Monday, March 16, 2009


The best solution is to see a dermatologist. They know what they're doing. All they do is look at your acne and order some medicine for it then you must buy it and the acne disappears within a week.

After using any of the above-recommended acne medications (benzoyl peroxide, etc.), be sure to apply a gentle moisturizer over it in case you have sensitive skin.
Tinted moisturizer works well to cover pimples up, but this DOES NOT mean you have full sun protection.

Make sure all the products you use are non comedogenic or non acnedemic. This means that it does not clog pores.

Use any daily wash acne treatment regularly in the morning and night.

Drink Water.

Stop the Spread of Acne - Apply acne medication about half an inch around the affected area to help keep the acne from spreading.

Acne moves across
the face from the nose to the ear, so you need to treat beyond the inflamed area. Most people make the mistake of treating only the pimples and not the outlying areas of skin. This is wrong.

Wash your pillowcase often and always use clean face towels. Dirty towels and pillowcases can harbor bacteria and germs that can make acne worse.
Put some baking soda into your cleanser to take out all the oil in your pores. Only do this 3 times a week.

Try to prevent over-exposure to sunlight. Over-exposure to sunlight can dry out the skin and cause breakouts. If you are out in the sunlight very often, use a suncreen, preferably spf 35+.

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