The Ultimate Survival Guide for Adult Acne [Candy Dish]

I always believed that my skin would clear up by the time I hit 20. I wasn’t a teenager anymore, and I was convinced that being an adult would take away my zits. And oh how wrong I was! Around the age of 22, I started getting what my dermatologist called “adult acne”. Ugh, what a horrible thing. Stress, food, and just plain bad luck all can be huge causes for why we have bad skin in college. Thanks to College Fashion, it’s clearer to me how and why my skin looks the way it does!

Check out the acne survival guide here!

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    2. Shanthi says:

      So I have adult acne as well and it's a pain in the behind! Birth control can actually do wonders on your skin if your acne is mostly due to a hormonal imbalance! Also, I don't know how sensitive your skin is but I use Clean & Clear's 10% Benzoyl Peroxide Acne Wash. If your skin is pretty sensitive, then you don't necessarily need to wash your face with it everyday, but you can try using it as a spot treatment! It works really well for me. I also use Neutrogena's Acne Stress Control wash which is amazing! After using any acne wash, I have noticed you really need to moisturize and make sure the moisturizer is oil-free!

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    5. The best way in treating pimples and acne is to use benzoyl peroxide 5% gel (available at your local drug store) to the involved areas at night and NeoStrata alpha hydroxyacid in the morning (without using prescription medication). Some people are allergic to benzoyl peroxide. A product named Tend Skin is an effective acne treatment. Another advice is to wash your face twice a day with a mild non-soap cleanser. Do not pick or squeeze your pimples, as it can leave scars. Acne surgery can be done using sterile instruments to remove blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples.

      Hope this helps you! Good Luck!

      1. Lisa J says:

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