Hello Dear. Treatment at home can help reduce acne
• Wash your face (or other affected skin) gently one or two times a day.
• Do not squeeze pimples, because that often leads to infections, worse acne, and scars
• Use a moisturizer to keep your skin from drying out. Choose one that says "noncomedogenic" on the label.
• Use over-the-counter medicated creams, soaps, lotions, and gels to treat your acne. Always read the label carefully to make sure you are using the product correctly.
Examples of some over-the-counter products used to treat acne include:
• Benzoyl peroxide
(such as Brevoxyl or Triaz), which unplugs pores.
• Alpha hydroxy acid
, which dries up blemishes and causes the top skin layer to peel. You'll find alpha hydroxy acid in some moisturizers, cleansers, eye creams, and sunscreens.
• Salicylic acid
(such as Propa pH or Stridex), which dries up blemishes and causes the top skin layer to peel.
• Tea tree oil, which kills bacteria. You'll find tea tree oil in some gels, creams, and oils.
with regards- Dr Sanjay Kini