Follow These Ways to Treat Cystic Acne

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What is Cystic Acne?

Cystic acne is an infection and inflammation that occurs in the membranes of the skin. This cystic acne occurs due to hormonal imbalances in the body. Cystic acne appears on the jaw, cheeks, and chin. Of course it makes you not confident, right? Well, let’s find out first what is cystic acne and how to treat it?

Compressing the Cystic Acne

When pimples/acne appear on the face it will feel annoying but you must remember that cystic acne should not be squeezed. The natural way to reduce inflammation in the skin that causes redness in pimples is to compress the acne itself.

How to compress cystic acne is by using ice cubes covered with smooth fabric. Then attach it completely to the acne. By compressing using ice cubes, it will reduce the red rash on  the acne.

Using Moisturizer

Sometimes skin that tends to dry and often peel can cause skin problems, one of which is cystic acne. To deal with dry and frequent peeling skin, you can use a moisturizer to make facial skin softer and oilier. Then multiply drinking mineral water to nourish the skin so it does not dry out.

Choosing Right Facial Wash

Regular facial wash can only remove impurities on the face but does not deal with problems that occur on your face, especially cystic acne. You should try using facial wash that contains salicylic acid. The content of salicylic acid can penetrate into the skin so that it can overcome cystic acne on the face.

Benzoyl Peroxide

Benzoyl Peroxide is a substance that can deflate and eliminate cystic acne on the face so that it helps you in the process of acne cleansing. This substance is usually contained in a facial cream or makeup that is made specifically for you who often experience cystic acne or have dry skin.

Consult to a Beauty Doctor

If the pimple can not be treated, you should consult to a beauty doctor because you will be given the right treatment and in accordance with the problems of your facial skin. In addition, you will better understand the condition of your facial skin.

*USA Health Articles does not provide health advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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