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How to get rid of acne pimples?

hai am a student i have acne pimples on my face it leaves a scar like pigmentation how to get rid of these ?pixel laser treatment can useful for this problem?
Asked On : Tue, 11 Jan 2011
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Hi! anusha,
Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum,

pimples have become a life style disease & a disease of metropolitan cities...we hardly see them in villages.But can also be because of hormonal disturbances in our body,esp if it increases 2 days prior to periods.Never use a moisturizing cream on face.Avoid using oily soaps too.Use specific anti acne soap like acnelak or dermadew acne soap twice a day.Use nadibact cream over pimples in day time and adaferin at night.This might help you a lot.Now a days there are very good tablets available for pimples but should be taken under dermatologists supervision only.They can be either azithromycin or isotretinoin tab .Hormonal pimples can be treated with oral contraceptive pills .They are very effective and safe.All these needs blood test before taking them.Along with this u need to take 10-12 glasses of water per day & a good sleep. For scars pixel id good,you need to treat your acne first and then go for scar treatment.You can also go for chemical peels which would work both for pimples and pigmented lesions on face.
Take care,
Answered: Thu, 13 Jan 2011
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