Best Selling Beauty Products

Best Selling Beauty Products

Best Selling Beauty Products
Best Selling Beauty Products

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Severe Acne

Severe Acne

 Severe Acne is referred to as Acne Vulgaris. It ranges from mild to severe depending on its characteristics. The “pimples” which are medically called lesions range from black and white heads known as comendo to papules and pustules to nodules and cysts. It is further categorized as either non flamed or inflamed.  Acne vulgaris with inflammation is of a more severe nature. Most people with acne experience mild to moderate bouts.

When Acne becomes severe the lesions are usually cysts and nodules with inflammation. Nodules are severe swellings in the dermis. They are categorized as large hard bumps beneath the skin. If they are not treated even if they appear to go away they flair up again. This is called impaction. They tend to be very painful. Nodules can cause scars. Squeezing them causes skin trauma and for the outbreak to last even longer. Dermatologists treat nodules by injecting the cite with a steroid like cortisone. This type of treatment does two things. It reduces the swelling and lessons the chance of scarring.

Severe Acne also has cysts. Cysts are similar to nodules except the are filled with pus. They are usually 5mm round in diameter. Squeezing cysts makes them worse causing the inflammation and infection to go deeper into the dermis level. Cysts are also pain causing. They are treated the same way nodules are treated with cortisone. Most severe acne does not have blackheads.

Different types

Acne Conglobata is a severe type of acne found primarily in men. However unlike most severe acne this type does have blackheads that are interconnected between large lesions. Acne Conglobata does cause scarring, disfiguration and damage. It begins to show signs in men from 18 to 30 years of age. It also spreads to other body parts like the chest, back, buttocks,upper arms and thighs. It is treated aggressively because it can be treatment resistant.

Acne Conglobata that occurs abruptly is called Acne Fulminans. This is another severe acne that effects young men. In this type of severe acne the cysts and nodules in the outbreaks become ulcerated.Unique to this type of acne is the outbreaks are accompanied with joint pain and fever. This type of acne is also scarring and disfiguring. 

 Gram-Negative Folliculitis occurs as a result of Acne Vulgaris being treated for a long period with antibiotics. It is characterized by cysts and pustules and however a rare reaction to that kind of treatment.

Often confused with severe Acne Vulgaris is Acne Rosacea. It appears as a red rash on the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin. Along with the redness comes, blemishes, pimples and bumps. Blood vessels may show through the skin with the eruptions. It is more common in women but more severe in males. Acne Rosacea has to be treated medically if not and it worsens and cab cause blindness. As it worsens it can produce excess of tissue growth that causes swelling of the nose named Rhinophyma.

You can read more about this topic in this ebook: Easy Skin Care Guide

Severe Acne
Severe Acne

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Home Care For Mild Acne

Home Care For Mild Acne

Home Care For Mild Acne. Acne is actually medically referred to as different types of skin lesions. When we refer to mild acne it is a skin condition that actually consists of  white heads, black heads, papules and pustules.To simplify things we just say either broken out or pimples. When  treating mild acne at home it takes about 4 to 8 weeks to start to see a real improvement.

The first consideration is getting good acne care products. Today there are many to choose from. There are even acne products for different skin types. You want to choose a product that matches your skin type.  For instance if you have oily skin you want acne products for oily skin. The other consideration is you want the product to have benzoyl peroxide in it. This is because benzoyl peroxide kills acne causing bacteria.

Facial Cleanser

Its important to invest in a  good facial cleanser. A good facial cleanser should be natural or medicated depending on the severity of your skin. It is not recommended that for acne you use regular soap and water. It good to wash your face at least twice a day with acne. You want to rinse your face with water after washing for 10 to 15 times. Let your face air dry or pat it dry with a clean cloth. Do not rub because that causes irritation.

Other products that are good to use with acne after washing your face are a good astringent and toner. There are medicated ones for acne available today. They are good to use after facial washing because they both clean and close pore. Astringents and toners also  cut down on the oil in and around the pores as well as the skin. If your skin tends to be dry and you need a moisturizer do not use one that is oil based. There are medicated moisturizers that you can use for acne. Its good to put a moisturizer on when your face is damp so it can absorb better into the skin. If you wear make up make sure to apply a medicated toner first.

Inflammation

Exfoliating is a good practice but not on any inflamed acne or active pustules. With inflammation and active breakouts once they heal then you can exfoliate. The same applies for natural and medicated masks. Do not use them on active our inflamed outbreaks. Another good facial therapy for acne is doing herbal steams. The steam and herbs help clear out pores and debris and loosens things like blackheads.

If you have acne on your body you can use a good medicated soap or the same cleanser you use on your face. If your facial cleanser is costly you can wash with a good anti bacterial soap and then apply a benzoyl peroxide lotion to the areas that are broken out. Acne on your back is harder to treat. So with back acne you have to be aggressive.

Read more about this topic here in my new ebook: Easy Skin Care Guide

Home Care For Mild Acne
Home Care For Mild Acne

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Caring for Blackheads

Caring for Blackheads

 Normal skin produces oil from the sebaceous gland called sebum. It is the follicles of the sebaceous glands that secrete sebum into the skin’s pores. Caring for Blackheads. The outermost layer of the epidermis, the stratum corneum sheds the oil and dead cells from the pore openings into the outer skin layer. Then it sloughs off this debris for new cells to emerge.

When you have any acne the pores don’t drain they remain clogged and swell. The mildest form of acne is called comendo which can be open or closed. Comendo are commonly called blackheads (opened comendo) and white heads (closed comendo). Blackheads are when the sebum solidifies into a pore filled hair duct. The pore becomes partially clogged from the hardened sebum along with bacteria and dead skin cells. The hardened matter oxidizes when it mixes with melanin cells thus turning black.

Before attempting to take care of any acne issues you wash your face with warm water first.  Its good to use an acne cleanser that has a low level of benzoyl peroxide in it. Topical retinoid products do well for acne problems too. There are medicated chemical peels with with salicylic acid and glycolic acid that help acne conditions. However do not use salicylic and glycolic acidic products in conjunction with retinoids.

Removing

To remove a black head you start with a clean compress that is put into hot water and then placed on top of the blackhead to loosen it. It is actually beneficial to the skin to remove blackheads if done so correctly. This is because by doing so you are preventing further damage to the skin. Then gently squeeze either side of the blackhead so it can pop out. Do not use your nails or dig into to the blackhead. To do so would cause damage to your skin. If after gently squeezing the black head does not pop out then you may want to try an exfoliating product for your skin type. If it still does not loosen the black head they do sell metallic extractors today for you to remove blackheads with. They look similar to tweezers but have a small round opening on one of the ends. The round end is placed over the blackhead and twists it out. You do have to be careful because the devise if not used correctly can cause scarring. Today on the market the have also blackhead strips for noses. Much like a tape, you place it on the area and then pull it up quickly and it takes the blackheads out when you quickly jerk the tape from where you place it. Blackheads should be easy enough to remove and there are enough methods to try if one does not work for you on the first try.

Read more about this topic in my ebook: Easy Skin Care Guide

Caring for Blackheads
Caring for Blackheads

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Acne and Scarring

Acne and Scarring

Acne and Scarring
Acne and Scarring

 

Just like there are different types of acne the same is true for the scars it leaves behind. This is particularly true for acne that is infected and picked with hands. Acne and Scarring. Sometimes in severe acne you do not have to pick it for scarring to occur. Here are the descriptions and characteristics of the basic scars acne leaves behind.

Ice Pick scars look like holes made by an ice pick, needle or pin. The larger Ice Pick scars look like large pores in the skin.  These scars are narrow and deep extending all the way to the dermis. Cystic acne and blemishes leave these kind of scarring behind after they heal. They are treated by a technique called punch incision or punch grafting.

 Boxcar scars are larger than the Icepick scars.  They are wider, and appear as either round or oval with steep vertical sides. Since they cause pits in the skin we refer to these kind of scars as pox marks. This is because the resemble the scars left by chicken pox. This type of scare develops as a result of tissue loss in inflammatory breakouts. They are  treated by punch elevation, dermal fillers or laser resurfacing.

 Rolling Scars get their name because they look live waves in the skin but are smooth. This scar is the result of fibrous tissue bands that develop between the skin layers. The bands pull the epidermal layer binding it to structures deeper within the skin layers. Rolling scars are treated with a surgical procedure called subcutaneous incisions or subcision.

 Hypertrophic or Keloid Scars are raised firm tissue masses. They end up to be larger than the original wound. Unlike the other scars these are not the result of tissue loss causing holes but are due to the over production of collagen in the healing process. These type of scars are treated with steroid injections, tapes and creams.

Treatment

Acne scaring is teated with several options that are available depending on the severity of the scar. The use of lasers or laser skin resurfacing which lightens and smooths scars is one of the many options available.

Chemical Peels are used in cases where the skin needs to be smoothed out and evened. Chemicals are used in this case to make the skin blister and peel giving way to a new smooth epidermis. Dermabrasion or Microdermabrasion is where the outer layer of the skin is abrasively removed. This too gives way to a smoother surface. Soft tissue augmentation uses things to fill in the holes called derma fillers. The cite is injected with a substance to  make it raise to the rest of the skin’s level making the skin uniform in texture.

 There are also surgical procedures available to treat acne scaring. Subcision or subcutaneous incision, punch excision or punch elevation are all minor surgeries  uses to either elevate or remove scar tissue. The surgery cite is held in place by either sutures or glue.

For mild scaring you might want to consider one of the many creams available both by prescription and non prescription. With scars it is recommended that you consult a dermatologist first to help you make the best choice for how to treat your acne scars.

You can read more about this topic in our newly released ebook here: Easy Skincare Guide – The Practical Guide to Skincare

 

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