Application of STREPTOkill in acne
Spray Streptokill into a small glass, soak a cotton swab or cloth in it, and rub the acne gently. Application of Streptokill by oral spray applicator directly to acne is not recommended to avoid contact with the eyes. If that happens, rinse the eyes with fresh water.
The frequency of application is not limited in any way, so simply said, the more frequent the application, the sooner you will get better results.
What is acne
It is the most common disease of the skin concerning hair follicles and sebaceous glands and their subsequent inflammation. It is recognized by a variety of pimples and boils.
Acne affects both men and women (it tends to have more drastic symptoms in men). It generally affects areas with higher concentrations of sebaceous glands, such as the face, shoulders, upper chest and back. Acne can also occur in very young people. Most acne disappears with the end of puberty, but sometimes it persists and worsens in adulthood.
Acne is associated with adolescence, when the body goes through major hormonal changes. Aside from this, the most frequent cause is the increase of androgens (male hormones), for example Testosterone.
There are many types of acne, primarily sorted according to the circumstances under which it occurs. These include pre-menstrual acne, child acne, acne associated with the use of doping methods in sports and bodybuilding. Excessive sun exposure or as a result of medication use. Also from mechanical skin irritation. Furthermore, professional acne can occur in individuals who come into repetitive contact with certain type of chemicals or substances.
How to treat acne
Most people with mild acne can treat themselves with over-the-counter drugs or medications. They come in the form of gels, creams, lotions and other antiseptic and cleansing products containing active ingredients such as benzoic peroxide.
In severe cases, prescription medications are often used. It is a treatment by antibiotics.
Erythromycin or clindamycin play the main role in treatment.
Some other treatments include:
- benzoic peroxide
- azelain acid
- retinoid (vitamin A)
Supplemental techniques for treating acne include:
- laser treatment
- solar light
- chemical peeling -cryotherapy
It is good to avoid humid places, such as saunas, or holidays in tropical areas, or even work in unventilated kitchens.
Quit smoking because nicotine has a proven affect on acne development, do not squeeze or scratch pimples, limit the use of oil or other cosmetics in the affected area. Do not use any abrasive products or procedures.
Healthy diet is in place (reducing the supply of protein, dairy products and increasing the consumption of vegetables and fruits.
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