Skin Facts

Skin Facts

Acne Treatment- Some Facts About Skin Care

By CD Mohatta

Acne treatment can be very time consuming process. Many people get tired treating acne and getting no results. They change the acne medication, try herbals and home remedies but get no results. Acne treatment can be speeded up greatly if you follow some basic care. Good skin care stops aggravation of acne and help cure acne. Let us look at some of the skin care tips for acne treatment.

1. Don’t squeeze out blackheads or whiteheads. Squeezing may lead to further infection. Squeezing also increases the pore size. If you want ask your doctor to remove the comedones.

2. Excessive sweat or dirt does not cause acne. What we see as black in blackheads is not dirt, but oxidized sebum. This does not mean that one should keep skin dirty. But excessive cleaning of skin will not cure acne. Excessive cleaning may rather aggravate the condition.

3. It is recommended that you use noncomedogenic cosmetics and skin care products. For quick acne treatment, I would say that you avoid any cosmetic. But if you must use, use Noncomedogenic products. These products do not cause any acne.

4. Rapid change of medication will not speed up acne treatment. Use any good medication at least for one month. If by that time you observe no results than you should ask your doctor about another medication.

Basic skin care is very important for quick resolution of acne. Overuse of medication, trying unknown products does not help the acne treatment. They may worsen your condition.

This article is only for informative purposes. This article is not intended to be a medical advise and it is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult your doctor for your medical concerns. Please follow any tip given in this article only after consulting your doctor. The author is not liable for any outcome or damage resulting from information obtained from this article.

About the Author: The author CD Mohatta writes on acne for which guides about skin care, acne treatments, causes, medicines, myths, acne scars, etc.


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12 Responses to Skin Facts

  1. ºiwasneverhere says:

    Can somebody tell me some interesting facts about Skin Cancer or Sun Damage?
    I’m writing an essay on “Should we spend time in the sun” and was wondering if anyone had any interesting facts or figures on Sun Damage or Skin Cancer :3

    • vampire mouse says:

      tanning beds cause more damage to skin than the sun does, because our atmosphere reflects certain types of uv rays, while tanning beds have all UVB, UVA, and UV.

      Skin cancer normaly originates in areas of moles, before it spreads to other areas

      tans and sunburns are singns of skin damage

      concrete, snow, etc. reflects sun rays, so they cause more skin damage
      ex: sunburnt skiiers

  2. It's That Guy says:

    'Multiplication facts' here seems to be what we used to call 'multiplication tables' when I was a kid. In other words, when you learn to do multiplication, you begin by memorizing the multiplications of all single-digit numbers. 2 times 2 is 4, 2 times 3 is six, 2 times 4 is 8, etc. etc. for all the numbers from 0 to 10.

    So after you memorize these, you will have a test of 50 of them.

  3. kazmadic says:

    Does anyone know where I can find some basic pineapple facts about the skin, crown and the core?
    I tried wiki already, if you know any facts about it I’d greatly appreciate it 🙂

  4. ElspethInnle says:

    Skin Facts? Pls?
    I need some skin facts! can someone please give me some info?
    I already knew it was the largest organ.
    I need realy good facts pls???!!!
    Thanks every one for the help!

  5. qwertyy says:

    Do you know any fun facts about skin?
    Please give me as many as you can :D:D:D:D
    to pattya,
    what question?

    • Kelsey says:

      ~It’s the largest organ in the body
      ~It’s responsible for converting the rays of the sun into vitamin D
      ~It’s waterproof… I know that’s obvious, but some people don’t realize that
      ~Dust is dead skin cells
      ~It produces cannabis substances almost structurally identical to THC (the active ingredient in marijuana) to protect itself
      ~It is your first line of defense against pathogens (bacteria, fungi, viruses)
      ~It absorbs up to 65% of what you put onto it (consider that next time you draw all over yourself with a permanent marker)
      ~It’s full of handy little glands that keep you from overheating
      ~ It’s a freat indicator of someone’s overall health
      ~It contains billions of tiny receptors that allow you to feel light touch, pain, and pressure.
      Skin is great!!!

  6. JM says:

    Does anyone know any facts or skin photos about the St Ives scrubs with walnut shells causing micro scratches?

    • oooluhluhluhluh says:

      yes i heard that it does.

      Ive been told that the apricot pits create tiny little scars on the skin eventually causing the skin to develop a weird texture (bumpy)

      i assume it would be likewise for the walnut shells dconsidering they are both hard and scratchy.

  7. normanpbwbogges says:

    dikaaaa semoga mamah cepet sembuhh yaaaa 🙂 RT I hate when my momma's skin color turn to green

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