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... My dermatologist told me to use a hot compress to reduce the swelling etc. DO NOT SQUEEZE...honestly it makes it alot worse. Use a white washcloth and soak it in tap water and then microwave the washcloth.. ... (2 replies)
... This is cystic acne and is only controlled by using antibiotics. You need to get to the "root" of the problem in order to stop the cycle... ... (5 replies)
... I think my diet could be the cause of my acne as I live off processed foods and takeways, although I do eat alot of fruit and veg. ... (40 replies)

... saturate a cotton ball in the hot water. ... (10 replies)
Tips? Ideas?
Nov 19, 2005
... but remember to use a cold compress after you wash your face to close the pores back up. ... (7 replies)
Poping pimples?
Oct 13, 2003
... I used to pop everything, and I mean EVERYTHING to some days hours and hours. Then this past year I started to get cystic acne and I had scarring before this but GOT REALLY BAD with cystic acne. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I to use ibuprofen when i am desperate to speed up the healing of an inflamed spot,for example as soon as i feel an inflamed spot making it,s way to the surface of the skin i apply a hot water compress soaked in lavender oil to the area for around 20 minutes then apply BP 10% followed by a dab of Hydrocortisone and 2 Ibuprofen before bed,usually i notice alot of... (10 replies)
... You could try a number of things to lessen the soreness and redness. I recommend using a hot compress. Just take a washcloth and dip it into very hot boiled water. Be careful not to burn yourself. Blow on the corner of the washcloth a few times but don't let it get cold! ... (4 replies)
Recurring cysts
Dec 18, 2002
... est thing I can recommend is 'Hydrocortisone Cream' you can buy it anywhere and it basically reduces inflammation. It states that you shouldn't use it on face or acne but I did and I had no reaction at all and it noticeably reduced the swelling. My advice to you is not to touch or press it or you'll make it worse. ... (8 replies)
... What made me really frustrated during the past years is that without solving the root cause of acne my pores on my nose would be filled up again within a week and i could start from the beginning. ... (6 replies)
... Try an exfoliator or face scrub. This will help to loosen the dried up oils and dead skin. Then use a hot compress on the blackheads. Do these two things BEFORE trying to remove blackheads by GENTLY squeezing. ... (4 replies)
... I invested my faith in a few dermatologists but unfortuantely, they didn't understand what sensitive skins meant in treatment. In addition to acne all over my face, I ended up with 'cigarette butt' looking black circles all over my face on top of the acne. They successfully burned my face. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you, I will try warm compress but doing warm compress will even end that small bump? ... (5 replies)
... I was looking though the posts and some of you are so young and I feel your pain. But some of the things you are trying will NOT work for moderate or severe acne and you are wasting time and money! ... (0 replies)
... First, lay a warm, wet washcloth on your face for a few minutes. After a shower is an ideal time to extract.steaming the face, or using a hot water compress is strongly recommended to help soften comedones.This will make them much easier to remove. ... (3 replies)
... As for the scrub brush thing, I use one every day on my whole body for good exfoliation (including my back), so I got that part covered. ;) And for the warm compress: it's just getting a clean rag, rinsing it completely in warm-hot water, and pressing it to your face just long enough till it starts to cool down. Then you repeat the process to all the problem areas on your... (34 replies)
... cup of hot water. Saturate a cotton ball in the hot water. Hold the compress on your pimple 'til it becomes cold, repeat with a new cotton ball. Do this for about 15 minutes. You will notice the pimple has come to a head within no time. ... (1 replies)
... nd allows things to surface. Dont squeeze it. You risk having not only a scar, but you will also spread the bacteria to other pores. Instead, keep using the warm compress a few days, only once or twice a day, it will help the whitehead surface to where it can easily be extracted. ... (5 replies)
Tree tea oil
Oct 12, 2002
... to a hot bath. ... (16 replies)
... Here is what i've done in the past. I use a hot and a cold compress and i alternate them on the spot, i do this for a bit of time until i can no longer really feel the area. Then i put on some acne treatment on it. ... (1 replies)

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