I need another over the counter method that might work for my acne.?
Q:I believe I am allergic to salitic acid and benzoide peroxide and are making my lips burn (I have been fighting this for about 3 months now.
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There are many cheap and effective home remedies for acne. Tomato slices, turmeric, papaya juices and home made face packs will treat existing pimples and prevent further problems. More remedies at http://www.wellnesstalk.org/acne.html.
There is otc for acne. Its called Clean and Clear Max Strength. Persa Gel but it has 10% peroxide. My grandson used it and he said it worked great! He said also witch hazel that you buy in a drugstore worked great by drying his acne up. Good Luck to you. Hope you find a solution soon!
See a dermatologist. You may just need a prescription for antibiotics (yes, for zits). Also, I recommend finding out for SURE about your allergies. It could save your life.
I don’t know what is in it but proactive works well for my daughter and they also have vitamin supplements in drug store that are suppose to work from the inside out.
yeah. in ninth grade, i had hella bad acne. i learned in school or.somewhere that zits are caused by bacteria. i already knew they were full of grease. i thought ”what gets rid of bacteria AND grease?” dish soap. no, i’m not kidding. here’s what to do:each night before you go to bed, put a SMALL dot of dawn dish soap (or equivalent — must contain triclosan, i chose dish soap because regular soap seems to be too gentle to get the same effect with just one washing.) on each zit. make sure it’s a small enough amount that it won’t run down your face. if you get the soap anywhere else other than the zits, rinse it off before you go to bed, and start over. over the course of 1 – 4 days, the zits will itch. don’t scratch them. what’s happening is the zits are drying up and new skin is rapidly growing underneath them. you will eventually notice they’re peeling. then gently peel them off. (usualy about a week into it) if you’ve waited long enough for the new skin to grow, this is not painful at all, so make sure the new skin is good and ready.dish soap can also be used on zits that ”aren’t born yet.” when you feel the painful ”almost lump” on your face, do the above technique then, too. it has prevented many zits from every showing up.
ok, i think the dish soap guy has the right idea.. however u can achieve this w/ something a bit less scary. HONEY. this is a natural anti-bacterial. what i do right now is clean my face w/ cetaphil, dry, moisturize w/ lotions, and then smear some honey (i like the Suebee brand, in the bear bottle) on the acne prone spots (or even just my entire face!) at night. in the morning, i wake up and wash it off w/ cetaphil. and my face is soft, and clearer than if i didn’t do it! 🙂 don’t put too much because it gets really sticky, and u also may be allergic so start w/ a small amount in a small area and see how it feels. good luck!