Get Rid Of Acne Fast And Easy

Robert asks…

What is the quickest and easiest and cheapest way to get rid of acne scars?

I don’t want to do laser treatments or anything like that. I just need a simple, fast, cheap wat to get rid of acne scars.

admin answers:

My girlfriend has had great success treating scars with a derma roller.

It is basically a skin roller with tiny pins in it which tickle when you roll it over your skin. Scars are often due to a lack of collagen in the skin – which makes skin smooth, supple and tight – but a derma roller triggers your skin’s natural healing process to generate more collagen.

It also helps your favourite creams penetrate the skin better. Without it, over 90% of your cream is left on the outside of your skin!

Negative effects have never been reported, so it is very safe, and yet very effective at evening out your skin.

There is an article about acne scars here:

And you can also read up on how derma rollers work here:

Good luck with it!

William asks…

what is the best ways you have gotten rid of acne?

please list all the best things you’ve used or things you’ve done to get rid of acne. also say what foods you had to stay away from. please dont list any doctor prescribed medicine because my acne isnt bad, its only a little bit of acne but i want to get rid of it fast. please list the name brands of the items and if you have any household remedies for acne it would be great if you could list those too. OH yeah and i have blackheads too so any tips on how to get rid of those would be helpful. thanks! by the way the reason im listing this in womens health is because, well, this is a problem that all women come across and i guess its kind of a health problem…thankss!
most of the acne is on my forehead by the way and the blackheads are on my nose. its weird though cause the acne is not red or irritated bumps they’re like…regular skin tone color and they’re only noticable if i turn my head a certain way and the light catches them in a certain way. yeah. lol sorry i thought maybe that would be useful info…
sorry about the gramatical error in the title of this topic lol..didnt realize

admin answers:

I have had acne most of my life, and I am 40 now.

I have tried medicine to kill hair follicle mites, to kill fungus….sulfa drugs (topical and pill), antibiotics, creams lotions….everything.

I was given t-sal shampoo by a new dermatologist who believed the acne on my scalp was seborrhea. I used it on my face, and lo and behold….it worked. My skin has been beautiful.

It removes the upper layer of skin, so the contents of your pores don’t get stuck in there. If only I had known how easy it is. You can get t-sal in the pharmacy. It is made by neutrogena…you just put it on your skin (not in your eyes) for a few minutes, then wash it off, and use a mild face lotion afterwards.

Donna asks…

What is the fastest and cheapest way of getting rid of b/acne?

I would like to get rid of most of my b/acne in 3 weeks. What is the easiest, fastest and cheapest way of doing so?

I have oily skin.

admin answers:

One of the most common misconceptions about acne is that it’s caused by dirt. It’s not! Acne is caused by a combination of factors you can’t control, like your hormone balance and the natural pace of your skin’s renewal system. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can control that may help you keep your acne in check.

Begin by following these simple suggestions for healthy-skin hygiene.

Acne Prevention –

Tip #1: Don’t over-wash. Since dirt is not causing your acne, excessive scrubbing and washing won’t make it go away. Try to limit yourself to two washings per day — anything more than that can leave your healthy skin dry, and your acne-prone areas irritated. Habitual over-washing may also stimulate extra oil production, which could result in more breakouts.

Tip #2: Skip harsh scrubs. It’s okay to exfoliate, but be sure to use a gentle formula with small, smooth grains. Avoid products with almond or apricot shell fragments; they can irritate or even tear your skin and further aggravate your acne.

Tip #3: Say no to alcohol. If you use a toner, avoid products with high concentrations of isopropyl alcohol, or common rubbing alcohol. A strong astringent, alcohol strips the top layer of your skin, causing your sebaceous glands to produce more oil. The result? Dry, red skin — and possibly more blemishes.

Tip #4: Don’t squeeze or pick. Squeezing or picking your blemishes — with fingernails, pins or anything else — can force bacteria deeper into the skin, causing greater inflammation and infection. You’ll also increase the damage to the surrounding skin, so the blemish is more likely to leave a permanent acne scar.

Tip #5: Hands off! Propionibacterium acne (the bacteria that causes breakouts) is a normal resident of your skin; it doesn’t lead to acne until it gets trapped inside the hair follicle. Excessive touching of your face, including rubbing or even resting your chin in your hands, can drive bacteria into your pores — where it can begin its dirtywork.

Tip #6: Work out, wash off. When you exercise, your movement generates heat; clothing and equipment cause friction. Until you shower off, heat and moisture are trapped against your skin, creating an ideal breeding ground for the spread of bacteria. So whenever you can, shower off immediately after exercising.

Acne Prevention Treatment – Find a regimen and stick with it. Most cases of mild acne can be improved with “over-the-counter” products, or products that don’t require a prescription from your doctor. There is a wide range of treatments available, and there’s a good chance one of them will work for you.

If you start treatment before your acne gets severe, you’ll have a better chance of avoiding physical and emotional problems down the road. But if your acne gets worse or lasts more than a couple of weeks, see a dermatologist.

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