Acne has an impact in our physical and emotional conditions.
Physically, because of the damages it causes to our skin; emotionally, because it reduces our confidence when weŗe meeting new people. Cystic Acne is a form of acne with pus, companied by redness. This type of Acne is painful and very uncomfortable. Cystic Acne can be inherited if your parents have suffered from the same condition during their lives. Although hormonal imbalances can trigger Cystic Acne, it can also appear during stressful times. This type of acne cannot be eliminated; it can be reduced, but can never be eliminated. Always wash your face with a mild soap and warm water. Make sure to remove make-up at the end of the day, or better yet, do not wear make-up at all. Remember that make-up is made of chemicals and there is a possibility of making your acne worse. When Cystic Acne can no longer be treated by over-the-counter medicines, Medical Intervention may be needed. There are many ways to treat this kind of problem. Doctors may put you on a diet that reduces your intake of foods that can make the skin condition worse. They will help you decide what cleansers are best for you to use. Doctors may give you antibiotics to remove the infection. Antibiotics can come in any form, it can be topical or oral, and they are the most effective way of treating Cystic Acne. Oral contraceptives might be given to women to regulate hormone levels if the doctors believe that a hormonal imbalance is the cause of the Cystic Acne. In some advanced cases of Cystic Acne, doctors recommend excision, in which the doctors cut the cyst and drain the infection. Having this kind of problem can be depressing. Remember that this kind of problem cannot be solved in a short period of time. Avoid pimple popping when depressed. It will make your Cystic Acne worse. Be patient and trust your doctors advice. Acne treatments will help you cure and prevent cystic acne breakouts.