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How Can I Prevent My Monthly Acne Breakouts
A common human skin disease characterized by areas of scaly red skin (seborrhea) with blackheads/whiteheads (comedones) , pinheads (papules), large papules (nodules), pimples & possibly scarring. Occurs mostly on face, upper chest & back. Treated with benzoyl peroxide, salicylic ...Read more
Acne breakout: I'm not I understand the question. Are the acne breakouts flying or does the flying cause your acne breakouts? If its the latter, its most likely stress related as there is nothing about taking a flight for a few hours that would be comedogenic or a skin irritant. Try not to shave your face the day you fly. ...Read more
Myth: Controlled tests show diet has little to do with acne. With today's rx's, even in a dysfunctional health care system, all acne should be manageable. If your problem is intermittent, a systemic antibiotic begun when a breakout seems imminent may be the cornerstone of effective treatment, perhaps with a topical agent. Good luck. ...Read more
Baseline Rx: If you are not a woman who can take & wants the oral contraceptive pill, and you have had some bad breakouts, ask your physician whether there is an oral antibiotic that might be right for you. This is usually the best approach in this situation. This is the 21st century and all acne is manageable. Being young is hard enough as it is, and you deserve to be acne-free if that is your wish. ...Read more
Total management: It sounds like you have acne on your trunk. Hopefully you are already using topical benzoyl peroxide as tolerated on affected areas, but extensive disease won't respond to anything short of systemic prescription rx for a time. Your personal physician needs to be involved in your care. ...Read more
How to prevent acne? I get breakouts when i'm in the sun. And i can't use benzoyl peroxide as it irritates my skin. Please help
Ideas: If you cannot tolerate benzoyl peroxide, your physician will probably offer you topical clindamycin. This is likely to give you a good result. If you can use the oral contraceptive pill, it may clear you. Your physician has other remedies as well. Talk with him/her also about a good sunscreen. ...Read more
Is it true that rubbing vitamin E oil onto acne blemishes and scars will make them go away and prevent future breakouts?
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