Jul 12, 2012
hey ladies..okay so i have blackheads and when i do get rid of them bc they need to be popped sometimes, it leaves redness on my face and it wont go away ive done home-made facials, masks all that stuff i want to know what do u ladies do to make them go away bc it literally takes forever for me. thanks in advance ; )
Try to get a tool to use instead of using your fingers. Your nails can scratch your face and leave marks.. not to mention bacteria. Amorepacific makes a great product called "stabalizing serum" it's really soothing and calming. The asthesticians at the spa use that after they do extractions becasuse it works immediatly. Within 5 minutes, the redness should fade... if you are going to do anything like that which is not good... try doing it at night when you're about to go to bed... that way, if you have to go somewhere, your face wont be all red!
hope this helps!
thanks yeah ive def learned from this my face is inflammed and the marks arent going away
are they now permanent marks? hmmm...
For 1 week don't pop anything on your face... try using a non-abrasive exfoliator... try using ones with enzymes... (only 3 times a week the most!!!!!) After getting out of the shower... ( let it get really steamy so your pores can open up... not too hot though, you dont want to burn yourself haha) Then use a clay mask... Your pores should be large enough for the clay to whip those bad boys out of there! haha ;)
Hope that works for you!!!
If all else fails you may have to result in visiting the dermatologist. Sometimes they can prescribe medicine and creams that are beneficial to improving and the complexion and skin and they are committed to helping until your skin is beautiful.
Good luck and take care! http://www.AntionetteChristopher.bi...
no they arent permanant they are just still red from before and even a little dry after me using an astrigent on it.
That's a good sign! haha!!!! Are you on fb, or is there somewhere I can e-mail you?
Take an anti inflammatory pill (like Advil or generic ibuprofen)
Apply cold pack
You can also try a hydrocortisone cream (will help the inflammation, you can get it at wal Mart by the anti itch creams) or simply dab some visine on (for the redness)
Most of all: don't get obsessed over it. I promise it looks WAY worse to you than it actually is :-) good luck!
YAY Crystal! Check your e-mail! =n_n=
yes i just tried hydrocortisone cream i remember it does that lol thank god i have little small tubes here yes ive been exfoliating and everything im going tomm to cvs to get a few things like happy me acne overnight pimple eliminator since they have an article on it from PLL;s mom ; )
hey srry send your email again didnt get anything
okie dokie! I just sent it again, if it doesn't show up, maybe they've landed in the spam folder haha! =)
Jul 14, 2012
thanks ladies i actually just bought a soap and glory Fab pore hot cloth cleanser and got a free murad mask and spot acne fighter ..woohooo lol
Jul 24, 2012
Hey! Have you considered checking out research studies? I know about one study for those who suffer from extreme acne. (Not sure if this applies to you.) But if you have moderate to severe acne this study may have a treatment that would interest you. Visit http://www.claritystudy.com for details.
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