Clear Acne In 4 Weeks

Chris asks…

How long does it take for my acne to clear up using the following medications?

first to describe my acne, i have mild- moderate acne on my entire face chest back should arms and even stomach, although most of it is discoloration and medium amount of pimples. i have hadit for five years so far. and one point it was almost all gone except it got worse. so now im using new medications.How long will it take to make my skin perfectly clear? here is what i use and when

-morning and evenig when taking shower, benzol peroxide
-morning and evening one pill each of doxycycline hytlate 100mg
-every night or every other night retin-a micro .04

any experience with these products?
anything better?
have you used Accutane?
have you tried Ance Practice bootcamp?

thanks any advice would help
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admin answers:

I’m glad that I never had these problems and had to take so many medications, but as far as I know your acne should start to clear after 3 to 4 weeks and finally it should be gone after 2 to 3 months, but to make it sure you can ask your doctor as well who has prescribed these medication..

Steven asks…

How to get a nice clear skin?

I am 13 years old and I always get bullied because I have acne scars & pimples. I wanna get rid of this before school starts, any tips? Oh and yeah I have an oilly face, but if I don’t put lotion the skin becomes dry and my nose will look terrible.

admin answers:

Well,when it comes to acne scars,you should include a scar serum in your skincare regime since this could improve your scar appearance by promoting healing and cell renewal.Plus,you could also use Vitamin E or Cocoa Butter since these really works wonders on acne scars.However,if you would like to opt for remedies,I would suggest different 4 steps that you could try at home to improve your scars.

Baking Soda-Exfoliate your skin with baking soda. Often times, a version of baking soda is used in cosmetic microdermabrasion treatments. You can give yourself a mini microdermabrasion treatment by mixing one teaspoon of baking soda with the two teaspoons of filtered water.Then gently rub the mixture on your acne scar for sixty seconds then rinse it off.

Fresh Fruits-In addition to eating fresh fruits to supply your skin with collagen building vitamin C, you can also smear them onto your face for gentle acid exfoliation. Just puree a forth a cup of pineapple and smooth it onto your face. Leave it for 10-15 minutes, then rinse. Since the pineapple contains ascorbic acid, it will impart a brightening effect on the face, and help fade acne marks.

Apple And Honey-Using a blender, make a mixture out of 1 peeled apple with 1 tablespoon of yogurt, half a cucumber and 1 tablespoon of honey. Apply on face, leave for 20 minutes and wash off with warm water.

Olive Oil-Massage a pea-sized amount of olive oil onto your face.Acne scaring can cause the skin to lose its elasticity and suppleness.The moisturizing nutrients in the olive oil will penetrate the skin to deeply moisturize the skin and soften the skin’s texture.

Well,these are those 4 remedies that works best for your skin that impose no irritation to your skin.Good luck trying these at home and pick one that suits you.Hope this helps and great skin wishes.

P/s:You could also opt to use a facial scrub once a week to gently exfoliate your dead skin cells to improve skin complexion.Do try these remedies I suggest you.It work wonders on my skin and I’m sure it would do you the same.

Good luck and cheer up!

Laura asks…

What exactly is a staph infection and how does someone get it?

My neice has a 3 week old little girl. They took her to the hospital last night she was diagnosed with a staph infection in her eye. Is this something serious?

admin answers:

Staph
Related concepts:
Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcal infections

Introduction:
Staph infections are very common. The bacteria look like innocent clusters of grapes under the microscope.

What is it?
Staph bacteria surround us! They are often found on the surface of healthy people’s skin. Infection occurs if they enter the skin, or enter the body through another route.

There are many species of Staph bacteria. They cause a wide variety of illnesses in children, ranging from very mild skin infections to devastating toxic shock syndrome.

Skin infections are especially common and include impetigo, conjunctivitis, cellulitis, acne, boils, styes, and infected wounds or hangnails. Staph can be associated with mild blocked tear ducts in newborns. Staph scalded skin syndrome, though, is a severe skin disease caused by Staph.

Staph can cause infections in the ears, nose, and throat. And it can cause swimmer’s ear, an infection in the ear canal.

Staph infections also occur in lymph nodes. Staph blood infections can lead to many other areas of infection including pneumonia, infective arthritis, bone infections, and even meningitis.

Staph food poisoning is one of the most common types of food poisoning.

Who gets it?
Most or all children get some form of Staph infection. Those with an underlying chronic disease, such as diabetes, or those with indwelling foreign bodies, such as shunts, catheters, or artificial joints, are at the highest risk.

Staph food poisoning comes from eating foods contaminated by Staph. Staph usually gets into the food from food handlers with infected eyes, fingers, pimples, boils, rashes, or nasal secretions. When Staph is introduced into prepared foods and not followed immediately by cooking or refrigeration, the bacteria multiply and produce a toxin that will not be destroyed by cooking. The ideal temperature for Staph to grow is about body temperature.

The most commonly affected foods are sandwiches, sliced ham, poultry, or other meats, potato salads, egg salads, salad dressings, cream-filled pastries, and custards.

What are the symptoms?
The symptoms of a Staph infection vary depending on the location and severity of the infection. (See individual conditions such as conjunctivitis or impetigo for possible symptoms. Staph may produce pus wherever it appears.

Staph food poisoning is dramatic in that it begins quickly after eating the offending food — within 8 hours, usually within 4 hours, often within 30 minutes. Children with Staph will have sudden severe nausea, vomiting, and cramps, often accompanied by diarrhea. There is usually no significant fever, in fact the temperature often drops. And the person feels miserable!

If you’ve ever lain on the floor for several hours wishing you were dead, suddenly sick after eating a meal, Staph was a likely cause.

The rapid onset, presence of vomiting, and absence of significant fever make it possible to distinguish Staph from other sources of food poisoning. (Clostridium, for example, takes longer to make you sick and rarely includes vomiting; Salmonella also takes longer and usually includes a fever).

Is it contagious?
Staph infections can be spread from person to person by direct contact.

How long does it last?
Staph food poisoning usually lasts for a day or two. Other Staph infections have widely varying lengths.

How is it diagnosed?
Staph can be identified with cultures or other diagnostic tests of the part of the body infected. Sometimes the diagnosis is clear from the history and physical exam.

How is it treated?
Treatment depends on the location and severity of the infection. Most Staph infections require some sort of antibiotics. These might be antibiotic creams, eye drops, or oral or IV antibiotics depending on the location. These must be chosen carefully, as many Staph are resistant to many antibiotic

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