Thursday, March 13, 2014

pimples, acne,zits,spots self healing treatment

Pimples (acne, zits, spots) affect the skin of the majority of teenagers and a significant number of adults. Some individuals are lucky and have occasional breakouts, while others may experience ongoing (chronic) problems. The presence of pimples on the skin, especially the face, may cause anxiety and/or embarrassment.
Treating pimples promptly can also help overcome its emotional and psychological effects. Although pimples are not in themselves bad for overall health, living with them, especially if they are persistent and become a long-term problem can be as devastating emotionally as living with a chronic disease.
Studies have shown that people with regular breakouts of pimples are more likely to developdepression.
Experts say that acne should be treated promptly, especially if the individual is prone to getting pimples.
Self-help pimple treatments
1) Diet - researchers from New York University reported in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that a diet high in dairy products and high glycemic index foods increases the risk of developing pimples. 
2) Washing your face about twice each day - not more often. Make sure you have a mild soap. Use warm water. Wash gently; do not scrub the skin. 
3) Do not pop (burst) the pimple - there is a risk you may push the infection further down, causing more serious blockage and worse swelling and redness. Popping pimples also increases the risk of scarring. 4) Touching your face - even though this may require some willpower, try to refrain from touching your face with your hands. If you are using a telephone, do not let receiver touch the skin of your face - it may have skin residue or sebum on it. Before touching your face make sure you always wash your hands wicth soap. 5) Hand hygiene - keep your hands and nails as clean as you can by washing them regularly with soap. Keep your nails short. 6) Glasses (spectacles) - glasses collect sebum and skin residue; clean them regularly. 7) Make up - make sure you have taken all your make up off when you go to sleep. Only use makeup that is nonceomedogenicornonacnegenic - you should be able to read this on the label. 8) Hair - sebum and skin collects in hair. Keep your hair clean. Try to keep your hair away from your face. 9) Sun exposure - overexposure to sunlight may sometimes result in the production of more sebum. Some medications used by people with acne may make your skin more prone to sunburn. 10) for guys Shaving your face - be careful when you shave. Either use safety razors (make sure blade is sharp) or an electric shaver. Before shaving, soften the skin with warm, soapy water before applying the shaving cream - the skin is softer straight after a warm shower. For more info about our homemade soap,ameryllis acne cream,herbal balm how to assist your skin problem contact us by pm in fb, wechatjoey2383 or whatsapp0123757185 www.ameryllisnatureskincare.wordpress.comhttps://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=221922668008467&id=171793959688005&set=a.171797666354301.1073741827.171793959688005&source=46

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