How To Deal With Acne On The Face?
Afternoon, doc, I want to ask … for about two months I always use the antobiotic clindamcyin 300 mg to treat acne on my face … but for external use … so clindamcyin called me to use water and then I put my pimples on and it healed in the normal time. . But maybe it’s been a while before I use it maybe it’s not changed .. what I ask is how to neutralize my facial skin?
Clindamycin is an antibiotic to treat bacterial infections. These antibiotics are available in oral / taken (capsules), some are in topical / topical preparations (ointments and creams).
Clindamycin is often used in the treatment of acne, either as an oral antibiotic or a mixture in a cream / ointment as a topical antibiotic. However, its use (oral or topical) must be in accordance with doctor's recommendations and under doctor's supervision. The use of oral drugs is crushed and then applied to the skin inappropriately. You better stop this habit. If you want to use topical antibiotics as acne medication, consult your doctor first and use antibiotics that are in topical preparations.
Acne itself can arise influenced by cosmetics, skincare used, stress, hormonal, genetic, bacteria, and excess oil. To help reduce acne, you can try the following tips:
Avoid touching your face before washing your hands Use all hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic skincare and cosmetics Avoid heavy makeup during acne Make sure your face is really clean when going to bed Wash your face twice a day with facial cleanser Don't scrub your face hard Avoid using scrubs Use sunscreen in the morning -sore day Use home peels that contain BHA to help remove dead skin cells so as not to clog pores and become acne Use acne medications that contain benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, sulfur, azelaic acid Don't squeeze pimples Drink lots of water Avoid stress If with the tips in For acne that still often grows, you can consult further with a dermatologist so that it can be given maximum treatment. Some doctor treatments that can be given to treat acne include:
Topical drugs: retinoids, topical antibiotics, benzoyl peroxide, azelaic acid Oral drugs: isotretinoin, oral antibiotics, hormonal therapy: lasers, chemical peels, steroid injections, mesotherapy, photodynamic therapy The following articles relate to the topic of your question:
Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y