Nodular acne is a type of acne that breaks out on the face, the chest, and neck. often appears on the skin with white pus and it is usually very hard unlike regular acne.
Nodular Acne is usually irritating to behold. Without exaggerations, no matter how beautiful chiic is, the real chiic in her is usually marred with the appearance of red lesioned spots on her face, chest, and back.
Do you have someone suffering from nodular acne or you are actually suffering from nodular acne and cannot wait to get rid of it? Simply adhere strictly to the following tips below on how to get rid of it and you would be glad you did:
1. Avoid Stress
A study has shown that stress triggers the release of corticotropin hormone which triggers the release of oil in the body. Therefore, if you want to get rid of nodular acne, try as much as possible to avoid stressing yourself out.
Detoxification is highly recommended for you or anyone else battling nodular acne. Helps you to open up clogged pores in the body and thereby reduces the accumulation of oil which will eventually result in the breakout of nodular acne.
3. Shun Fatty Foods
Nodular acne thrives more when there is enough fat. Therefore, if anyone is serious about getting rid of nodular acne, such a person should avoid oily/fatty foods such as mayonnaise, nuts, junk foods, etc.
4. Discover Your Skin Type
There is a great need for you to understand your skin type and put it into consideration before purchasing your cosmetics.
5. Stop Wearing Long Synthetic Hair
Sometimes, long synthetic hair causes irritation. It could cause an itching face and redness of the face. Therefore, anyone suffering from nodular acne should endeavor not to wear long synthetic hair because its chemical composition could trigger more breakouts of the nodular acne on her face.
6. Stop Wearing Makeup To Bed
Nodular acne can be triggered by wearing makeup to bed. The chemical composition of all the makeup items used should be washed off the face, do not feel lazy to wear them to sleep. It is highly dangerous as it would increase breakouts on the face.
7. Know Your Allergies
Overcoming nodular acne requires you to know your allergies. Try to understand your body system, it is expedient for you to know those things you react to. Let me give you an instance, each time I eat nuts, I experience a breakout under 24 hours. Weird? Well, as weird as that might sound, I battled with blackheads, breakouts, and oily faces for years even though I was already in my 30s. I eventually discovered I was allergic to nuts, so I stopped. Now, I can flaunt my naturally beautiful face without any form of hesitancy. So, I implore you to know your allergies so as to help in the process of healing and curing nodular acne.
8. Avoid Popping
Popping the nodular acne on your face, chest, or back will rather increase its spread and cause black spots. Avoid popping it so as for the affected part of the body not to even become achy.
9. Apply Apple Cider Vinegar
The application of apple cider vinegar to the affected parts of the body will help in the reduction of the spread and also help with the oil control of the body.
10. Ensure Personal Effects Are Personal
For the things tagged ‘personal effects’, let them remain personal effects because you never can tell who has what kind of skin disease readily. Therefore, sharing your personal effects such as face towels, powder puff, etc., will only aggravate the occurrence of nodular acne on your body. Your firmness in not sharing your personal effects with your friends does not make you unfriendly, unkind, or mean, rather; you are being self-protective.
11. Wash Your Body With Warm Water
Avoid bathing or showering with cold water once you are suffering from it. This will help in opening up your clogged pores and thereby reducing breakouts.
12. Drink Adequate Water
Ensure you drink enough water daily. Do not wait until you are thirsty before drinking water. It will also help with the rejuvenation of your body and prevent breakouts.
13. Apply Over-The-Counter (OTC) Treatments
You can buy some acne treatment oils over-the-counter, however, it is usually stubborn to treat this is simply because it affects the under layers of the skin, so when OTCs are not doing the magic, simply pay a dermatologist a visit.