Skin Imperfections

We all want to have a beautiful skin without any “imperfections” (this beautiful word is an euphemism not to call a thing by its name). Because what’s that exactly that we don’t all want? Pimples, pustules, papules, discolorations, blackheads, whiteheads, acne, visible capillaries, dehydration, wrinkles, scaly skin, enlarged pores, excess sebum,unhealthy complexion. This is a long list, and probably not complete yet. There would be more “imperfections” that we have to fight against in order to look good. What’s my point? That there’s something for everyone, if not already, then in a while. Everyone has their own imperfections, which sooner or later they will have to deal with.

Do find out how to quickly and effectively cure your skin problems!

It all happens for different reasons. Of course, internal and here I must mention the health of the whole organism, which depends on so many factors that you can spend your life writing articles about it and you will not run out of topic anyway. There are also external reasons and there are many of them. To sum up, our skin is constantly bombarded with many factors from which it has to defend us. The skin is not only the largest organ of our body, but also our protective clothing against the evil of this world.

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The skin of the face, the complexion, and the skin of other parts of the body that are in a view, affects our social life. It shapes our social image. It influences our mood. It’s worsened condition, visible “imperfections” can even cause deep depression. They can take away our personality, desire for social interaction, lower our self-esteem, take away our will to leave home or even live. And now let’s answer the question: why to grow complexes because of the skin? Why are there so many people who still can’t cope with these problems?

What is a way to a beautiful skin?

Because many people think that cosmetics will help them with all of these problems. And I warn you, usually a cosmetic is like a dietary supplement, it can help to keep you healthy, but it certainly will not cure the “disease”.

How to cure skin infections?

Today I’ll focus on infections. You have to be aware that if we have pustules on our skin, it’s an infection. It can be both a bacterial and viral infection (or possibly an allergic reaction, but this is a different topic and about this in the next post). This all requires an appropriate reaction from us! First of all, it means that our skin has lost its immunity and has given up to microorganisms that are theoretically always on it. Simply the bad ones have multiplied and dominated the good ones, which are supposed to protect us. Secondly, we must use a targeted cure and do the right thing, not wander in the dark.

Effective pimples treatment!

If we already got the infection that is what we have to do. We’re doing everything we can to prevent the spread of the infection, that is:

  • use disposable paper towels to dry infected areas,
  • do not use any care tools that could spread the infection, i.e. we put aside brushes, sponges, rollers, peeling and massage equipment,
  • during a cleansing routine, touch the infected part of the skin at the end and after each such contact either wash your hands with antibacterial soap or take your disposable gloves off,
  • if you use a cotton swab, you throw it away when it touches an infected area,
  • change your pillowcase everyday and wash it in high temperature, preferably in antibacterial powder,
  • use a targeted cure.

Cures for skin infections

There are no only prescription drugs under the word “cure”. If skin changes are not extensive, I recommend always starting with those natural solutions, of which tea tree oil is the most effective.

If we’re infected by a bactera, we can fight it with antibiotics. Let’s try it on the outside first. If the problems are not extensive, antibiotic ointments without prescription such as tribiotic or maxibiotic are available in pharmacies. If the lesions are extensive, I advise you to go to the nearest microbiology laboratory, take a smear from the lesion, wait (using the appropriate prevention described above) and with the result, go to the doctor for a targeted external or internal antibiotic.

In such cases, you can also use pharmacy ointments like sudocrem (with benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, lanolin and zinc oxide), ichthyol ointment (with ammonium sulphobituminate) and tormentiol ointment (with extract from the rhizome of the oven). The last one has a has aso a beige, slightly masking colour and I really like the smell of it.

If we habe been infected by a virus, the procedure is similar. If the changes are small, we use antiviral ointments commonly known as herpes ointments. However, if this does not help, we have a bigger problem, we have to focus on increasing the body’s immunity. There is no drug for viruses like antibiotics for bacteria.

But how do we know what type of infection we have? How do you know the cause of a skin infection?

If, in your opinion, the infection is not serious enough to consult it a doctor and you are treating yourself, then follow my advice and observe the reaction of skin lesions to the applied medication. If it is properly chosen, the healing reaction, should take place immediately, e.g. after night, after 2-3 days at the most. If nothing happens or the change deteriorates, try another solution. If all the ways fail, then it is no longer worth postponing the visit to a dermatologist.

What if you have a tendency to recurrent skin infections?

Peel it often! Avoid granular scrubs, which spread the micro-organisms, choose enzymatic or acidic peeling. Often infections are a secondary symptom of skin keratosis disorders. The skin does not exfoliate properly by itself, the outer layer of the epidermis becomes an airtight barrier preventing the skin from excreting impurities that stop in pores. This in turn provides a basis for the multiplication of viruses and bacteria.

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