ok so i shave my sideburns and i get like this rash and so i started putting on this lotion and the rash went away but i didnt put it on yesterday and after i shaved today the rash was there. i also ...
Ok so for i dont know how long i have had this itchy scalp. It gets so bad that i sometime break the skin or make it go all red and inflamed. I know i dont have nits coz i get my parents to check for ...
im obssesed with eating my SKIN like you know when you get a sun tan or sun burn your skin peels...well i perpiousley try to burn myself so my skin peels so i can pick of some of my arm or where ever ...
It is probably acne. Acne requires a multi-faceted approach. If you have acne clean your skin gently, ry not to touch your skin when your hands are not clean, and avoid the sun.
The three basics of acne treatment are to (1) unclog pores, (2) kill bacteria, and (3) minimize oil. Use mild exfoliating cleansers to unclog your pores. Use benzoyl peroxide to kill the bacteria. Get rid of oil on the surface of your skin by using a gentle toner. Generally drug store brands will do each of these things well. You don't need to spend a fortune.
These are all good basic skin regimens that may help with the acne battle:
Cleanse twice daily with a 5% benzoyl peroxide wash. An alternative for those who are allergic to benzoyl peroxide is 2% salicylic acid.
Apply a gel or cream containing 5% benzoyl peroxide; an alternative is sulfur or resorcinol.
At night, apply a spot cream containing sulfur to the affected areas.
Use a light skin moisturizer and oil-free makeup.
If you try all these approaches and it still does not seem to work, it is time to consult your doctor. You may need a prescription medication approach to deal with your acne.
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