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Ultimate Formula To Pound Your Pimples

Posted by acnedefeater123, 17 June 2013 · 771 views

Instead of making you read through a long and monotonous blog about how to find the cure to acne, I'm just going to attempt to make this short.

ACNE IS NOT CAUSED BY HOW MUCH JUNK YOU PUT IN YOU! Of course it will contribute in making surviving pimples redder and more visible, but IT WILL NOT CAUSE MORE PIMPLES!

Acne is caused by genetics, and, yup...that's it. People will tell you stuff about how it's caused by dairy or lack of exercise or eating bad food, but really, it's not. I know. I know people who are models. They have skin that glows like the power of 1000 fireflies. It's amazing. Their face is perfection. Beautiful perfection. People say that one cannot achieve perfection, well, I'm pretty sure they achieved it. And I know that models have to have good skin to be models, but these people have amazing skin. One of them, a male model, had skin that had naturally dark contouring and then a lighter color covering his cheeks, chin, and forehead. It's stunning. And one day I asked him if he wore any make-up. None. I even went so close to his face that he probably should

have gotten some kind of restraining order against me. But when I did do it, there was nothing. It was just his skin. And why did he have such skin? Because his mother and father and grandparents and aunts and uncles had all been graced with it before him. He had not been gifted with perfect skin, he had been gifted with perfect genetics. 

Truthfully, there aren't many people who have achieved this kind of loveliness in their skin, but here's the formula to taking the first step:

You will need:

  • Coconut Oil: A great natural moisturizer that is essential when using the following products.
  • Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash Redness Soothing: I have never trusted these types of washes, because I thought they were phony, but this is just perfectly amazing.
  • Solugel w/ 8% Benzoyl Peroxide: I've used Benzoyl Peroxide before, and had a horrible time...until I discovered it was all in the quantity.         

How to use:

Wash with the Neutrogena before going to bed. Do not use in the morning or twice a day because it dries skin quite a bit. You only need about half a pump.

Put Solugel on problem pimples after washing with Neutrogena. It says to put on problem areas, but it too dries quite a bit. Only apply a very thin layer to the pimple. Wash your hands before and after using.

In the morning, wash face with water only to remove Solugel. Then apply small amount of Coconut Oil to dry spots on face.

Easy as that!

 

 

BENEFITS:

Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash contains Salicylic Acid and Benzoyl Peroxide, two powerful ingredients for drying out pimples. It comes with microclear technology to boost the effect.

Solugel has 8% Benzoyl Peroxide, again, aiding in the drying process.

Coconut Oil is all-natural and can be used for many things, including cooking and moisturizing!

WARNING

The instructions posted above are only what I use and recommend. If you feel like you need bigger or smaller amounts, go ahead! If you experience any extreme irritation with these products, go see a doctor to discuss whether you should continue using them. Results take a while, so be patient!

P.S

Although these products greatly improved my face, I still get one or two pimples. In which case I wait for them to become ready to pop, and proceed to pop them and apply a dot of Solugel on afterwards. This is optional. I only do it to speed up the healing process. I use the Sephora double-ended blemish extractor, which I purchased for about 3 bucks. It works great, I just make sure to wash it before and after usage. A word of caution: When applying Solugel during the day, don't go outside if it's sunny! I recommend popping and applying at night. Just make sure to have good light!

 

Here's to clear skin! 

Love, acnedefeater123

Note: I have a very on and off way with the coconut oil. At times it seems to work, at times it does nothing. If you experience any problems with it, you can substitute it with a good moisturizer of your choice. It's up to you.






I'm with you up until the point of coconut oil. Coconut oil will cause breakouts by clogging pores. An oil free moisturizer that has been tested should be used on acned skin. I would also add a moisturizing topical antibiotic gel like clindamycin gel, 1% strength. An oral antibiotic is also crucial. Add keflex or amoxil.

I'm with you up until the point of coconut oil. Coconut oil will cause breakouts by clogging pores. An oil free moisturizer that has been tested should be used on acned skin. I would also add a moisturizing topical antibiotic gel like clindamycin gel, 1% strength. An oral antibiotic is also crucial. Add keflex or amoxil.

Good point, thank you!
But it shouldn't be a problem for some people. Coconut Oil is a comodegenic substance, causing the clogging of pores for some. But it depends entirely on skin type. If your face has large pores that can be clogged with dirt and debris easily, then of course you shouldn't use an oil and instead what you suggested. And these large pores have an even bigger chance of become clogged if exfoliation isn't undergone first, which is why I recommend application after washing.Oily skin is a clue to large pores, so if your skin is oily, don't use it! People with drier skin tend to have smaller pores which are too narrow to secrete the natural oil of the skin. So in this case, using coconut oil is very good! The fatty acids in coconut oil have been shown to be 15 times more effective than Benzoyl Peroxide! It stops acne bacteria from replicating itself! It also soothes redness and has anti-aging antioxidants! It has ferulic acid, which is more effective than vitamin E in reducing the look of dark spots and preventing the skin from growing old. It also repairs UV ray damage!
 Hope this info helped
Love, acnedefeater123

I'm with you up until the point of coconut oil. Coconut oil will cause breakouts by clogging pores. An oil free moisturizer that has been tested should be used on acned skin. I would also add a moisturizing topical antibiotic gel like clindamycin gel, 1% strength. An oral antibiotic is also crucial. Add keflex or amoxil.

Good point, thank you!
But it shouldn't be a problem for some people. Coconut Oil is a comodegenic substance, causing the clogging of pores for some. But it depends entirely on skin type. If your face has large pores that can be clogged with dirt and debris easily, then of course you shouldn't use an oil and instead what you suggested. And these large pores have an even bigger chance of become clogged if exfoliation isn't undergone first, which is why I recommend application after washing.Oily skin is a clue to large pores, so if your skin is oily, don't use it! People with drier skin tend to have smaller pores which are too narrow to secrete the natural oil of the skin. So in this case, using coconut oil is very good! The fatty acids in coconut oil have been shown to be 15 times more effective than Benzoyl Peroxide! It stops acne bacteria from replicating itself! It also soothes redness and has anti-aging antioxidants! It has ferulic acid, which is more effective than vitamin E in reducing the look of dark spots and preventing the skin from growing old. It also repairs UV ray damage!
 Hope this info helped
Love, acnedefeater123

I would imagine that everyone reading this post is prone to acne, so the "some" of which you speak wouldn't include the majority of us. I know even jojoba oil breaks me out, and that is claimed to be extremely non-comedogenic. Vitamin E also breaks me out to high heaven. Vitamin C is a better way to get rid of dark spots, but it can cause a few breakouts here and there as well.

 

With acne it's always a double-edged sword, we just have to be extremely careful and use only the most sensitive of products on our sensitive skin.

 

There are a lot of natural antiseptics, and Manuka honey is my ultimate favorite. Good as a spot treatment overnight (if you're willing to sleep with a towel over your pillow and get a little sticky :P).

 

I hope the best for you and your skin!!

 

I'm with you up until the point of coconut oil. Coconut oil will cause breakouts by clogging pores. An oil free moisturizer that has been tested should be used on acned skin. I would also add a moisturizing topical antibiotic gel like clindamycin gel, 1% strength. An oral antibiotic is also crucial. Add keflex or amoxil.

Good point, thank you!
But it shouldn't be a problem for some people. Coconut Oil is a comodegenic substance, causing the clogging of pores for some. But it depends entirely on skin type. If your face has large pores that can be clogged with dirt and debris easily, then of course you shouldn't use an oil and instead what you suggested. And these large pores have an even bigger chance of become clogged if exfoliation isn't undergone first, which is why I recommend application after washing.Oily skin is a clue to large pores, so if your skin is oily, don't use it! People with drier skin tend to have smaller pores which are too narrow to secrete the natural oil of the skin. So in this case, using coconut oil is very good! The fatty acids in coconut oil have been shown to be 15 times more effective than Benzoyl Peroxide! It stops acne bacteria from replicating itself! It also soothes redness and has anti-aging antioxidants! It has ferulic acid, which is more effective than vitamin E in reducing the look of dark spots and preventing the skin from growing old. It also repairs UV ray damage!
 Hope this info helped
Love, acnedefeater123

I would imagine that everyone reading this post is prone to acne, so the "some" of which you speak wouldn't include the majority of us. I know even jojoba oil breaks me out, and that is claimed to be extremely non-comedogenic. Vitamin E also breaks me out to high heaven. Vitamin C is a better way to get rid of dark spots, but it can cause a few breakouts here and there as well.

 

With acne it's always a double-edged sword, we just have to be extremely careful and use only the most sensitive of products on our sensitive skin.

 

There are a lot of natural antiseptics, and Manuka honey is my ultimate favorite. Good as a spot treatment overnight (if you're willing to sleep with a towel over your pillow and get a little sticky tongue.png).

 

I hope the best for you and your skin!!

Thank you for commenting! I've heard of this manuka honey... I'd like to get more research on it. What makes it different from regular honey?? And about the "some" that I was speaking of...like I mentioned before, pore size is key. I have acne-prone skin and the coconut oil works just fine. I also have dry skin, so it's great! You have to understand and be careful of the fact that you are putting oil on your face, is all. I just wouldn't recommend this for people with oily skin and large pores. (If they had oily skin they wouldn't be using coconut oil in the first place). XD For people who don't like coconut oil, they can just follow the regimen without it!

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