| Treating Acne and Acne Scars
One of the biggest skincare and beauty issues we hear about is acne and acne scars. Few things have such an impact on the way someone sees themselves and the way others see them. Too many people have suffered for too long with acne-related issues. Regardless of your age, nationality or gender, you don’t have to live with your acne or acne scars as they are today. You must be proactive to take the steps necessary to prevent or reduce further outbreaks and subsequent scarring, and you must heal and eliminate any current scarring. I know this is a difficult issue. It’s one I’ve faced myself.
Posted by Suzanne Gindi on 2/26/2013
During my pregnancy, I developed acne that eventually lead to acne scars after my son was born. All of my previous acne scars had taken a long time to heal so I knew these would as well. While I was pregnant, I didn’t want to use a lot of beauty products and reduced the amount of makeup and cosmetics that I wore. After my son was born, I decided to be a bit more proactive and used this steamed whitening cream for sensitive skin. As I mentioned, all of my previous acne scars took a long time to heal - several months. Using the whitening, I noticed a remarkable difference in less than six weeks that really lifted my spirits.
Many people feel that they must simply accept their acne scars and just not be completely pleased with their skin. Nothing could be further from the truth. Acne scars can be effectively dealt with when we know what to do. Most important, and I cannot overstate this, the #1 way to deal with acne scars is prevention. Stopping them from occurring in first place or greatly reducing the frequency and severity of their appearance is the best long-term solution for dealing with acne scars.
So, how do you stop acne from occurring? That’s going to take several steps including diet, lifestyle and the rights soap and skin products.
If you’re not eating right, that’s going to be reflected in your body and in your skin. Remember, your skin reflects your general health and if your diet isn’t healthy or isn’t balanced, your skin will not look as good as it could. Change this one thing and you’ll go a long way towards looking better and feeling better. Make sure you’re getting plenty of sleep, drinking less alcohol, not smoking and always protecting your skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays.
When your diet and lifestyle are healthy, your body and skin will also be healthy. However, of course, that’s often not enough. You’ll also need the correct soaps and skin care products for your skin type. I’ve met many people who, once they started using the right products for their specific skin type, their acne and acne scars quickly reduced. Products are made for certain skin types such as oily or dry, and even customized for various ethnicities. If you think you’re using the right type of products, you owe it to yourself to confirm that. If you’re unsure, leave a comment on this post and I’ll let you know the type of products that are best suited for your specific skin type and composition.
farha brunache Date 5/13/2013
in my late 40's i've been suffering with severe oily/acne for the past three months. My dermatologist put me on antibiotics orally and topically for a month now and they don't seem to be working but she claimed it will take a while to be effective and the topical antibiotics cause discolorations to my face. Make-up doesn't help with the discolorations and the acne is getting worst. It's so embarassing please Help!!!!!!
Suzzy Date 5/14/2013
I am going to send you an email, so I may send recommendation as links!
Orchid Date 6/23/2013
I am in my late 30's and I now get pimples/acne when my period is due. The pimples takes a while to go and leaves scars/marks on my skin. Please advise what I can use to eliminate this problem.
Suzzy Date 6/24/2013
I would highly suggest the St Dalfour.
There are many variations, here's a link to best find the variety that is best in your skin tone:
This is a great night time spot treatment, which allows the product to seep into the skin.
mgarchie, uk Date 7/10/2013
suzzy, i am 37 and i have exacerbation of acne in my chin and forehead, i tried dermatologistssssss and other antibiotics and skin peels such as glyco;ic and salicylic peels, it improves a bit but not much and its costing me an earth. pls help me control my acne. thnx
Susana B Boleche Date 7/10/2013
Please send me some pictures so I can understand it better.
adelaide Date 7/13/2013
hi i am having alot of pimples on my face and i also have an oily skin. i have been suffering from this for the past 8years and i have been trying alot of skin care products but no avail. i am a dark skinned person and i dont have an even tonned skin. i will like you to recommend products that can give me an even tone 2 or 3 shades off my natural colour. my knuckles and knees are very stubborn as well to bleach.
Susana B Boleche Date 7/15/2013
How are you?
Please consider the following:
Very good for exfoliating skin and reducing excess oil. Also very nice whitening soap.
Formulated for daily use on oily to acne-prone skin to gently exfoliate dead skin cel
Jean Date 10/9/2013
Please help me with my pimple scars. It's deep already! :(
Suzzy Date 10/9/2013
I will add your email to our mailing list. We will be introducing a new treatment for acne scars that I believe will work great for you! It involves a derma-roller and a very effective cream that will help penetrate the skin for great results. Keep a look out - it should be coming out the next couple weeks!
Thank you :)
Mae Date 11/23/2013
I just turned 20 and pimples started popping out on my face and it leaves scars. I've never change any of the products I've been using since high school. I don't know what to do anymore.
Susana B Boleche Date 11/23/2013
I’m so sorry to hear that you are having these acne problems. Can you tell me more about your skin:
1. Is it oily, or oily T-Zone?
2. What causes the acne to get worse, stress, type of food, menstruation?
3. What products are you using now?
I will try to help so don’t be too worried.
Mae Date 11/29/2013
My skin is a little oily. My mom's convincing me that it may be because of stress, I've been working on my thesis for a while and I've been sleeping late. I've bee using garnier pure active scrub now and garnier light complete but I can see slow results. Scars on my face also doesn't lighten. I've been sleeping earlier now.
Suzzy Date 11/29/2013
Hello Mae, if your skin is not sensitive, I would recommend trying the Premium Maximum Whitening soap. If your skin is sensetive, I would recommend using Relumins new Glycolic Max Soap. Both soaps will lift away excess oils, helps relieve skin of acne and clogged pores as well as whiten and even skin tone. Thanks, Suzzy
Suzzy Date 11/30/2013
You can always use BB Creams or concealer but try to find one brand that matches your skin.
Mae Date 11/30/2013
Hi Suzzy! Yes, I have sensitive skin. Thank you! My mom bought me the Mosbeau Green Tea Facial Soap, would you recommend that to me? And could I use bb creams or concealer to hide my scars for a while? Thank you so much! I would order the Relumins Glycolic Max Soap. I'll talk to my mom about it.
Juliet Date 12/9/2013
Hey Suzzy, I am highly disappointed with you guys.... I was searching online and I came across your website to buy some items for d first time and you guys disappointed out of the order that I ordered for the I bought with 63.95 authentic mosbeau dark spot remover was not included in the package and u deduct the money from my credit card how am suppose to recommend you for other people when you deliver what you were suppose to send out? Pls just tell your staff to always take good care of customers order..... I am not happy at all.