A few more mistakes that can worsen acne


Choosing the wrong product

Harsh cleansers, soaps for the body, and alcohol-based products can aggravate acne, says Berson.

Reed advise you to look for skin care products and make-up that is noncomedogenic or "for acne prone skin". Noncomedogenic product does not contain ingredients that clog pores.

Certain ingredients found in products such as cosmetics, sunscreen and moisturizer can also clog pores. For example isopropyl palmitate, isopropyl myristate, butyl stearate, isopropyl isostearate, decyl oleate, isostearyl neopentanoate, isocetyl stearate, myristate myristle, cocoa butter, lanolin acetate, and D & C.

Likewise with products that contain oils, can clog pores and cause acne.

Squeezing pimples

Often holding and squeezing pimples can lengthen healing time and increase the risk of scarring. Dirt and bacteria can be pushed further into the skin, causing acne more swelling and redness.

Waiting too long for a dermatologist

A good time to see a dermatologist is the time of appearance of acne is completely embarrassing, hurt, causing scarring, or if the counter drugs are not able to handle it.

Dermatologists have the ability, tools, and medicines are more effective for treating acne. They can prescribe oral medications or acne medicine with a concentration that is stronger than the counter acne medication.

They could also offer light therapy, laser therapy and chemical peels. But this treatment may not be necessary to treat acne, clear Armstrong.

Dermatologists can also provide drugs that are tailored to the type of acne and skin of a person.

In addition, doctors also can distinguish between acne rosacea, which usually requires a different treatment of common acne. Rosacea is a skin disease that causes long-term redness and pimples.

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