Acne affects an estimated 99% of people - mostly teenagers and young adults - at some point in their lives. Although acne is temporary, lasting from a few months to a few years, early therapy is necessary to prevent scarring and dyspigmentation, which, untreated, can persist for life. Here are a few tips to help you deal with those nasty pimples. Acne therapy

Acne is the visible end result of hormonal, bacterial and inflammatory disturbances. Blocked pores trap oil produced by our sebaceous glands, initiating an ideal environment for the growth of pimples bacteria. The resulting inflammation produces acne or deeper lumps such as cysts or nodules.

Do not worsen your acne! Squeezing or picking pimples will only increase swelling and can lead to scarring. Although it may be hard, try to keep your hands away from your pimples and let nature take its course.

Whenever you have acne, endeavor to see your doctor. It can be more than skin deep. Often, acne doesn't just affect us physically; it can also have an emotional impact that may cause: anxiety, self-consciousness, depression and even social withdrawal. That is why finding an effective acne treatment is crucial.

However, Acne Cleansers can help to remove accumulated oil, dirt, sweat and makeup from the surface of your skin, which makes it easier for your skin to absorb topical acne treatments. Nevertheless, too much of acne cleansers usage can also lead to irritated and dry skin. Read the label and use acne cleansers only once or twice a day

If you are using cosmetics to cover up your pimples, make sure not to use 'oil-based foundations' products. This may actually make your acne worse. Use oil-free cosmetics wherever possible.

Some people may say "My pimple's gone - Why is there a red mark". This is a post-inflammatory change in your skin, which usually fade away between 6 and 12 months. Squeezing your pimples or picking at scabs will lengthen the time required for the mark to disappear.

Topical creams e.g. Tretinoin, performs 2 functions on your skin, the cream will not only improve your acne and pimples but also encourage collagen production and help smooth out very fine acne scarring.

In conclusion, if you have a long hair that sweeps along your face, this can lead to acne breakouts. Whenever you noticed a connection between your hair and acne, make sure you shampoo daily, be careful not to apply hairstyling products near your skin and try and keep your hair away from your face. For more information visit: www.bestacneclinic.com

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