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Are there any acne medications that actualy work?

May 14, 2011 by acnetrea  
Filed under Acne FAQ's

I use Proactive and it doesn’t work at all for me and I need to know what the best acne medication is to use.


7 Responses to “Are there any acne medications that actualy work?”
  1. Grandma6 says:

    The best thing I’ve found is to wash the affected areas carefully every day and don’t re-use the towels. I had acne on my back that wouldn’t go away till I stopped using a towel more than once.
    If you feel a pimple coming up use a triple antibiotic cream several times a day, rubbing it in. I’ve been doing that for years (yes, I still get a few at my age from stress) and I’ve had them never break the skin pretty regularly. If they do break the skin they seem to clear up overnight sometimes.

  2. snow white and the seven knights says:

    neutrogena face wash works

  3. Sudeep King of Scorn says:

    Erytop lotion or cream.

  4. Leann says:

    I’ve been in that situation and there is really nothing you can do about it. There are things you can do to try to reduce the blemishes and get rid of acne/pimples temporarily but you will always be finding yourself cleaning your face or your body depending on where it’s at.

    I mean of course your acne should go away eventually but for some this is the case their whole life.

    I’m 29 years old and have been suffering from these little pests since I was a teenager. I tried all sorts of face washes from the local grocery store and what not, but nothing seemed to work. If anything it would just make my skin dry and itchy.

    Literally the best acne face wash I’ve ever used has been this stuff called clearpores. It has got rid of the acne to quickest and has been a success ever since I got it. It’s unique cause of it’s herbal supplement you take a long with it that helps your skin from the inside out. I saved money on it at at the time which was helpful.

    You should really look into this stuff and if you can to assure the best results, get the 3 month supply because if it doesn’t work it will still save you butt on the return policy.

    Well good luck and best wishes.

  5. Jake says:

    take a look at these products..

    it worked for me, and maybe for you. it doesnt hurt to try

    hope that helps

  6. Ex-Boxer (Fitness Instructor) says:

    Here are just a few tips to treat them so they would disappear and not multiply.

    First of all, when you see a small pimple, try to avoid the temptation of popping it. Popping it can cause it to multiply as it can spread the infection underneath the skin and the next morning you’d find dozens of them on your face! If ever you do pop a zit, make sure you wash it with soap and water or some alcohol to avoid the risk of infection.

    Second, wash your face morning and night using mild soap or facial wash. You need to keep your face clean but you don’t need strong cleansers to do this. Stay with the mild ones so you would avoid irritation.

    Third, choose the right toner. Toner is the new astringent as it’s a lot gentler to the skin. After washing your face, apply facial toner.

    Fourth, exfoliate. Don’t exfoliate your skin everyday! Exfoliate every three days and use a gentle scrub. Don’t use a product that once used would make your face feel like it’s been scrubbed by sandpaper. Your facial skin is really sensitive and it can’t handle such beating. Be gentle with it.

    Lastly, get enough sleep. Not enough sleep can cause pimple breakouts so make sure you get 8 hours of sleep a night. Sleep is a very important thing as it reduces your stress level. Stress influences acne breakouts so in order to reduce your stress level, get some sleep! When you have plenty of sleep, you don’t only get rid of acne but you feel much happier too!

    I don’t know if any pharmacies stock Acnezine but I do know that you should purchase it directly from the manufacturer and read more about the product via the offical site

    Best Of Luck!

  7. Leena says:

    My Experience On Conventional Acne Medications

    It’s common any acne sufferers will take actions to cure their acne. But do conventional acne medications actually work? What are their side effects and what other acne treatments are there?

    If you have suffered from acne it is likely that you’ve been to a doctor to get something to treat it with. Chances are you were prescribed something called Benzoyl Peroxide (BP) to put onto your acne, and chances are your skin dried out badly and your acne over the weeks never got better, and perhaps got worse! This is exactly what happened to me over ten years ago when I first got acne, and it’s a common experience for most acne sufferers.

    The truth BP is an extremely ineffective acne treatment and should be avoided because natural acne treatments exist that 1) actually work, and 2) do not cause side effects (remember how the BP dries out the skin?)

    So after the failed use of BP I went back to my doctor and was prescribed oral antibiotics, in addition to topical antibiotics. And these were a miracle! They completely cleared up my acne…
    …at least for a few weeks. After that my acne came back worse than ever! This was a disaster and I asked my doctor why it was now worse and he said it was just a coincidence that my acne was becoming worse and had nothing to do with the antibiotics. I later found out that this was a lie.

    Anyway, this doctor put me on another type of antibiotic and my skin was still getting worse, so after a few months of antibiotic use he put me on accutane…

    Now accutane is a heavy duty drug and is supposed to be ‘the answer’ to severe acne. So I went on a course of acctuane for 5 months and after the 5 months were up my acne hadn’t got any better at all, but my skin was extremely dry and had become what I can only describe as being like goose flesh. It was completely gross.

    Yet 1 month after finishing accutane my skin started to clear up and within a few weeks my acne was completely gone. But just like the original antibiotics my acne came back, and after 3 weeks of clear acne-free skin it went back to being acne-infested skin.

    At that point I gave up on my doctor. He had failed me. And I started to look at alternative acne treatments. It wasn’t until I found out about some natural treatment that my acne cleared up quickly and permanently. For example, did you know that vegetable oil is a major cause of acne? When I cut it out of my diet my acne dramatically cleared up.

    Do not give up. There’s always a cure to any sickness. Give it a try and there’s nothing to loose.

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