Claire, thank you so much for sharing these remedies with us, I admit I amended them a little (always a tinkerer) till I got something that is great for my skin! I’m mid 30’s and still battle with breakouts, I’ve also started developing dark patches of coloration on my forehead and chin. Because my skin likes to make my life hard it switches between extremely dry and flaky to greased pig depending on where I am in my cycle. For the past 2 months I’ve been using the below to help balance and clear, I honestly look 10 years younger and my skin is glowing for the first time in my life! https://media.franoppnetwork.com/media/business-for-sale/390466/photos/390466-1.jpg?v

Sugar, white or brown, helps get rid of the excess skin cells clogging up your pores by acting as gentle exfoliator. Mix it up with honey, olive oil, or just plain water, and you have a sweet scrub to help rid you of your acne woes. There are plenty of different recipes out there, but we found this one to be particularly delightful (courtesy of cjanecreate.com-thank you for sharing this!)


Hello! Great advice n tips u gave. Ve neva hd pimples until recently. Am 21 and in d university,i feel so shy anytime i walk into d class n evry one start askin me what happened 2 my pretty face,sometimes i evn skip class cos of this,mine isnt so much but d dark spot and scars has created a whole in my wallet. Have made up my mind to stop using anything except d aloe vera which my mum planted some yrs ago. But i want to knw if i can mix d gel in my body cream and start usin it as mosturizer on my face before applyin makeup? Does d gel get bad if mixed with cream since i cant finish d cream in one day? Can i buy honey and mix it wt d aloe vera gel as mosturizer? Pls i ll appreciate a urgent response cos am leavin for sch in few days.thank u!
Claire, thank you so much for sharing these remedies with us, I admit I amended them a little (always a tinkerer) till I got something that is great for my skin! I’m mid 30’s and still battle with breakouts, I’ve also started developing dark patches of coloration on my forehead and chin. Because my skin likes to make my life hard it switches between extremely dry and flaky to greased pig depending on where I am in my cycle. For the past 2 months I’ve been using the below to help balance and clear, I honestly look 10 years younger and my skin is glowing for the first time in my life! http://s3.amazonaws.com/infoarmy-screenshots/9113623-1469371315971_thumbnail.png
I have! Recently started using it, about three weeks ago. It is aswmoee, I feel comfortable going without make-up and that is a big deal for me because I have always been self conscious of my scars and blemishes. My friends and family always comment on how much my face is clearing up, and I feel great! After only three weeks of using it to, I can’t wait to see what a few months will do! Just make sure you use it on a regular basis, get on a schedule and it works wonders. I also find that drinking water with 1/4 of fresh lemon squeezed in it helps too. Gross, but it works. And if you’re like me, you’d do anything to have clear skin.
Physical treatments for acne include comedone extraction, chemical peels and microdermabrasion, intralesion cortico-steroid injection for acne cysts, and high-intensity, narrow-band blue light photodynamic therapy, as well as injectable fillers and laser resurfacing for acne scarring. However, there is limited evidence in peer-reviewed literature to support such treatments.3,44 The results of small pilot studies have supported the use of chemical peels,45 and some evidence suggests that corticosteroid injections are helpful for treating large inflammatory lesions.46 http://www.homebusinessprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Best-Online-Money-Making-Ideas-for-You.jpg

The treatment regimen your doctor recommends depends on your age, the type and severity of your acne, and what you are willing to commit to. For example, you may need to wash and apply medications to the affected skin twice a day for several weeks. Often topical medications and drugs you take by mouth (oral medication) are used in combination. Pregnant women will not be able to use oral prescription medications for acne.
So wrong Anon: Diet has everything to do with acne. If what you eat contain toxins, heavy metals, man-made chemicals, GMOs & hormones, such as all junk food & carbs which are processed with tons of toxins. These toxins are expelled OUT through the skin causing inflammation which can’t fight the bacteria. The body is a wonderful miracle. Keep it healthy <3 https://i.ytimg.com/vi/t8HCQ5WadqQ/hqdefault.jpg
Claire, thank you so much for sharing these remedies with us, I admit I amended them a little (always a tinkerer) till I got something that is great for my skin! I’m mid 30’s and still battle with breakouts, I’ve also started developing dark patches of coloration on my forehead and chin. Because my skin likes to make my life hard it switches between extremely dry and flaky to greased pig depending on where I am in my cycle. For the past 2 months I’ve been using the below to help balance and clear, I honestly look 10 years younger and my skin is glowing for the first time in my life!
Different variants of acne exist, including acne conglobata, acne fulminans, acne mechanica, excoriated acne, chloracne, drug-induced acne (e.g., from anabolic steroids, corticosteroids, isoniazid, lithium, phenytoin), neonatal and infantile acne, and occupational acne. These variations have a similar clinical and histologic appearance to acne vulgaris, but they are distinguishable by clinical setting, severity and associated symptoms. The common differential diagnosis of acne includes folliculitis, keratosis pilaris, perioral dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis and rosacea. https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-7_wbU5PWqVs/XJ70yRRcQuI/AAAAAAAAAAM/-QDI1IfEpgYev9_EBqxNUSqoBrg-k3fsgCLcBGAs/s1600/images.png
In addition to washing your pillows, if you use make-up brushes to apply your foundation, eyeshadow, etc. these should also be washed once a week. Mix a little dawn dish soap with olive oil which will not only clean your brush and make them good for your face, but they will also condition the bristles and lead to a longer brush life. This will prevent excess oil build up on a tool that comes directly in contact with your face. (Yuck) http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-0whURNplBuQ/VR72AL-UoqI/AAAAAAAACJU/KXJvniZr1qc/s1600/b.jpg
You’ll read about tea tree oil for a lot of home remedies, but will most likely see it mentioned the most when comes to skin care, specifically, acne. But why, when too much oil is clogging the pores and making you break out, would you want to use more oil? Tea tree oil isn’t like the oil your skin naturally produces, rather it is more like a solvent that cuts through the extra sebum and dead skin cells, and unblocks the pores. Its antibacterial properties also kill off the acne causing bacteria, and prevent further outbreaks.
7. Stay out of the sun. The sun's ultraviolet rays can increase inflammation and redness, and can cause post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (dark discoloration). Some acne medications may make your skin more sensitive to sunlight. Limit your time in the sun, especially between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., and wear protective clothing, such as a long-sleeved shirt, pants, and a broad-brimmed hat. Whether you have pimples or not, always apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with 6% zinc oxide or higher and SPF 30 or higher at least 20 minutes before sun exposure. Look for "noncomedogenic" on the sunscreen label to make new pimples less likely. Read the ingredients on the product label to know what you're putting on your skin. https://i.ytimg.com/vi/AKmPpliv6-w/hqdefault.jpg?sqp
ok so i have mild-severe acne (severe when it comes to dark spots left by the acne) and ive tried everything and nothing seems to work. My skin is also VERY sensitive and VERY dry yet oily at the same time. Nothing the dermotaligists perscibed worked. I started drinking more water, adding some lemon juice. I also did my research and found a couple home remedies that seemed to do the trick for me. A couple times a week before I hop in the shower i use a banana peel and massage it around my face. Sounds weird i know but it works! I leave it on for no more than 5 minutes and wash it off. I also do this mask which consists of sugar, honey, lemon juice, green tea, and apple cidar vinegar. Burns a little, but after a couple minutes wash off and boom. Ice your face after that and within no time you’ll start to see a difference. But remember what works for me might not work for you but hope this helped and good luck!
Both photodynamic therapy and laser therapy show potential for long-term reduction in acne, so an argument could be made that they could provide some long-term relief for some people, but not cure. And concerningly, like isotretinoin, these treatments achieve their results primarily through damaging skin oil glands. What damaging these glands will mean to the health and aging of the skin in the long-term remains to be seen, and is a risk.
Oil-free soaps or washes won’t clog your pores or cause blackheads, acne, and whiteheads. Choose products that are labeled "oil free," "nonacnegenic” (which means it won’t cause acne) or "noncomedogenic” (which means it won’t clog your pores). Some also have ingredients recommended by dermatologists, such as benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid. Make sure your washcloths are soft -- you can use one made for babies -- and use a clean one every time, too.
In acne patients of any age, most dermatologists will consider topical retinoids as the first step for treatment of mild to moderate acne, especially when it’s hormonal. “Retinoids help your skin slough off dead skin cells at a more normal rate so the dead skin cells don't bind together and clog your pores,” explains Peredo. “They are the preferred avenue for long-term treatment because of the limited severe side effects and are known for preventing new acne in the long term.”
You’ll read about tea tree oil for a lot of home remedies, but will most likely see it mentioned the most when comes to skin care, specifically, acne. But why, when too much oil is clogging the pores and making you break out, would you want to use more oil? Tea tree oil isn’t like the oil your skin naturally produces, rather it is more like a solvent that cuts through the extra sebum and dead skin cells, and unblocks the pores. Its antibacterial properties also kill off the acne causing bacteria, and prevent further outbreaks.
Claire, thank you so much for sharing these remedies with us, I admit I amended them a little (always a tinkerer) till I got something that is great for my skin! I’m mid 30’s and still battle with breakouts, I’ve also started developing dark patches of coloration on my forehead and chin. Because my skin likes to make my life hard it switches between extremely dry and flaky to greased pig depending on where I am in my cycle. For the past 2 months I’ve been using the below to help balance and clear, I honestly look 10 years younger and my skin is glowing for the first time in my life! http://s3.amazonaws.com/infoarmy-screenshots/9113623-1469371315971_thumbnail.png
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