sizable spots. I used everything possible and was completely addicted to over-the-counter treatments (washes, spot treatments, drying lotions, toners, masques, etc.) I spent loads.

Finally, I figured out that my skin seemed to be better in humid climates. I guess when it was getting more moisture, it stopped producing so much excess oil. So I stopped using everything that was drying out my skin. I switched to a cream cleanser and a good moisturizer.

I still use some home-made masks every now and then, and whenever I start to feel a spot coming up, I dab on some preparation H right away. It stops it from getting red and inflamed and it will usually disappear in the next day.

For home-made treatments, try a combination of baking soda and apple cider vinegar. Spread it all over your face and leave for 10 min. Wash off with warm water, gently rubbing as you remove it to get some mild exfoliation.

Good luck!

Jenny asks…

How do you properly use the Murad Exfoliating Acne Treatment Gel?

I usually use the Murad Cleanser, and just the Murad Skin Perfecting Lotion. I don’t use the exfoliating acne treatment gel that comes in the kit. My mom says that after you put the exfoliating acne treatment gel on, you’re suppose to wash it off, but the instruction says nothing of that. Is that true?

admin answers:

I’ve been in that situation and there is really nothing you can do about it. There are things you can do to try to reduce the blemishes and get rid of acne/pimples temporarily but you will always be finding yourself cleaning your face or your body depending on where it’s at.

I mean of course your acne should go away eventually but for some this is the case their whole life.

I’m 29 years old and have been suffering from these little pests since I was a teenager. I tried all sorts of face washes from the local grocery store and what not, but nothing seemed to work. If anything it would just make my skin dry and itchy.

Literally the best acne face wash I’ve ever used has been this stuff called clearpores. It has got rid of the acne to quickest and has been a success ever since I got it. It’s unique cause of it’s herbal supplement you take a long with it that helps your skin from the inside out. I saved money on it at at the time which was helpful.

You should really look into this stuff and if you can to assure the best results, get the 3 month supply because if it doesn’t work it will still save you butt on the return policy.

Well good luck and best wishes.

Nancy asks…

What was the most affective acne treatment you have used?

What was the most affective acne treatment you have used? If you can also give me some detail that would be great. I’ve had acne for five years and tried everything you can think of, and it makes me feel hopeless, and my breakouts tend to be painful.

admin answers:

With me it was a combination of bicarbonate of soda (possibly why toothpaste works, but without the other nasty abrasives that go along with it) and a change of diet.

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