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Dermatological and Natural Treatments for Acne and Blackheads

By Edited May 15, 2016 0 0

Thanks to research and technology, there are now products, treatments and procedures offered to get rid of acne and blackheads. However, no matter how helpful are they in addressing the problem, such methods of removing skin diseases can have various side effects. It is advisable to consult with a doctor first before planning to undergo these interventions. In some cases where inadequate consultation and assessment with a doctor was done, persons who underwent such treatments experienced further skin damage. Some people would get allergic reactions with the drug or chemical used, or excessive skin peeling may also happen. It is also wise to go to a trusted and established dermatologist than relying on cheap treatments.

Extraction is one of the dermatological procedures performed for acne and blackhead removal. This is done as a sterile procedure and makes use of an instrument called a comedone remover or extractor. Extraction can also be coupled with chemical peeling to make the process of removing acne and blackheads easier. Chemical peeling removes dirt from the surface of the skin, including those that clog the pores. A person may feel a stinging sensation during and after chemical peeling. It is advisable not to expose the area treated to avoid skin inflammation or damage.

Another blackhead removal procedure is laser therapy. In this procedure, a pen-like instrument is used to zap laser light onto the skin. During this action, a person may feel that a pointed object is very lightly pushed through the skin. This causes pores to open up and allow deep seated dirt to be removed.

Those who are planning to undergo such procedures must be advised that it can cost them a lot of money, especially that one is required to make checkups with the doctor regularly to monitor the progress of the treatment.

After acne and blackhead removal is used, a skin care regimen should be established to maintain pores free of impurities. Thought it may seem like a tedious task, being patient in washing one’s face at least twice a day can save a person from having many skin problems in the future. Besides, skin care products such as cleansers, toners, and moisturizers are cheaper than topical medications or dermatological treatments for acne. A person may not need to worry about acne and blackhead removal if he or she knows how to take care of their skin.

 It is also helpful if a person increases his or her intake of water. Bacteria found in acne feeds on sugar, and it can also be recommended that those who suffer from it control their intake of sweets. Caffeine and oily food are also known to cause acne, and these should be avoided to. Since acne is an integumentary system disorder because it affects the skin, one should increase his or her immunity against pathogens that cause skin diseases. Eating foods rich in vitamins and minerals such as fruits and vegetables, and getting adequate rest and sleep are recommended to boost the immune system.

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