Clear Skin Using Tretinoin Acne And Pimple Treatment

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Written By Shirley Bongbong Virtual Assistant Philippines

Looking for a combination of an organic acne treatment skin care therapy that enhances efficacy and decreases unwanted side effects including counteracting the emergence of bacterial resistance is quite difficult. The most common chemical compound used in the combination is the tretinoin. The tretinoin is very popular because of its comedolytic activity. The tretinoin acts to thin out the stratum corneum, which results in a better absorption of the antimicrobials. Most studies indicated tretinoin as more effective than the salicylic acid. The tretinoin acne and pimple treatment cream, with 0.1% retinoic acid cream has the ability to improve skin hyperpigmentation even among black patients. A significant change is evident after 40 weeks of treatment. Expect about 40% skin lightening and 23% reduction of the melanin content of the skin lesions by 23. Some black patients also used the tretinoin as a skin lightener. One thing that makes the tretinoin best in treating acne is its ability to support the epidermal turnover, which results in an improved post inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

 

Acne skin care for women over 40

Acne lesions should be treated with all seriousness. It is best to start using a proactive preventive acne treatment. Topical keratolytic therapy is recommended as the primary treatment to prevent the appearance of new acne lesions. The tretinoin and the benzoyl peroxide may be used alone or in combination with each other. This approach controls about 80 to 85% of the acne. It is preferable to use the cream preparations than the gel forms because they are less irritating. Tretinoin improvement may take 6 to 12 weeks with flare ups occurring during the first few weeks. Mild redness and scaling of the skin normally occur during the first week of treatment.

 

 

How do you prevent the occurrence of acne?

  • Avoid tight clothes that could trap sweat and produce acne
  • Avoid getting too conscious and touching the acne blemishes over and over again
  • Do not aggravate the condition by squeezing them or scrubbing too hard
  • Use mild cleansers
  • Don’t exfoliate too much
  • Cleanse your face at least 2 times a day
  • Use lukewarm water for cleansing

 

An excess of anything could be harmful, so don’t exfoliate too much or you’ll be sorry. Cleanse your skin at least 2 times a day. That would be great after your shower in the morning and before you sleep in the evening. Cleansing is a very important clear skin habit. It helps remove the toxins, pollutants, dust, oil, and other dirt you get from the environment. It is best to use lukewarm water for cleansing. A hot or cold water temperature used in your anti wrinkle treatment may damage your skin. Most of all, do not apply too much skin care products. Understanding about the products you used is crucial to the success of your acne treatment.

 

 

References

Helms, R. A. & Quan, D. J. (2006). Textbook of therapeutics: Drug and disease management. PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Kerr, E. A. (2000). Quality of care for general conditions. CA: RAND.