You have tried all of the natural ways to clear acne, from egg whites and vinegar to orange peels and cucumbers and nothing has worked. Here are some proven chemical treatments that have been proven to work and work well. These will vary in cost, but ultimately your beauty and peace of mind will be worth it. Read on for more information.
Try including more probiotics into your diet to help you to get clearer, acne-free skin. Like water, probiotics work to flush out toxins in your body but act much more like a natural antibiotic. You can either increase your intake of probiotics with a supplement or by consuming food items, like yogurt.
Avoid facial products that are not hypoallergenic. Those with particularly fair or sensitive skin can be more prone to acne and other blemishes. Products that are not specially formulated for sensitive skin can sometimes end up doing more harm than good. Avoid any products that seem to irritate your skin.
Try an aspirin mask to help treat acne. Crush a few aspirin with enough water to make a thick paste, and apply to your face. Leave it for approximately 10 minutes before gently washing off. Aspirin contains salicylic acid that is known to clean your pores and possibly fade scarring. Do not do this on a regular basis, however, because as a tiny amount of aspirin could possibly be absorbed into the bloodstream.
One way to prevent the clogging of pores is to use a blackhead remover. It is a little metal stick that you can purchase at any drugstore that you slide over your skin to remove any dirt or bacteria that is lodged in your pores. It is very easy to use and better than using your fingers.
Use toothpaste to help your acne. This is a very effective home remedy for drying up pimples. Simply dab a small amount on the pimple, rub it in gently, and leave overnight. Upon waking, wash your face, and apply a little oil-free moisturizer to the area. You will definitely notice a difference. Two warnings when using toothpaste: only use the paste, not gel, and never apply toothpaste to broken skin.
The makeup that you put your face can be a cause for breaking out. If makeup is too old, it can clog your pores and cause you to get pimples on your face. Makeup should not be used if older then six months or if it smells or looks different from the day you bought it.
Instead of investing in an expensive cream for acne, look around at products you already have that may help alleviate breakouts. At night before you go to bed try dabbing a small amount of toothpaste, yes toothpaste, on your blemish. This will help you resist the urge to squeeze the pimples, and you will wake up with lessened redness and irritation.
As stated at the beginning of the article, you tried everything in the book that your parents and friends suggested but it still does not work for you. Following our guide to which chemical treatments you should try will get you in the right direction. And as always, be sure to check with your doctor before trying any of the mentioned solutions.