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Acne bump cyst
My skin pops out with small acne gets very oily the moment i step out the doors. Either it be a night or day. Some times that small acnes dry out and go away leaving blackspots but sometimes that acne raises like a big bump and stays there for many days and after weeks it gets so soft and then if press out it spew out white pus followed by blood. Im tired of taking medications. May i kbow why it happens . Is my skin very sensitive or allergic to anything. What are precautions to stay happily when im out of home. Thank you
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Skin care needs to be customized based on the presenting complaints. There are different ways to achieve a flawless skin after acne and it needs medical interventions and commitment on part of the patient. Acne treatment has multiple stages - to control new breakouts, to clear the sequelae (pigmentation and scars) and to prevent a relapse. An attempt to find out the root cause of acne should be made in every patient or else it keeps recurring. Each phase takes a couple of weeks before we move to the next phase of treatment. If you have active acne lesions, it should be controlled on priority basis. Acne scar and pores can be treated with subcisions, dermaroller, fractional CO2 lasers, chemical peels and likewise.
Next Steps
A good skin care regimen comprises 4 steps - cleansing, toning, moisturizing and sunblock. Based on your skin type, a dermatologist will recommend you appropriate products.
Health Tips
Apply Sunscreens regularly.
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