Different forms of acne exist, ranging from simple blackheads to the sometimes painful pimples. But one severe form that is particularly painful and is a bother to treat is cystic acne. Acne cyst treatment is a bit harder than general acne as it is located in a much deeper layer of the skin.
Cystic acne occurs in much the same way as regular acne, when oil, grime and dead skin cells clog your pores and get infected and forms a pus-filled pocket. The difference is cystic acne affects deeper skin tissue giving the feel of a soft, tender and fluid filled lump under the skin surface. also, it is quite bigger in size and becomes really painful as it become deep rooted.
The best way to approach any skin disease, or any disease for that matter, is by prevention which is actually fairly easy and simple, but would require consistency. to prevent acne formation, you should always make sure that you have an appropriate skin hygiene regimen, a healthy and well-balanced diet, and a clean environment. But since a clean environment is hard to maintain, especially since you cannot stay confined in one area only, at least make sure you always wear clean clothes and you sleep with clean sheets.
There is still a good chance of developing acne even if you have a great acne prevention routine, but there are a lot of ways to treat it, even natural ones. The most used and time proven natural home remedy is honey which is loaded with vitamins, minerals, nutrients and with strong antiseptic properties. It is used as treatment for many skin problems and it safe to use so you can use it on a daily basis.
For a much better effectiveness, you can add other natural ingredient to make a honey mixture. Ingredients like oatmeal, egg white and yogurt are great for skin care and would work better in conjunction with honey.
Cystic acne may be really painful as to warrant attention but acne cyst treatment can be simple with just the use of natural home ingredients. The skin is the largest organ in the body and serves to protect us from the harshness of the environment. It is best to protect it as any defect on our outside barrier may lead to a hard-to-treat defect on the inside.
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