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alildifferent asked:

10 Jun 2009

I have acne on my chest, back and a little bit on my face. how can i get rid of it??

i have gone to the dermatologist and nothing they have been giving me has been helping. that zeno thing didnt do much good and everything hasnt worked. what else can i do??



samigore says:

Posted on 10 Jun 2009

medicated padds..they burn when u first use them but they work wonders you can get them at any loacal pharmacy


barbipixi says:

Posted on 10 Jun 2009

exfoilate and use a face wash on your chest and back

use a puff scrubber to help cleanse the areas

putting some desitin on the spots can help (it has zinc oxide which can help dry them up) let it set over night wear a cotton tshirt to bed

you can clean the area in the morning and at night (and whenever the areas feel greasy) with alcohol or witch hazel (the sell that right next to the alcohol and it looks just like it but doesn't burn)


leirah says:

Posted on 10 Jun 2009

I found a medicated body scrub was perfect for me. Depending on your skin, you may get different results, but I love Neutrogena's Body Clear scrub. It has that very medicinal scent, and the salicylic acid in it can be drying to some people's skin, but it did the job better than anything else I've tried when used regularly.


amaay says:

Posted on 10 Jun 2009

medicated pads would probably work best. :]



ayeshaangel says:

Posted on 10 Jun 2009

minor acne flare ups can b treated saftly n effectively at home by cleansing ,using an over d counter anti acne medication n then moisturizing. drink lot of water. yes, dont stare at ds n say this is nonsense. water helps get rid of acne by flushing our waste toxins inside ur bloodstream. apricot juice helps in gettin rid of it too.

acne is not contagious. every bump is not acne . there is no difference at all between acne on face or other parts of body. acne can be hereditary.

finally i wud say acne is natural thing n there is no use of crying over it. instead, try 2 get rid of it wid a lil effort ,gudluck!:thumbup:


little_miss_brightside says:

Posted on 10 Jun 2009

i have that problem too

i use this thing called benzac cream and it really works

a lot of my friends have had like incurable acne and the dermatoligist told them they couldn't do anythin and they used this benzac cream and BAM clearr skinn

so maybe give it a shot it does work wonders



cutegirl135 says:

Posted on 11 Jun 2009

i had the same problem and i go to a dermatoligist and i have to use ziana and solodyn.....ziana is a cream and solodyn is a woked really good on me


austinstrickland says:

Posted on 22 Oct 2009

I would agree with Ayesha Angel above.

Instead, you can also take precautions like;

Stop popping the spots, also known as pimples and zits. This may make the pimple look worse due to inflammation and irritation. Popping a zit can spread infection under the skin and produce even more pimples than before. If you do pop a spot then immediately clean it with soap and water or rubbing alcohol in order to prevent infection. If a pimple erupts in a particularly bothersome place, learn how to target a single pimple. And if you're determined to pop, learn how to pop a pimple safely and properly. If you do pop a pimple and you want to avoid anything resembling Western medicine, one thing to try is put a mixture of honey and ground cinnamon on the spot. Put a band-aid on it also. You may also want to stay away from stress.

Use a mild soap Make sure it is not comedogenic - and does not contain such ingredients as Sodium Laureth Sulfate.

Remove dead skin cells regularly by exfoliating. Use a gentle scrub with natural defoliants like ground walnut shells, or use an over-the-counter chemical defoliant like salicylic acid or glycolic acid. Adding ground walnut shell to a thick moisturizer like cocoa butter can be effective too. Take caution, because over-exfoliating can actually increase the likelihood of acne by irritating the skin. Pat dry, rather than rubbing, since rubbing can cause irritation to the fresh skin you've just revealed.

Use a good toner. Spray onto face or wipe on with a cotton ball and wipe off with a clean, dry cotton ball. This gets rid of excess cleanser and tightens pores. Good, inexpensive choices include plain witch hazel for normal to dry skin, lemon juice, or 3% hydrogen peroxide for oily skin. 70% ethyl rubbing alcohol can also be used for severe oiliness, but it can really dry out your skin and irritate it more. Some toners are medicated, and this stage is the best for using a medicated product if you're only going to use one medication.

Dermabrasion removes the redness. A simple natural home remedy for this is to use the skin inside of an egg shell. Google "dermabrasion with eggs".

Bacteria in pores is one cause of spots. Reduce the amount of bacteria by using toners containing anti-bacterial agents like alcohol, peroxide and benzalkonium chloride, and by using creams that contain benzoyl peroxide (ask your doctor about benzaclin, with moisturizer if you have dry skin, as it works better than just plain benzoyl because benzoyl takes up to 8 weeks before improvement is seen) which kill bacteria as well as cause the skin to regenerate faster.

Maintain a routine. Most acne treatments take time to work. It usually takes between two and eight weeks before you see any significant improvement, so you are going to have to be patient. Once you've gotten your acne cleared up, it's important to continue with the treatment that's working so it does not return.

If all else fails, contact a doctor. Mild antibiotics that are available only by prescription can help reduce acne. Keep in mind though, that the widespread overuse (taking antibiotics when you really don't need them or for something they don't treat) and misuse (not taking medication for the specified amount of time) of antibiotics has led to the development of multiple antibiotic resistant bacteria. That means that the antibiotics won't work for the things they used to (including your acne).

Keep hair off of your face if at all possible. If you want to keep your bangs, then consider taking showers regularly or keeping your forehead clean with oil-dabbing cloths / clean tissues / etc.

Get good sleep. Stress increases your skin's oiliness, which, combined with sweat and dirt, can clog pores and cause pimples. (Change your pillowcase frequently.)

Also consider blue light therapy for acne treatment if it is needed.



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