Get Rid Of Acne

Maria asks…

How long does Ziana Gel take to get rid of acne?

I’ve been on Ziana Gel for about 3 months now and have seen little results. It might have actually gotten a little worse. I have light/moderate acne. How long does it usually take Ziana to get rid of acne? Should I stop using?

admin answers:

When Ziana arrived on the scene a couple of years ago, it was highly touted as a wonderful treatment for acne, as the ingredients made sense for it to work. However, we quickly found out that it is medocre, at best, and useless, at worst. If you’ve not seen any results at the three month mark, then you’re probably not ever going to see any. Have your dermatologist change your regimen to a much better one.

Joseph asks…

Does black soap helps to get rid of acne and blackheads ?

I heard that black soap helps to get rid of acne and blackheads, has anyone tried ? Is this true ?

admin answers:

There are certain essential oils that treat acne, that won’t damage your skin. Lemongrass, lavender, eucalyptus and mint are all common ones, with anti-inflammatory and pore tightening properties. Your skin is better off using something organic or natural like the soaps from lavender soap org.

Richard asks…

Is aspirin good for skin and to get rid of acne ?

i read it over the net and also some some videos on youtube that aspirin is good way to get rid of acne…but i want to know if anyone has used it on their skin?

admin answers:

If all else fails, contact a doctor. Mild antibiotics that are available only by prescription can help reduce acne. Keep in mind though, that the widespread overuse (taking antibiotics when you really don’t need them or for something they don’t treat) and misuse (not taking medication for the specified amount of time) of antibiotics has led to the development of multiple antibiotic resistant bacteria. That means that the antibiotics won’t work for the things they used to (including your acne).

Keep hair off of your face if at all possible. If you want to keep your bangs, then consider taking showers regularly or keeping your forehead clean with oil-dabbing cloths / clean tissues / etc.

Get good sleep. Stress increases your skin’s oiliness, which, combined with sweat and dirt, can clog pores and cause pimples. (Change your pillowcase frequently.)

All the Best…

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