ortonorm best way to remove acne or pimples?
Fortunately for me, I never got it much, except during the height of puberty when I was maybe 12. For the most part, there is nothing you can do about acne; it's genetic. There is no sure-fire cure for it. All people react differently to acne treatments, some folks find a relationship between acne and their eating habits or sleeping with their face against the pillow etc. Know your body and avoid the things that cause acne.
For me, the best treatment is prevention. I follow a routine everyday and it has worked quite well for me. It may not work for you, as all people are different, but it could be worth a shot.
1) NEVER sleep with your face against the pillow; always sleep with your head straight keep the blanket from touching your face.
2) Avoid touching your skin as much as possible; when you feel you need to, wash your hands first with HOT water.
3) Don't eat greasy food often, and when you do, make sure the grease doesn't touch your face, put the food directly in your mouth to avoid this. Then wash your hands and finger tips extremely well and wipe and grease from around your lips.
4) Drink lots of water.
5) Wash or rinse (don't over-wash, as soap can dry out your skin and cause more acne) your face twice a day with warm to hot water.
Acne "treatments" and washes are pointless for the most part, as they have mixed results for everyone. They aren't vital, but if you feel you need one, I'd suggest purchasing a basic acne face wash--whichever one works for you. I use this
one, which is rather expensive. Another highly recommended treatment if you insist on using a treatment is the sulfur masks. I've found that these work very well at cleansing your skin. And the advantage is that they are more economical--as they can easily last you a year, and they work great. Try using a sulfur mask once a week. And I highly recommend you was your face with your selected acne face-wash immediately after using the sulfur mask. Remember to use warm water, the hotter the better, this opens up your pores and allows the treatments to actually penetrate.