Types of Acne and How to Remove Them

There are many types of acne out there that you can organize them by, but in this article I’m going to write some basic ones. There mainly three different types of acne.

The first type of acne is:

  • White Heads

The most common form of acne and it’s the most commonly found acne on the face. It looks exactly the way its sounds. It’s white in appearance which keeps the oil and dead skin cells inside from being exposed to the oxygen ad this type of acne there’s no redness and no swelling. It is a form of acne resulting from the accumulation of germs, oil, dust and that’s themselves.

  • Papules

When sebum, bacteria and death skin cells under the skin has cause inflammation so papules will appear as very small bumps on your face so the bumps reveal no visible pores but it will seem as its close, very surrounded by skin inflammation.

  • Pustules

You will notice that type of acne usually when red bumps appear with in the center it’s white and yellowish which like the pus is about to out. They may be really painful when you touch it but don’t touch it and don’t pop it. It surely gets tempting but if you do that it might lead to other break outs or really bad scars.

So now I wrote about the common types of acne and now let’s get in to the treatment. It really important to know the proper way how to treat each type of acne so that you won’t get any future breakouts or scarring.

So I am going to write down about how to get rid of whiteheads.

  • How to Remove Whiteheads

This never goes away naturally so it’s really important that you remove them but if you remove them the wrong way, it can lead and it can develop into pustules. So, you have to do it the proper way.

What you need are, clean hands, Eolswab, Comedone remover and pimple patch.

  1. First Step

Sanitize both ends of the remover using the alcohol swab.

  1. Second Step

Sanitize the area of whiteheads with a clean alcohol swab.

  1. Third Step

Pop the whiteheads using the sharp end of the remover.

  1. Fourth Step

Squeeze out the whitehead using the hoop end of the remover.

  1. Fifth Step

Put a pimple patch on top of the parts you have squeezed.

*this will prevents the parts from infection.

  • How to Remove Papules

It’s really hard to extract papules and if you treat them the wrong way or if you touch them the wrong way it can aggravate the infection so it is very important to treat it properly or you have to wait it reached the point where you can pop a papules. If papules are at the beginning stage, here some tips to avoid them.

All you need is pinky powder and some cotton swabs and the key point is that do not shake the bottle. If you did then wait until the powder sinks.

  1. Step

Open it and put cotton swab in it and get the powder underneath and you’ll see this pink powder and put it on the pimple.

*I suggest that to apply pink powder at the last stage of your skin care at night.

  • How to Remove Pustules

It is the reddish one with the yellow or whitish puss in the right in the middle.  If you treat it in the wrong way then the puss can actually go deeper in to your skin and it can leave a really bad scar.

What you need is, Eolswab, Comedone remover, pimple patch, and Klairs Midnight Blue Calming Cream.

  1. Step One

Open the Eolswab and sanitize the both ends of the remover using the swab.

  1. Step Two

Pop the pustules using the sharp end of the remover.

  1. Step Third

Squeeze out the pus using the hoop end of the remover.

*first a lot of yellowish pus going to come out and blood will come out too but keep pressing until the after all the blood and after all the pus, you’re going to actually see a very clear water liquid that comes out.

  1. Step Fourth

Sanitize the part using the clean Eolswab gently press down and make sure that it dries.

  1. Step Fifth

Apple the pimple patch to protect the part from infection and leave it foe the 12 hours.

  1. Step Sixth

When the patch swallows in to white, remove the patch.

  1. Step Seventh

Apply the blue cream on to the spot.

*apply as often as possible to reduce the redness and reproduce skin cells.

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