Best face cream for oily skin & pimples?

Best. You could use benzoyl peroxide and oc 8 to stop oily skin pimples but you should see your dermatologist for an evaluation.

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I have a pimples and their spots on my face which cream is best to remove this plz suggest I have a oily skin?

Wash or cream. I would suggest trying a wash and/or cream with benzoyl peroxide as it is easy (at least here) to obtain and tends to work fairly well. If not, salicylic acid works as well but not quite as well for more significant acne. If these don't work, I would suggest a visit with your doctor for prescription options such as a topical retinoid . Good luck! Read more...

I'm 21yrs old hv too oily skin n acne pimples al ovr my face. It gets worst in summer, please suggst me any gud cream n face wash plz.....

Scientific Rx. All acne can be managed nowadays. If you're female, the oral contraceptive pill could clear you if you can use it. Benzoyl peroxide is a good start, if you are not good in two weeks your physician may add a retinoic acid derivative and/or topical Clindamycin or something similar. If on the face only, a systemic antibiotic will probably not be necessary but could be in reserve. Good luck. Read more...

I have a very oily skin due to which I have acne so pls can u suggest me any cream or face wash to get rid of pimples and acne?

Salicylic acid. Get both a salicylic acid face wash and a benzoyl peroxide cream. Use faithfully. If things are not substantially better in a few weeks, your personal physician will add something that will clear you. Stay with the program and you will be much improved. Read more...

I keep getting pimples& bumps on my face although its not oily skin &I am using oil free wash and non comedogenic creams, whats reason &what to do?

Acne. Don't try to figure out why you have acne. You almost never find out. If your periods are okay, it is probably not "hormones." The stuff you are using for it is basically worthless. If topical benzoyl peroxide or retinoic acid don't help, your physician can add spironolactone or try the oral contraceptive pill. Best wishes. Read more...

I have been using Betasol face cream for 2 weeks now my face has pimples like rush and they burning and my skin is becoming dry and red and itchy?

Reaction to cream. I am assuming your Betasol contains clobetasol propionate, which is a potent corticosteroid with anti inflammatory properties usually used to treat eczema and psoriasis, but you may be sensitive to that or a different ingredient in the cream. Speak with your doctor who Rx this. Also: Warning about toxic face creams in Cape Town | Health24 www.health24.com/.../Warning-about-toxic-face-creams-in-Cape-Town-20150923. Read more...

Hi im 22year male I have severe acne on my face frm early teenage I have oily skin. I have used many creams and gells which have temperorary results?

See dermatologist. You have been using proper medicines for your acne, oily skin does add to acne difficult to treat ,Benzoyl peroxide and retina A are helping you temporarily . You must continue using these medicines regularly.Adding antibiotics to treatment may help .Discuuss with your other option s of treatment,For oily skin wash and keep your face clean and dry. Read more...

I have white heads on my face and my skin is oily. Also I have acne marks. What cream or facewash should I use to get rid of all? Please help me

Acne . It's very common to have acne at this age. If your skin is oily try to keep it clean and dry. Plenty of exercise and eat veges and fruits. Wash face frequently. Some local antibiotics or meds can help you. Please see your dr. Read more...
See a dermatologist. Meanwhile, try otc Benzoyl Peroxide Gel (cream). Ask for the lowest %. Keep it off any nice fabrics as it bleaches them (but does not bleach skin). It is drying and can be irritating. Acne is sometimes related to medicines, but is mostly a matter of hormones (puberty in your case) and is largely determined by heredity. It is not your diet, hygiene, or stress. Treatment of significant acne requires. Read more...