Welcome to Healthcare Magic,
It seems from your probelm that you are suffering from "nodular acne" with scar.
Before explaining or suggesting anything else, let me explain you some thing in brief about acne/pimples
Acne or pimples generally starts appearing at the age of 13-14 years (that means by the start of our teenage). In most of the cases it almost vanishes by the age of 25 years.
This is basically due to hormones (chemicals which are influencing one or other body functions) in addition to the influence of certain other factors causing its aggravation.
Regarding pimples especially, the hormone testosterone
plays the most important role in high oil secretion and increase the size of oil glands. As the pores or ducts of the glands are blocked so it leads to formation of pimples in the from of black heads, white heads and bumps which later on heals with marks, pigmentation and scars
There are certain other factors such as application of oily or creamy products, moisturizers, over exposure to sunlight, heat and humidity or due to pinching, popping and squeezing of the pimples also leads to further aggravation of pimples. Once these are healing they leave the most problematic thing which are either marks or scars.
There are certain suggestions which you can follow:
1. Do not pinch, pop or squeeze any area on face.
2. Do not apply any creamy or oily stuff or moisturizers or any other cosmetics over face. As all these above mentioned things can actually block your pores leading to further pimple formation.
3. Try to avoid any home remedies
suggested by your friends or family members or otherwise self implicated therapies also.
4. Try avoiding situations of direct continuous exposure to sunlight or heat and humidity for long hours.
5. Kindly do not use any antibiotic as self medication
For your kind of probelm it is better to consult a dermatologist
for the best guidance.
Hope to have provided the helpful informations regarding your problem.
With good health wishes"
Dr Sanjay Kumar Kanodia
MD (Dermatology & STD/Venereology)