To get rid of cystic acne I would find a good skin care regimen. Use a gentle cleanser and only wash your face twice a day. Make sure that the make-up you are using is of good quality and doesn’t clog pores. Sometimes the make-up you use can make your skin worse. Use only loose powder and a cover up for bad cystic acne. Make sure you’re not allergic to your makeup and all the chemicals in them will make your acne condition worse. Also, make sure you don’t use moisturizer, even a little, because that can really mess your skin up. If you are using heavier make-up then you need to make sure you use a make-up remover that will not hurt your skin and get all of it off at night. Try not to touch your face.
Get some of the blotting papers to help you with oil during the day. Drink lots of water – at least 8 glasses a day! Water will help to clean the purities out of your body and will help to keep your skin hydrated and healthy. Eat healthy foods to also keep those impurities from building up in your body. No, the food you eat won’t give you cystic acne – but the foods you don’t eat could.
“Healthy inside, healthy outside.” Get into some sort of exercise – riding bikes, roller blades, or a sport in school. It will give you a way to get rid of stress (which can make your cystic acne worse) and will help you to stay healthy.
Everything that touches your face should be clean. Check out the detergent you purchase, use one for sensitive skin. Make sure your shampoo and conditioner are gentle – nothing too scented. Ask your dermatologist for some kind of prescription. Keep in mind that if you go on any prescription, your cystic acne is most likely going to get worse before it gets better. Don’t give up with it. If your dermatologist isn’t going your way you should see if you could switch him.
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