Acne Treatment

When it comes to skin care, we're not one of those who follow strict rules. We all have different skin types, skin tones, lifestyles, and genetic makeup that make it unlikely to have a single piece of one-size-fits-all suggestion. In this blog, we have five superb tips on how to treat your acne effectively. Read on to get acne-free skin.

1. OTC products
For mild acne, face washes and leave-on ointment/lotions that contain salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide can be very efficient. These are critical anti-acne elements in products which are easily available over the counter. Using such products standalone would probably be useful for the milder acne.

2. Severe acne advice
For a more severe type of acne, you might need prescription medicine. This can range from the topical antibiotics which you apply as a gel or cream, or your physician could prescribe the antibiotic tablets for brief courses of 3 - 6 months. London Medical Online's acne treatment solutions help you through your acne problems and are very effective.

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Five tips for treating acne
Five tips for treating acne
Five tips for treating acne

3. Moisturisers are key
Make sure that you're using moisturisers that aren't too heavy. Look out for keywords 'non-comedogenic' or 'oil-free' and avoid such products which contain mineral oil or petroleum jelly. Moisturising should be a part of your daily routine, at least once or twice a day. If you've got the appropriate product, moisturisers will not add any extra grease to your acne-prone skin. They are there just to maintain the hydration level.

4. Don't squeeze the zits
We advise people against squeezing and picking their acne spots. All that it does is extend the level of trauma to the skin. Any pigmentation or scarring could be made more severe by picking or squeezing these spots. Proper skin care and using prescription medication both in combination can be very effective.

5. Blackhead masks
We've all seen those popular blackhead removing masks online. Do they really work? They are quite helpful, but only on a surface level. They are fine on a superficial level, eliminating dead skin cells which drop into the external parts of the openings of your facial skin pores. Regular use can help prevent reoccurence.