Pimple Treatment

pimple treatmentWhether you are a man or a woman, you surely must have experienced acne at some point in your life. Pimples and acne are usually associated with adolescents. Their raging hormones make them the prime target for these uncomely signs of youth on their faces. Unfortunately, this problem of acne and pimples is not only contained to adolescence. In fact, a lot of people are plagued by them all through their lives. Worse still, you may not only have them on your face but the rest of your body as well.


What is Acne?

Acne is a condition of the skin. It occurs when the hair follicles in the skin become plugged by the naturally occurring sebum and dirt. Since these hair follicles are usually in higher numbers on your face, neck, chest and back, most people experience acne in these areas. Acne is not only ungainly, iy is also persistent – often annoyingly so. Acne and pimples not only make the appearance of your skin much less desirable, but may also leave behind ugly scars. If your skin and your acne itches, you will have no choice but to scratch them. Often, this could scratch your pimples and leave behind blemishes and scars which heal slowly or may not heal at all.

Sometimes, pimples may be infectious too. If you scratch them too vigorously, pimples may begin to appear on surrounding skin as well. Though you may not think it possible, but pimples may leave both physical and emotional damage. They mar the beauty of your skin and also make you extremely self conscious. Ask a young girl or a boy suffering from persistent pimples and they will tell you how their problem has been affecting their self esteem.

Are There Any Symptoms of Pimples?

The biggest tell tale signs of pimples is the redness of skin and the formation of nodules. Whiteheads and blackheads on the skin are usually warning signs of the impending pimples. Both whiteheads and blackheads are formed due to the plugging of the skin’s pores by dirt and sebum. So if you have a concentration of these on your skin, it is time to begin with the remediation.

Some of the other symptoms of pimples and acne are the formation of pustules, papules, nodules and cysts on the skin. If not treated in time, these may grow into full blown boils – which are extremely painful and unsightly. They may even be infective.

So How Do You Deal With Pimples on Face?

The easiest way to deal with pimples is to keep your face clean. However, with the growing pollution in the air and our increasingly busy lifestyles, it is not always possible to keep your skin clean and fresh at all times. If you are working outdoors, for instance, and do not have any products or facilities to keep washing and cleaning your skin, you would end up with skin problems. Sun damage and fatty and fried foods – both of which are common in our existing lifestyles, are also contributing factors to pimples.

The best pimple treatment is prevention. Some small lifestyle changes can help you get rid of pimples permanently. Start off with eating health foods and drinking lots of water to flush out toxins from your body and reduce toxin buildup. Additionally, you should also try out herbal treatment for pimples which utilizes natural herbs and ingredients to treat your acne and pimple problems.

However, if you are a teenager and are struggling with your raging hormones, then the only medicine for pimples is that which can bring your hormones back into balance. It is a commonly believed notion that pimples in teenagers cannot be treated. Though teenagers are more prone to them, pimples in teenagers are as treatable as pimples in men and women of any other age.

There are medicine for pimples available commercially, but these may have some side effects which you did not bargain for. So before you begin taking any over the counter creams, lotions and pills that claim to address acne and pimple problem, make sure that you consult your doctor first. Medications and their chemical agents may disturb your hormonal production, hampering your development and growth at this crucial growth period of your life.

Can Home Remedies Help?

Though there is no scientific data to back the claims made by home remedies, they do present an advantage. Home remedies are completely natural and therefore will either not work at all on your skin, or have some advantage to it. Since they are natural, they would never harm your skin as other chemical cosmetics would. Simply put, there is no harm in trying natural ingredients and home remedies because they would never harm you. The worst that you can expect from them is that they may not be able to help with your acne problem. Most of these home remedies can be safely used even on very sensitive skin.

So How to Cure Pimples?

There is a simple way of dealing with your pimples and acne problem. Ayurvedic Expert has come up with a revolutionary treatment package to deal with pimples, acne and pustules on your skin. This pimple treatment is 100% natural, with carefully selected herbal ingredients to create a blend that can fight skin problems and keep pimples and acne at bay. The supplement purifies your blood and helps remove any toxins that may promote acne and pimple formation on any part of your skin. The supplement also contains natural ingredients which can kill off acne and pimple causing bacteria from your blood.

All you have to do is to use this treatment package for a minimum of 2 months. If you have very severe acne, you can safely continue using the product for more than 2 months. If you have any questions and clarifications to make, you can contact our helpline and in house medical practitioners, who would be happy to give you all the clarifications and guidance you need. Ayurvedic Expert’s Anti Acne package is certainly the best and safest pimple treatment available out there.


About Dr. Saleem Zaidi

Dr Zaidi is an Ayurveda and Unani medicine expert. He is the medical director at Rajshahi Healthcare and chief online consultant at Ayurvedic Expert. He has been studying, writing and speaking out about the effects of herbal medicines on various diseases for over ten years. Please click here for a one on one consultation with Dr Zaidi.