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Neutrogena Advanced Solutions Acne Mark Fading Peel
Is peeling good for a temperory solution , until resolving your acne problem , and what are the side effects of peeling?
For mild acne: Salicylic acid or glycolic acid for acne are used for minor "peels" and often used as "adjuvants" for treating acne. However, not convinced that either alone are any more beneficial than the other. To be most effective , either glycolic or salicylic need to be combined with an appropriate acne regimen that consists of prescription creams and oral antibiotics for more severe cases. ...Read more
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
I have acne marks on my cheeks they've been there for 3 months I got a chem peel but theyre still there. Pls help me remove them (affordable method)?
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Fade acne red marks: Acne red marks may take several weeks to fade. Follow your specialists post peel skin care plan and use a spf 30 sunscreen daily. Once you are healed from your peel, follow your recommended acne control regimen. Persistent redness may be improved with an ipl (intense pulsed light) treatment or more. ...Read more
Glycolics are good: Glycolic acid peels are usually gentle enough that you have no real downtime afterward. They are safe for darker skin types and can be great at decreasing the hyperpigmentation that follows inflammation. You will benefit from a series of peels, and they will create a smoother texture, tighter tone, and fresher look for your skin. ...Read more
Would you recommend a glycolic chemical peel or microdermabrasion after waiting six months after Accutane ? I have a red acne marks and uneven skin
Try not to: Your question tells me that you're not taking advantage of today's scientific acne rx. All acne can be controlled with medication, though finding the right rx for you can be tricky. If topical benzoyl peroxide has not cleared you in two weeks, get with your personal physician who can work with you. ...Read more
Due to having tried every product going for acne since being 12 I've just done a glycolic peel will doing these regular really help?
Spironolactone: Acne in adult women is a matter of hormones. Sometimes related to PCOS. Often caused by birth control hormone. Spironolactone is usually effective at 25-200mg a day. Clearing of acne is seen in 2 or 3 months. Do not use if pregnant or kidney failure. It acts as an antagonist to androgens. Costs $16 for 90 pills cash. Should also begin prescription tretinoin gel and get detailed instruction in meth ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Add a moisturizer: This can be due to excessive dryness and can be the case in particular if your acne cream contains retinol. If that is so, make sure you use the minimal percentage of retinol and add a quality moisturizer to your regiment. This can also be due to more abrasive products if your skin is sensitive, try products formulated for sensitive skin is this is the case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im 17 years and have some acnes on my face,do u recommend taking pills for peeling? And if Yes what is a name of good medicine to take?
Get seen: There's all kinds of disinformation about acne. Ignore all "pop"suggestions and advice. It's unrealted to lifestyle, diet, or hygiene. If topical benzoyl peroxide and/or retinoic acid haven't cleared you in a few weeks, get with your personal physician who can add something that will. Since you're female, you have options that men don't. Best wishes. ...Read more
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