Edited by SammyK458, 31 March 2014 - 11:18 PM.
Acne Cyst For Over Three Years. What To Do?cystic acne cyst how get rid pimple
Posted 31 March 2014 - 11:17 PM
Posted 01 April 2014 - 06:05 AM
I would say to address recurring cysts to either get a cortisone shot or to have them professionally excised. Please discuss w/ a derm.
Morning: Cetaphil cleanser, apply Sodium sulfacetamide
Evening: Cetaphil cleanser, apply differin, wait 1/2 hr, apply aczone as spot treatment.
Not overally exciting w/ the results
Also Has Seb Derm and been using Oxistat in beard area in the mornings. Same, nothing special about the results
Posted 01 April 2014 - 06:27 AM
From what I know about cysts I think that when you get a pretty big one that is deep under the skin it is enclosed almost like it is in a sack. Even when the inflammation goes down the sack tends to remain along with some scar tissue, if it has been there for a while, this makes it easy for the empty sack to get re infected and really the only way to remove completely is to have the sack that held the cyst taken out, but even then I have heard of people having recurring cysts. This all sounds quite dramatic and having surgery isn't the only option, in fact it's the last option. I had a bad cystic outbreak about a year a go, I had one cyst that would not budge for months and ended up creating smaller cysts near by that seemed to be connected (my dermatologist says that this is a sinus tract and it is the same sort of thing, it remain when the inflammation is gone). It honestly took about six months for the inflammation to go down and then I could still feel lumps under my skin when I washed my face. My dermatologist said that this was likely the sack left over or some scar tissue. Since then I have been using differin once a day and got my acne under control, gradually the lumps I can feel under my skin have gone away, the dermatologist did say that the scar tissue or sack can dissolve in time on its own or basically reduce to nothing, which I hope is what has happened in my case. Sorry this was so long winded, what I'm trying to say is, your not alone, it's quite common and if I was you I would find a regimen to get your breakouts under control and with time the cyst and anything it leaves behind should settle down. I do think that a retinoid can help, I use differin which is very mild but it clears our your pores are helps to resurface your skin, so there is less chance of your pores becoming blocked and the cysts flaring up again, it also helps with the texture and any raised scar that the cyst might leave behind. Once the cysts is no longer infected, massage is a great technique to help with any raised scar or if you still find it has left a bit of a lump. I hope this help...don't worry it will get better
Cleanse: Boots No 7 Cream Cleanser for Normal/Dry Skin ( removing with some warm water and a tissue) or Priori Gentle AHA Cleanser (every few days)
Moisturise: Aveene light moisturising lotion (oil free) spf 20
Topicals: Vitage protect and perfect serum, after I moisturise now that it's coming into fall and winter
Cleanse: Boots No 7 Cream Cleanser for Normal/Dry Skin (remove with some warm water and a tissue or a damp warm wash cloth for days when I'm wearing a lot of make up) or Priori AHA Gentle Cleanser. Sometimes I will double cleanse with my cream cleanse then aha milk cleanser maybe twice a week
Moisturise: E45 cream or liz earl gentle moisturiser
Topicals: Differn 0.1% before or after moisturiser
Bliss aha mask once a week/every two weeks
Oral medication: Dianette BCP now Cilest
Supplements: Altrient B multi B vitamin lipo soluble gel formula, mix one a day with water
Current make up: Charlotte Tilbury light wonder foundation in fair 3, NARS creamy concealer, Dollish CC cream for days when I don't want to wear foundation and Jane Iredale mineral powder to finish. For some colour I use tea to tan By Terry, it's water base tint to give me some colour and various cream and powder blushes (love my blushes) currently loving Charlotte Tilbury beach sticks, lovely cream blush and bronze highlighters.
Tools: Sigma F80 Kabuki for foundation or Real Techniques beauty blender and pretty much every other real techniques for the rest of my make up
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