Treatments For Acne On Face

Joseph asks…

What is the next step in acne treatment for me?

So i am going to the dermatologist this week and i am wondering what to expect. I have acne on my face, back and under my hair. I am currently on tazorac and clindamycin topicals and i am wondering what you guys think i will get next.

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Carol asks…

When you start a new acne treatment, should your acne get worse before it gets better?

OK so I just started using this new acne medicine last night. It’s not proactive but it’s just like it. I’ve read that your acne will get worse before it gets better. Is this true? And if so, why? Is it because it brings the bacteria to the surface?
Oh, and if it does get worse before it gets better, should I pop the pimples or should I let the medicine do it’s trick?

admin answers:

It’s different for everyone. You need to find a face wash and stick with it. The best way to get rid of it is to wash your face twice a day with a wash that has a high content of salcylic acid. Before you wash, fill a sink with hot water and steam your face. That will help to open up your pores and let the medicine in to work. And most importantly, keep your hands away from your face except to wash it!

Mark asks…

What is the best acne treatment for teens?

I have mild acne but my current face wash, which I’ve been using up until now with good results, is no longer working. What is the best daily face wash/treatment?

admin answers:

For me, those face wash things never worked but i found something really simple that worked for me, and i love it cuz its completely cheap and easy and quick. I totttttally swear by it! Here’s what you do:

1. Fill up your sink with steaming hot water
2. Put your face over the bowl of the sink and put a towel over your head, allowing you to steam your face without the steam escaping. This opens your clogged pores.
3. Stay like this for 3-5 minutes, then drain the sink and wash your face with your regular cleanser and warm water.
4. Finish with a splash of cold water to close your pores
5. Finally, apply any spot treatment you might have such as clearisil to any blemishes

i know it looks like a lot, but its cheap and it honestly works. Plus you don’t have to buy anything so there’s nothing to lose by trying it. It usually takes about a day after doing this for your zits to start going away. I usually do this about once a week but if your acne is bad you may want to do it more often. Good luck :)

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