Acne care became easy and simple

Faster results in acme treatment

The first most important thing for an acne prone skin is hygiene. A healthy skin care regime should include no harsh scrubbing or over-washing, because this can cause possible skin irritation or over production of oil to replace what has washed off, clogging pores in the process. Products with gentle exfoliation ingredient should be used; i.e. not scratchy nut or fruit shell pieces that can tear skin. Also skip alcohol products when possible; these can take off the top layer of your skin and cause your glands to produce more oil, further causing clogging pores in the process. If you do spot acne-troubled areas, do NOT mess with them. Working women often suffer from acne on buttocks. The treatment for acne on buttocks is same as given below.

For best acne skin care effects, using a mild cleanser or toner once in the morning, noon and evening, and after doing a heavy work out, will help you achieve a clear skin. Pick that zit. People who prick pimples and blemishes as if pricking a bubble only aggravates the risk of skin inflammation and acne scars. Avoid hand contact with your face for better acne skin care results. For men, shaving should be done with care. Choose the best electric shavers and safety razors you can trust for years. They’ll be more comfortable to use. Men need not use a super sharp blade to get rid of that beard. A regular shaver used with soap and water, or shaving cream will help you get that smooth finish. Doctors advised men to shave lightly, and shave only when necessary for acne skin care maintenance.

Products for daily skin care regime

1 Glycerin is a good moisturizer. Glycerin is known to moisturize from the inside out, pulling in moisture from the outside environment. It’s typically found in better quality, more expensive soaps like a hand made soap or good cleanser. Lower grade, commercially produced soaps usually remove the glycerin and use more cost effective chemicals which are much more destructive to the skin.

2 Tea Tree Oil and Eucalyptus are terrific for cleansing. Tea tree oil is considered to have some of the best natural antiseptic / antifungal properties in the world. Eucalyptus oil has been shown to fight infection-causing bacteria, fungi, and viruses very effectively.

3 Pure Aloe Vera – the absolute best moisturizer.

Always remember what is best for your body is best for your skin, especially since your skin is the largest organ of your body. So remember to watch your diet and consume healthy vitamins, minerals and other supplements. This will help to prevent and help conquer acne breakout.

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  1. sick_mick_101 says:

    I’ve had my nose pierced for 3 weeks now.

    A few days ago, I noticed that the inside surrounding the stud was red and crusty (unmistakably, an infection).

    I don’t know why I got an infection in the first place, because I had been soaking my piercing 2-3 times a day in warm sea salt water for 5 minutes each.

    To try to take care of the infection, I upped the sea salt soaks to 3-4 times a day, and I’m making the water hotter, and I’m doing 10 minutes each instead of 5.

    Today, I was only able to do one in the morning, and then once more at 7:30 PM. At 7:30, I noticed that the infection bump was bigger on the inside, like more pus had built up or something just because I hadn’t already done 2 or 3 before then.

    I am very careful not to touch my piercing, although I have developed bad acne on my nose surrounding the area of the piercing (I don’t know why. And no, it’s not “the bump”, I actually have acne on my nose now).

    How can I get rid of the infection quickly so that it doesn’t get worse and make “the bump” on my nose? I REALLY don’t want that, and I feel like I am doing so many sea salt soaks per day it’s really getting in the way of daily life! How can I fix this?

    Also, why is there acne on my nose now, and how can I get rid of it? I have very very good skin naturally, so it’s really weird that I have it.

  2. fattiemanny says:

    I have Folliculitis, but was wondering if a doctor can cure it or should I go to a dermatologist instead? The thing is I don’t have any type of health insurance except a medical card from my doctor that allows me to go to the doctor for free on certain health problems, but not everything. What should I do?
    The card is green and says State of California and also says Health Access Programs.

  3. Rishabh Bajpai says:

    I heard of this treatment for pimples and I wanted to know if it works.

    1.Mix A LOT of salt into a cup of water.
    2.Dip a cotton ball in the salt water and press it over the pimple.
    3.Put a Band Aid over it.
    4.Let it sit overnight.

    Please does this work? And if not are there any other fast effective ways to get rid of a pimple? FYI toothpaste only makes it worse. Thanks

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