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I am 27 years old and Im still getting acne that are like hard red bumps under the skin.They seem to appear over night. Does anyone know what i can do to get rid of it? They are not all over my face but when i do get them I'll get like 3 at a time, I dont even like going aout anywhere, it looks awefull.
 

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I am 27 years old and Im still getting acne that are like hard red bumps under the skin.They seem to appear over night. Does anyone know what i can do to get rid of it? They are not all over my face but when i do get them I'll get like 3 at a time, I dont even like going aout anywhere, it looks awefull.
try a good detox diet! It should do you a world of good
 

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I am 27 years old and Im still getting acne that are like hard red bumps under the skin.They seem to appear over night. Does anyone know what i can do to get rid of it? They are not all over my face but when i do get them I'll get like 3 at a time, I dont even like going aout anywhere, it looks awefull.
Hi Janeane,

Here are some tips on acne cure based on my 25 year knowledge and self experimentation;

Acne strikes millions of individuals every year, causing varying levels of embarrassment for many people who only want to have clear skin. In turn, the cosmetics industry floods the market with products that work to remove pimples and the effects of acne only after they have appeared. They promise an acne cure and the problem is that there is no direct acne cure.
The only true way to find any form of acne cure is to start before the pimples begin to appear, well before acne has become an issue. The best cure for acne is in the prevention of it to start with. Starting from the inside and working your way out, it is much easier and more effective to deal with the effects of acne.

Common Acne Cure Methods and Preventatives
Acne is caused by an excess secretion of hormones. This can come as a result of clogged pores or simply in response to biology and the age of the individual. Whatever the reason, the best acne cure is to start within and attempt to stop the excess production of those hormones. Any of these following methods work to slow or even stop the outbreak of acne and new blemishes.

Facial Cleanliness
Washing your face is the first and most important step in providing your own acne cure. By washing your face two or three times a day, using a clean glycerine based soap and alternating from warm water to cold water, you can do a lot in preventing new outbreaks of acne. Only use soap twice a day at the most as too much soap will only dry your skin further and make your situation worse.

Healthy Diet
Your body reacts to the food you eat. You feel it every day, whether in how much energy you have after breakfast or how tired you are after dinner. Your body also reacts in ways you cannot feel, such as over producing hormones that cause acne. The best acne cure is to simply eat healthier. Sugar, alcohol, and fried food all serve to produce the hormones in your body that cause acne. You do not need to completely avoid such food to keep from getting acne, merely exercise caution in how much you consume.

Stress
Another natural and effective acne cure is to minimize the amount of stress on your body. Your body reacts to stress in many ways. One of those ways is to produce the hormones that cause acne. By relaxing, you can hopefully reduce the hormones produced and stop the production of new acne outbreaks.

Other Common Acne Cure Methods
There are numerous other methods that have been shown to work in preventing acne from starting at all. These common sense acne cure styles usually work to keep your body in a healthy, working condition first and foremost. Detoxing your body with a juice diet or simply drinking enough water every day are two methods often cited that help to reduce the risk of new acne.

Sincerely,

Maya McMahon
Skin Care Specialist
 

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I had cystic acne when I was in high school and college. Unfortunately, one of my mistakes was to pick - so don't pick because it only makes it worse. The best thing I did, and continue to do in the event that I get one coming under the skin is to use warm/hot-ish compresses on the area for 15 minute intervals a few times a day. This will help make those go away for sure. I can say that when I left them alone it would take weeks for it to go away. When I used compresses, it cut the time down to a third. Sometimes it would actually nip it in the bud. All you can do is keep them clean, don't touch, and use compresses. Cystic acne is a cycle, not like a regular whitehead. Be patient and they will come and go more quickly.

Hope this helps.

Tom
 
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