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Acne & Acne Scars Treatment

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How to Alleviate Your Acne Situation

Everyone can easily relate to the problems caused by acne. All of us know how painfully difficult as well as frustrating it could be to deal with acne, yet all of us experience it at one point or another in our lives. For the few lucky ones, acne leaves them be after one attack, for the rest of them, the acne keeps on appearing recurrently even at later stages of their lives. It can be a very troublesome experience to go through, which is why it is very important for you to learn the basics of acne management. Not only will this information help alleviate the situation but it will greatly relieve you of any stress.

Some tips and techniques

Here are some tips which can help you ease the situation.


Washing face

– Wash your face at least twice a day

Make sure to wash your face at least twice a day using a mild cleanser that doesn’t dry your skin after an everyday use. You can make up a routine and apply the cleanser every morning when you get up and when you go back to bed, whatever works the best for you. Making a routine or a habit will help you get rid of the excessive oil which can would have otherwise lead to painful ugly looking acne.


– Don’t squeeze or pick your pimples or blackheads

Don’t pick at your acne, for this is one of the most common mistakes which can lead to a lot of suffering. The main reason being picking or squeezing your acne will damage your skin and it can lead to further problems including skin irritation and even permanent marks. So make sure to discipline yourself in this regard and make it an essential part of your acne management routines.

Avoiding sun

Avoiding sun during acne treatment can be very beneficial for you

If you are taking any acne medications or using topical treatments to be applied to your skin, make sure to avoid exposure to the sun. Most of the medication render your skin very sensitive to irritation and damage. Sun is a very common source for skin damage during the time of treatment, so avoiding sun during this time can be very beneficial for you. If it is impossible for you to do so, make sure to use sunscreen or any form of protection available to you, which will help you minimize the effects the sun may have on your skin.

Skin types

Knowing your skin condition along with your skin type

Last but not the least, if you haven’t utilized any treatment yet and are going to buy some anytime soon, make sure to take into account the severity of your condition along with your skin type. Regarding these things can go a long way when it comes to overall effectiveness of the treatment that you would be using. It will also help you save up a lot of money on useless treatments which would fail to work because of their incompatibility to your skin type.

While these tips are great in helping fight off that pesky acne, these are not the only ones. You can conduct an online research to find out more about homebrew and effective remedies. So make sure to keep these tips in mind and you’ll have a much less knotty time dealing with your acne situation.

So if you have any questions or if your acne situation is getting out of hand, book an appointment with the most qualified and experienced Dermatologist in Pakistan Dr. Shumaila Khan now.

Acne and Acne Scar Treatment

Acne is also prompted by a skin bacterium called P. acne. In some people, this bacteria starts to grow swiftly in the already swollen hair follicle, producing substances that can lead to burning sensation on the skin. At times, the follicle walls explode, spreading inflammation to the adjacent skin. This is how acne turns from blackheads to pimples and nodules.   continue reading…