Comedonal acne is a relatively mild form of acne that involves little or no inflammation. Comedones are usually classified as either blackheads or whiteheads, and they should never, ever be picked! I might suggest you see about getting a Clarisonic. Some of my comedonal acne patients have found that using this device (and they have a head specifically targeting acne!) helps clear their pores and they don't pick at their faces as much. Plus, products are actually driven deeper with these devices and you use less product. If the Tazorac isn't strong enough, your dermatologist might suggest another prescription be used in conjunction with it. But please don't pick your face anymore!
Next time you’re chopping up cilantro for your favorite guacamole or salsa recipe, consider the benefits this herb offers for your skin. Eating cilantro provides plenty of health benefits, including decreased cholesterol and digestive issue relief, but it can also pack a powerful punch when it comes to skin care. Cilantro is jam-packed with antioxidants that fight free radicals, and provides a potent dose of Vitamin C. Cilantro has antibacterial and antifungal properties, and can help soothe inflammation for those with acne-prone skin.
A few weeks agao I’ve had a really stubborn sinusitis and after a few weeks my doctor told me I had to take antibiotics to get rid of it. The last time I’ve taken antibiotics was years ago. I haven’t had any side effects but after 3-4 days I’ve noticed that my skin cleared up. To be honest it didn’t occur to me that it may be the antibiotics. After the last pill (10 days) my skin looked better than it did in years. Seriously, so amazing. Then I’ve read that this medicine indicated for acne. After 1 1/2 weeks my skin got back to normal, though. So disappointing, but I’ve had already expected it.