In most cases, acne on the face appearing inadolescence (puberty) age, when the body goes through constant changes and hormonal surges. But do not bypass this problem and adults: during pregnancy, lactation or diseases associated with hormonal disorders, acne on the face may come back and bring a lot of trouble.
Modern medicine and cosmetology offers a wide range of tools to deal with acne at any age. How not to get lost in this diversity and choose the appropriate medication?
Types of remedies for acne
All funds for the treatment of acne on the face are divided into several categories, which differ in the type of exposure and the main active ingredient:
- retinoids (internal and external);
- antibacterial agents for the face;
- salicylic acid;
- azelaic acid;
- hormonal agents.
They may be in the main part of the drug to the skin, and applied as an additional component in cosmetics for daily care and treatment of acne.
Action remedies for acne
All means to combat acne on the face arehighly directional effect, so when choosing an effective composition is necessary to determine the cause of the rash. To combat them used drugs:
- destroy bacteria;
- Cleans and tightens pores;
- attenuating the secretion of the sebaceous glands;
Thus, for oily skin is useless to apply means that destroy bacteria, and for the treatment of infectious lesions are not suitable medications for narrowing the pores.
The side effects of any medication or cosmeticsto combat acne roughly similar: dry skin on the face, a burning sensation and itching, flaking. Severity depends on the degree of rigidity means.
Folk remedies for acne
Traditional medicine offers a wide range oflotions and masks to combat acne on the face. The basis of most of them are the same mechanisms as in the treatment of industrial vehicles. Traditional recipes allow disinfect and dry, reduce inflammation, narrow pores, and moisturize the skin further. In terms of their effectiveness difficult to compare with the industry - every patient is different. In this folk formulations rarely cause allergic reactions, because they have no components including auxiliaries.