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Tips against acne. ?Wash your face twice a day (no more) with warm water and a mild soap made for people with acne.?Don't pop pimples.?Avoid touching your face with your fingers or leaning your face on objects that collect sebum and skin residue like your phone.?If you wear glasses or sunglasses, make sure you clean them frequently to keep oil from clogging the pores around your eyes and nose.

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How do I get rid of Acne on my Face?


The curse of acne is not one that always ends when you grow up. It is estimated that almost all adults (and teens for that matter) will experience a pimple or a full-fledged breakout. Some adults experience acne on a frequent and regular basis, while others only have the occasional blemish. In many cases, adult acne treatments and products are similar or identical to teen acne products however, adults often require something for more sensitive skin. Many adults are dealing with both acne and the signs of aging.

If you are looking to treat your adult acne, you could consider a natural remedy. While some natural treatments can be harsh, most are quite gentle and perfect for fragile adult skin. Usually natural products are designed to be gentle because they are derived from herbs and plants. There are gels, creams, serums and lotions made to help you eradicate the problem of unsightly adult acne. You may even find that natural remedies rid your face of acne even better than over the counter or prescription medicines. Of course success will vary from case to case.

There are pre-made organic and natural skin care products on store shelves. You can find them at health food stores and whole food markets. A few of the brands include Origins and Jason Organics. Not every company should be trusted so always read labels to make sure the ingredients really are all natural. You may find that certain ingredients are considered too strong for your skin if it is sensitive. The more gentle the product, the better, regardless of your skin type.

You can also whip up your very own natural adult acne treatment in your kitchen. This ensures you know exactly what goes into the concoction and that all the ingredients are natural and organic. The Internet is a vast resource when it comes to recipes for natural skin care treatments. If you want to place your skin in the hands of a professional, consider consulting a naturopath or herbal specialist. Naturopaths can also tell you what to include (and avoid) in your diet to help your skin and overall well-being.

There are a variety of natural acne treatments that you may want to try, such as a capsule supplement for the inside of the body or a topical treatment for the outside. Be aware though that you may experience side effects. It does help to use the product for at least eight weeks to let your skin adjust however, with severe negative side effects any product use should be discontinued and your dermatologist should be consulted.

You may find that creating your own natural treatments or buying a remedy from the health food store or organic market works better to clear up your skin and is cheaper and better for you and the environment. It might be necessary to experiment with different natural blends and products to come up with the skin care routine that is best for your situation.

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PIMPLES AND ACNE SCAR


I would recommend either Skin ID or Clinique. Either of those are WONDERFUL. As long as you're 100% truthful on your skin ID evaluation.
If you want a home remedy, try any of the following: honey, lemon, peroxide (slightly harsh) oatmeal
They all work great for pimples. For the scarring, try Vitamin E oil. Since everyone has their own personalized skin type, try playing around with the combinations I listed above. Some will noticeably help, while others, not so much. If you have a severe case, I would definitely look into Skin ID or Clinque, though and leave the home remedies for small breakouts.
Hope this helps!

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