You can reduce your acne by following these skin care tips from the dermatology specialist –
- Wash twice(02)a day and after sweating. Perspiration especially when wearing a hat/helmet, can make acne worse, so washing your skin soon as possible after sweating.
- Use your fingertips to apply with the gentle, by non-abrasive cleanser. Using a washing and iron cloth, mesh sponge/anything else can irritate the skin.
- Be gentle with your skin. Use gentle products, such as those that are alcohol-free. Don’t use products that irritate your skin, that may include astringents, toners with exfoliant. Dry or, red skin makes acne appear worsen.
- Scrubbing your skin able to make acne worsen. Avoid the temptation to scrub your skin.
- Rinse with the lukewarm water.
- Shampoo use regularly. If you have oily hair, using or, apply shampoo daily basis.
- Let your skin heal naturally. If you pick, pop/squeeze your acne, your skin will take longer to clear and you increase the risk of getting or, appearing acne scars.
- Keeping your hands off your face. Touching your skin throughout the day may cause flare-ups.
- Stay out of the sun/tanning beds . Tanning damages your skin. In addition, some of the acne medications to make the skin very sensitive to ultraviolet (UV) light, that you get from both the sun and indoor tanning devices.
o Using tanning beds increases your risk for appear melanoma, the deadliest form of your skin cancer, by seventy five (75%) percent.
- Consult a dermatology specialist if:
o Your acne makes you shy/embarrassed.
o The products you have tried have not worked.
o Your acne is leaving scars/darkening your skin.
Today, virtually every case of acne can be successfully treated. Dermatology specialist can help to treat existing acne, prevent new breakouts with reduce your chance of developing or, appearing scars. If you have questions/concerns about caring for your skin problem, you should make an appointment to see a dermatology specialist.