Use Benzoyl Peroxide.
Benzoyl Peroxide is commonly used for treatment of acne. It is available in many forms such as soap bars, washing lotions, creams, gels, etc. It is available both - OTC and on prescription.
* Benzoyl Peroxide Removes excess oil,
* Unclogs the closed pores, and
* Kills the bacteria.
* You should consult with your doctor If you have eczema, or raw skin because of sunburn, etc. Benzoyl Peroxide may cause irritation if used on such skin.
* If you are pregnant or breast-feeding. No studies have been done about absorption of benzoyl peroxide in the pregnancy or in the mothers milk. Let your doctor decide.
* If you want to use benzoyl peroxide on a child or a very old person.
* If you are using other topical that may peel or irritate the skin on the same place, where you plan to use benzoyl peroxide.
* If you are allergic to any dyes, preservatives, etc.
Benzoyl Peroxide may irritate the skin and acne may flare up after you begin the use. These will go away slowly. If the irritation persists, inform your doctor.
If benzoyl peroxide produces side-effects such as skin warmth, blisters, excess peeling, etc., inform your doctor.
For rosacea treatment-
Treatment Of Rosacea
Rosacea should not be treated with self-medication. You must consult a doctor. If left unchecked, rosacea can develop serious eye problems and veins like spider veins in patients of both the sexes. It can also lead to disfigured nose in men. If you think that rosacea will get well itself, you may be wrong. It may become worse. Consult a doctor and get it diagnosed and treated at as early stage as possible. Treatment of rosacea at an early stage may stop its growth.
The red discoloration of rosacea offers a challenge in its treatment. For that, doctors use anti-inflammatory topicals. If you have visible blood vessels, they can be destroyed with a very tiny fine needle using electric current. Laser is used successfully in treating the redness and the visible blood vessels. Your doctor will tell you more about the types of lasers that can be used for your treatment. The growth on male noses can be treated with laser, surgery or dermabrasion.
For treatment of the papules and pustules, doctors use topical medication that may include benzoyl peroxide, topical antibiotics, azelaic acid, metronidazole, etc. If you have more infection, you may be prescribed oral antibiotics. Superficial glycolic chemical peeling may be used to remove the superficial damage on the skin. Sometimes doctors prescribe isotretinoin in severe cases, but it is normally avoided. If you have eye problems, your doctor will use antibiotics to clear them.
Consult your doctor as soon as you notice the initial flushing or blushing. That will help you prevent the progress of rosacea.