Question: “Good advice for acne”
I have a problem with my skin at the moment. I use something from matas called Manhatten clearface – washgel/tonic. I really don’t feel that it’s working, even if I’ve used it for 2 weeks. And because I have acne I pick at it a lot, and I know that only makes it worse, but I really don’t feel good about myself, because I really just want it all to go away. I use that manhatten in the evening, because it’s good for my skin to relax during the night. I know you can’t magically cure acne, but do you have some advice on how I can reduce it at least. I really would like some good advice from you since I’ve come across your web site.
Hope you can help with remove as much as possible
The unlucky boy
Answer to: “Good advice for acne”
HI – thank you very much for your letter.
I hope that my advice for acne can give you some inspiration when battling your acne.
It is crucial to avoid irritation. This means that you should use your skincare products very gently and leave your skin relatively at rest for the rest of the day.
Cure for acne
I would recommend you to read my cure for acne, which is my simple, but very effective step-by-step programme for curing acne and blemishes, where you will receive:
- Documented knowledge in a language that is easy to understand
- An easy step-by-step guide
- Video guides where I will tell you and show you how to do the different steps
- A list of products, so you can see which products to use for treating your skin
Do not press blemishes
No matter how tempting it can be to want to press the blemishes, I would like to emphasize strongly the importance of not doing that.
If blemishes are pressed, you risk the development of even more and bigger blemishes and even scars.
Change your pillowcase a couple of times a week or so. Prolonged exposure to oils can make the acne worse. So in theory, if the oil from your hair rub off on your pillowcase, it can make its way to your face.
I send you my very best thoughts and wish for you to have a healthy life.