Frequently Asked Questions
Try a new acne treatment every week or so.
This approach can irritate your skin, which can cause breakouts. Washing your face throughout the day can irritate your skin and cause acne breakouts. What to do instead: Give an acne treatment time to work. You want to use a product for 6 to 8 weeks.
Give an acne treatment at least 4 weeks to work.
Using a different product every few days can also irritate your skin, causing new breakouts. If a treatment works for you, you should notice some improvement in 4 to 6 weeks.
Over time, you’ll probably notice your breakouts are getting smaller and healing more quickly. This is a sign that your treatments are starting to work. It may even seem like your skin breaks out worse before it starts to get better. Again, these are blemishes that were already forming within the pore.
Dermatologists use chemical peels to treat 2 types of acne — blackheads and papules. Acne removal: Your dermatologist may perform a procedure called “drainage and extraction” to remove a large acne cyst.
Breakouts start so deep in the skin that it could be 8 weeks before a blemish works its way into visibility. Your new skincare is helping speed that process. So it might seem like your is getting worse, but it’s actually just rushing to get better.
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