Suffering With Pimples? Here Are Some Helpful Solutions!

By Jane Sutter

Pimples will not win a popularity contest! It is true, no one really likes the discomfort or appearance of acne. Unfortunately, most will experience it at some point in their life. So, what should you do about it? Is there a way to possibly avoid or lessen the affect of it? Read the following article for some tips others have found helpful:

Many women already know that cucumber slices can help get rid of bags under their eyes. But, not many know that it can help clear up acne as well. Grate a cucumber and apply it to any affected areas. Then sit back and relax for about fifteen minutes to let it do its work. Then, wash it away.

For those wanting to reduce the amount of zits they have, careful washing of the face every night before going to sleep can remove oils that can contribute to breakouts of whiteheads. It is impotant that you choose a cleanser that prevents or clears balckheads. This regular washing will result in a clearer face, and is not hard to adapt into a personal schedule.

If you have a blemish that will not go away, go into your freezer and use a piece of ice. Ice will help to reduce the swelling of your pimple so that it is much less noticeable when you go out with your friends. Additionally, this treatment will hasten the healing process, so that you are back to normal quicker than usual.

To help reduce your pimples, consider taking a supplement to get all the vitamins and minerals you need to keep your skin clear. Maca, a root from Peru, balances and stabilizes the systems of your body. Nature's Living Superfood contains many nutrients that are beneficial to your body, including trace minerals.

If you are fighting an pimples battle, do not worry about your diet. While stories are wide-spread that certain foods contribute to pimples problems, the rumors are not true. Chocolate and greasy foods and other rich fare have no effect on your skin's susceptibility to acne. Just remember that the foods the get blamed for acne aren't healthy anyway, so moderate your indulgence!

If you want to gain control over your acne, you will need to commit to a very strict skin care regimen. This means you will need to make time in your daily schedule to accommodate washing, exfoliating, toning and moisturizing. Not taking the proper amount of time means you may cut corners and not see the best results possible.

Aloe Vera is a great product to use on your skin, especially if you are very red and uncomfortable from your pimples. This green gel is very soothing when you apply it to your skin and can create a strong shield to block bacteria and the sun from impacting your face.

If you are in a relationship, you may have outbreaks of acne due to the intense stress that you may be under. Try to limit the amount of times that you fight, to reduce anxiety and improve your face. Constantly worrying and stressing out are contributing factors in acne development.

Makeup that is labeled as non-comedogenic or non-acnegenic can help prevent breakouts. These types of makeup are formulated to avoid clogging your oil-producing pores. If you use these types of makeup and your acne worsens, try switching to a different brand. The brand that you are using may have ingredients that your skin is sensitive to.

To keep from developing breakouts, you should regularly clean your makeup brushes. When you use a makeup brush, oil and dirt from your face are transferred to the brush. Over time, the brush can build up bacteria and clog your pores. Taking the time to clean your brushes will keep them from damaging your skin.

If you have very severe pimples that is thick and painful, visit a dermatologist and ask about medication options. There are topical and oral medication options. Some medications can eliminate the oil producing glands underneath your skin. Discuss the options with your doctor and weigh the pros and cons of each choice.

If your doctor has prescribed an antibiotic or medicine for the control of your pimples, make sure you take the medicine in its entire course before deciding if it is working or not. Often, acne will get worse at the beginning of a new regimen as pimples come to the surface that were not visible before. Give your body ample time to adjust to the medicine before deciding on whether to continue treatment.

If you must shave during an acne breakout, consider using a standard blade and not using an electric razor. Try to shave with the direction of hair growth, not against it. Shaving can irritate zits prone skin and lead to scarring, so be very gentle with your skin while shaving.

As you can see from these tips, there are many different ways to treat zits. Every person's skin is different so you will need to find the correct combination of treatments that work for you. Once you start using these tips your face will clear right up.

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