Cure for Cystic Acne

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Severe cystic acne and nodules are pimples on steroids. Unfortunately, cystic acne are the most difficult acne to cure. Many companies come up with cystic acne treatment products that offer false promises almost all topical treatments for cystic acne do not work. I've tried many of them, yielding further infection to no results. Here's why.

Cystic acne are acne deep into the skin. Contents of cystic acne include puss, sebum, and tons of bacteria. If treated incorrectly or slowly, cystic acne may lead to deep scars in the face. There are a few proven cystic acne treatments that do work, but none of these are topical cream treatments. A good cystic acne treatment is one that kills the bacteria to prevent further inflammation, stop the accumulation of sebum, and keep the pores clean so the sebum can come out. This cannot be done with ordinary herbs and benzyl peroxide. There are very few products that do anything for cystic acne don't waste your money.

The fastest temporary way to get rid of a cyst is to allow your Dermatologist to pop it. They take a few sets of instruments to open the cyst, clean out all the puss, so the cystic acne becomes flat. Normally, they make up to three holes into the skin to clean out the cystic acne this is a very painful procedure. After, the Dermatologist gives you medication to prevent infection. From here, it takes about two weeks to a month for the wound to heal.

Do not pop the cyst yourself unless you are trained to do it. Attempting to pop a cyst at home usually is impossible. You need a large hole in order to get all the contents of the cyst out at once. By popping the cyst, you will only get a small bit of puss out of the cystic acne, and you will need to pop the cyst multiple times to get everything out. When you attempt to pop the cyst on your own, the cyst usually doubles in size, leading to further infection. This leads to a higher probability of scarring.

Accutane is the top treatment today for curing cystic acne, and acne altogether. It has a success rate of over fifty percent. Accutane does three things:

1. Reduce inflammation in the acne (kills off the bacteria)
2. Reduces the production of sebum, reduces/stops the sebaceous glands from working
3. Decreases the buildup of cells which leads to the formation of whiteheads

By satisfying all three requirements, Accutane could cure severe acne over the period of six months. Blood samples must be taken each month, since this is a severe treatment and may cause internal damages, especially to the liver. Your Dermatologist may ask you to stop taking this treatment if severe side-effects occur. Despite the many risks Accutane poses, most people ignore them and take this treatment anyway because it is so effective.

Unfortunately, I wasn't one of the successful people who took Accutane, so I had to look into other treatments to cure my cystic acne. I ended up looking into many other cystic acne treatments, and the first treatments I looked into were topical treatments. They made my cystic acne worse. It wasn't just me almost everybody with cystic acne who took these creams and natural cures, including herbs and special foreign medicines, had absolutely no success. Cystic acne are tough; applying acids and bases to the cyst does nothing.

A good acne treatment consists of three parts:

1. Prevents pores from getting clogged
2. Kills off bacteria so inflammation cannot occur
3. Reduces the amount of sebum (oil) being produced by the sebaceous glands

With these three factors treated, acne cannot form. Do to the severity of cystic acne, additional factors must be considered to treating and preventing the formation of cystic acne permanently. I, and many others have seen success with curing cystic acne by killing off 99.9% of the bacteria that causes inflammation in acne.

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