HOW TO GET RID OF ACNE/PIMPLES- DERMATOLOGIST GUIDE

Acne or pimples might start at the age of 15 and continue till 25 years of age. Acne can present as white or blackheads, red bumps with or without pus and nodules. Acne can occur on the face, neck, chest, back and shoulders.

If not treated well in time, pimples can heal with black marks and scars which tend to stay throughout your life. Diet, skincare and dermatologist advice are 3 pillars of handling acne. Here are the articles that can change the way you handle acne:

SKIN CARE ROUTINE FOR ACNE

You should follow CTM (Cleansing, toning and moisturising) regime three times a day:

MORNING & NOON SKINCARE ROUTINE

Step 1: Use face wash for removing excess oils from your skin.

Step 2: Spray chemical-free pure rose water on your skin and massage your skin.

Step 3: Put lightweight moisturiser if your skin feels dry, otherwise skip it.

Step 4: Top up with lightweight sunscreen 30 minutes before going out in sun. No need to put sunscreen indoor.

 

NIGHT SKINCARE ROUTINE

Step 1 and Step 2: Sama as above

Step 3: Put anti-acne product. The choice of product will depend on the number of white/blackheads, red pimples, and pus-filled pimples. Read this article to know more.

PRODUCT FOR ACNE

ACNE SHOULD BE TREATED

Consult Dr Surbhi

Acne might begin at the age of 15, and can stay up to 25 years of age. Mild acne can be taken care of with a skincare routine. However, you should consult a dermatologist, if your acne gets severe, refuse to settle in a month or two, or if they leave marks.   

ACNE SHOULD BE TREATED

Consult Dr Surbhi

Acne might begin at the age of 15, and can stay up to 25 years of age. Mild acne can be taken care of with a skincare routine. However, you should consult a dermatologist, if your acne gets severe, refuse to settle in a month or two, or if they leave marks.