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 Have Acne? Try These Acne Remedies

 

5850393789566031108.jpgAcne doesn't discriminate. It hits anybody regardless of sex, age, or ethnic background. Whether it's a teenager with raging hormones or an adult who does not have any idea why she's still breaking out, everyone seems to be touched by this condition at some point in life. If you've been dealing with acne for so long, you may have been looking for a cure for it, but haven't had much success determining that actually works.

However, advances in medical science have made it possible for people like you to say goodbye to those annoying pimples permanently.

Antibiotics work well in blocking the acne-causing bacteria from getting in your pores. Oral antibiotics are frequently prescribed by dermatologists. They're taken for a brief time to calm down the skin and get it prepared for the next treatment options. This treatment solution isn't for you in case you are allergic to antibiotics.

The effectiveness of an oral antibiotic can be given a boost by dermatologists prescribing an antibiotic cream. Both erythromycin and clindamycin come in skin cream form and will help to deal with the bacteria from the outside in. Talk to your dermatologist about simultaneously using oral and cream antibiotics. Your dermatologist would know if it is fine to use them alongside one another.

Once the antibiotics are done, there are numerous other treatments to take into consideration. Retin-A cream, for instance, has been in existence for a number of decades. It is effective in drying zits and stopping bacteria from returning. Micro-Retin A and Avita are among the more recent acne medications that are just as effective as Retin-A, but have less side effects. Yet another retinoid cream, Differin, claims to be effective in stopping pimples from the inside out. Exercise due diligence just before using any acne medication. You should be aware of the side effects.

The over-the-counter medications on the market all apparently use a chemical known as benzoyl peroxide, and dermatologists still prescribe this in a more concentrated form. This acne cure offers much less side effects. In comparison with more potent acne prescriptions, benzoyl peroxide won't dry the skin out as badly. Benzoyl peroxide is found in acne gels, pads, and skin creams. It's better and safer to ask your dermatologist if over-the-counter acne remedies that contain benzoyl peroxide are options you can try.

Oral contraceptives are yet another acne treatment option you can think about if you happen to be woman. They actually do more than stop pregnancy. Not only will they help to make your periods lighter and more tolerable, they can help minimize your zits. But if your acne is severe, it could be brought on by imbalanced hormones, and birth control pills work by evening out hormones. As usual, it's sensible to speak with your health care provider before you start using any contraceptive pill to cure pimples.

Your dermatologist would be kept up to date on the latest information on acne remedies so schedule a visit as soon as you can. You now know that there are lots of solutions available to you, but knowing what will work for your skin is best left to the expert opinion of a dermatologist.

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