Dry Skin , and Acne issues?
jinetakosa last edited by
I don't have bad acne just normal teen acne so my doctor prescribed me this cream, and it dries up my skin I don't feel it immediatly but usually when I wake up which is a normal side effect from any acne cream. My issue is that after a shower , or when I step out side and cold air hits my face my face really dries up and you can see those white blemishes on my face. So the cure for that would be lotion but I hate the feeling of lotion , and lotion have ingrediants that can add to your acne. So girls in my school told me to moisturize before putting my acne cream. What kinda of face wash is good? and wont cause acne? also P.S any good back acne products? I have one or two zits on my back and I'd like to stop the problem now before it gets bad and spreads.
Vaiken last edited by
Hey jine - I have the solution for you. Salicylic Acid Chemical Face Peel. SA is a known combative for acne, but using a face peel literally eradicates your acne and all further breakouts. The thing with SA is this: once you stop using it your skin will go back to producing the same levels of sebum as before. A peel should be performed weekly (build up to that, not from the get-go) and can even be used on your back to stop those flare ups as well. Rosy, clear skin will be revealed. Promise! If you need a product recommendation, just let me know. Hope that helps!
Britanica last edited by
You can try using oatmeal and honey masks too. They work by softening the skin and eating the bacteria in the pores. I love using raw honey on my face. Also, mint julep is good for shrinking pores and sucking yuck out.
KellyF last edited by
Oatmeal is amazing just using on any skin type. I have used oatmeal body washes for years and I swear by the stuff. It cleanses and moisturizes without harming the skin.
alisha169 last edited by
You must try these natural remedies to get rid from dry and acne prone skin, such as use aloe vera gel to moisturize your skin, use honey and cinnamon mask etc. For more information about beauty and makeup you can visit: http://makeuppro.co
anukhan last edited by
- Apply Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is made by fermenting apple cider, or the unfiltered juice from pressed apples.
Like other vinegars, it is known for its ability to fight many types of bacteria and viruses.
Apple cider vinegar contains several organic acids that have been shown to kill P. acnes .
In particular, succinic acid has been shown to suppress inflammation caused by P. acnes, which may prevent scarring .
Also, lactic acid has been shown to improve the appearance of acne scars . What's more, apple cider vinegar may help dry up the excess oil that causes acne in the first place.
How to Use It
Mix 1 part apple cider vinegar and 3 parts water (use more water for sensitive skin).
After cleansing, gently apply the mixture to the skin using a cotton ball.
Let sit for 5–20 seconds, rinse with water and pat dry.
Repeat this process 1–2 times per day, as needed.
It is important to note that applying apple cider vinegar to your skin can cause burns and irritation, so it should always be used in small amounts and diluted with water.
The organic acids in apple cider vinegar may help kill acne-causing bacteria and reduce the appearance of scars. Applying it to the skin may cause burns or irritation, so it should be used carefully.
- Apply Apple Cider Vinegar
orlovas last edited by
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panchkarma27 last edited by
If your skin feels dry and oily and prone to breakouts all at the same time, you're actually struggling with dehydrated skin and acne, which is very different. ... So your skin it isn't naturally dry—instead, you've inadvertently caused the problem.