Treatments For Acne Under The Skin

Mark asks…

Can anyone identify what type of pimple this is?

I am 13 and i usually get very mild white head acne but a few days ago i noticed this large pimple on my nose so i tried to get rid of it using my usual at home remedies and other treatments that usually works for my acne, but it won’t go away. I believe it has most of the symptoms of a Nodule, under the skin, large and red but it doesn’t hurt at all and i have only had one in my life, so i was wondering if anyone can clarify what types of pimple this is and the best ways to get rid of it?

admin answers:

If you haven’t already tried it, you could try cleansing the area with an unperfumed facial scrub, then dab tea tree oil on it, don’t pick it. If that doesn’t clear it Neutragena make blemish remover which is extremely effective, if you can get Neutragena in Canada.

Sandy asks…

how can i get rid of pimples under the skin?

I have pimples but they seem to be under the skin, they cannot be popped or anything, I need a way of getting rid of them that doesn’t cost much?

admin answers:

Seems like a cystic pimple to me.

This can help you-

a) Baking Soda and Sea Salt:
Mix a small amount of baking soda with water and apply to affected areas no more than once or twice a week. Another remedy involving baking soda calls for the mixing of a small amount of baking soda and sea salt together with water to create a paste that treats inflamed cystic acne.

B) Apple Cider Vinegar:
Prevent future breakouts and stabilize the natural pH of your skin by applying apple cider vinegar as a toner.
D) Honey and Aspirin:
Clear your complexion by using honey and aspirin for a combination remedy. Crush an aspirin and mix with water until a paste is formed. Apply to the face and rinse off. The aspirin acts as an effective exfoliant. Follow-up with an application of honey, which offers a moisturizing, antibacterial treatment.

E) Egg White:
Some people have reported results in treating their cystic acne by applying egg whites to the skin.

F) Aloe:
Rubbing aloe vera juice on cysts may help speed up the healing process.

G) Mango:
Orange or yellow-orange fruits and vegetables have a reputation for replenishing the skin. Create a mango paste for your face to soften skin, achieve a natural glow, and open clogged pores that can lead to or worsen cystic acne.

H) Reduce Friction and Sweating:
Friction and excessive sweating can cause pores to become clogged and more susceptible to cystic acne. Reduce your chances by taking a break when bike helmets, backpacks, tight collars, or headbands are causing undue irritation to your skin.

I) Lemon Juice:
Mix lemon juice with water to treat the inflammation of cystic acne.

J) Say ‘No’ to Oil and Grease:
Using oily or greasy cosmetic products (even some sunscreens) can contribute to your cystic acne. Choose noncomedogenic or nonacnegenic cosmetic products to prevent a breakout.

K) Gentle Cleansing Habits:
Gently wash and cleanse affected areas a couple of times per day. Make sure to avoid drying out the skin and causing irritation.

L) Wash Off Make-Up:
Women, don’t forget to wash off all of your make-up before going to bed or you run the risk of clogging pores.

M) Don’t squeeze them ever!
Hope I helped. X)

Mary asks…

How can I get rid of cyst acne?

I have cyst acne ( acne under the skin) and I started using benzoyl peroxide. Will benzoyl peroxide work ? Does anybody know anything that can help with cyst acne?

admin answers:

Stress can affect hormones and can theoretically promote acne.
Here are some home remedies that can help but do not mix them together.
1) Tea Tree Oil- An essential oil is diluted and applied topically to acne lesions.
2) Lemon oil or juice – Applied lemon juice or apple cider vinegar to face or you can drink it through using it in water a few drops a day. You can leave overnight don’t expose yourself to sunlight. Will help with both acne, and scars as well.
3) Mandarin oil
4) Cedar wood – good for eczema
5) Lavender
6) Apple cider vinegar
7) Bamboo extract or Sarna lotion – good for rosacea, psoriasis, eczema 8) Bio Oil or BB cream for dark spots or scars
9) Toothpaste is very effective for acne leave on face for about 20 to 30 minutes then wash.
10) Zinc really works on acne
11) 2% Erythromycin
12) Benzoin Peroxide
13) Neem oil- good for acne, psoriasis, eczema, skin ulcers (taken either orally or externally)
14) Hydrogen Peroxide 3% – It can help to dry out acne by killing bacteria on the skin.Soak a cotton ball in hydrogen peroxide and apply it either to the acne breakouts on your face. You also may opt to apply hydrogen peroxide to your entire face to help prevent future breakouts. Allow the hydrogen peroxide to do its job — wait until the bubbling stops in approximately a minute or two. Rinse your face with water. Apply an oil-free moisturizer to prevent skin from drying out.
15) Vitamin B3- also known as niacin. It promotes healthy skin, can be utilized as an acne treatment.
16) Retinoid- increase collagen production and plump fine lines, making it a good choice if you’re dealing with acne and wrinkles.
17) Sulfur- dries up pimples and keeps sebum production in check, helping to prevent future blemishes. Sulfur has a distinct smell think rotten eggs.

This is something I use every day and I got rid of my cystic acne and my eczema. I really recommend this.
Neem oil: It is powerful antiviral and antibacterial properties, beneficial to those who suffer from various skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, eczema, skin ulcers, helps one treat hair related problems like dandruff and itchy scalp. Dental care products like toothpaste, mouth washes and rinses all use the neem oil’s antiseptic properties to keep teeth health and gums free of infection. Other benefits also include its use in household items like mosquito repellents, disinfectants and personal hygiene products. If you like you can purchase at Lucy Vitamin or in health food stores. It is the same price as some of the acne medications, either prescribe or over-the-counter.

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