Acne Rosacea

Acne Rosacea can look similar to the aforementioned acne vulgaris, and the two types of acne are sometimes confused for one another.


Rosacea affects millions of people, most of whom those who are over the age of 30. It appears as a red rash which is normally confined to the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin. The redness is often accompanied by bumps, pimples, and skin blemishes. Blood vessels may also become more visible on the skin. Blackheads are not a part of rosacea. It is more prevalent in women, but often more severe when found in men. Left untreated, it can cause swelling of the nose and the growth of excess tissue, a condition called rhinophyma. Treatment is often different for rosacea than for acne, and it is important that you consult a doctor can determine if what you are experiencing is acne vulgaris or rosacea.


Nodulocystic acne

Nodulocystic acne is also known as Cystic acne, it is a severe form of acne wherein acne develops into small cysts. Acne cysts are not true cysts in the sense that they are not abnormal dilations of skin structure, but rather nodules of inflammation. Although not uncommon, it is rarer than other types of acne. Like other forms, it is caused by an excess buildup of sebum in the pores and, contrary to popular belief, is not caused by, nor is it affected by, hygiene or the lack thereof. A common treatment for cystic acne is isotretinoin, which cures most acne in about 90% of patients.
Cystic acne can affect the face, chest, back, shoulders and, occasionally, upper arms. Like pimples, which are more common, cysts are usually filled with a white pus-like substance. They are usually several millimeters in diameter, and can be quite painful.


If cystic acne is not treated early on, especially with antibiotics along with a topical cream, some degree of scarring will occur.


This can be quite severe depending on the case. Although many scars can be treated, scars on the body often do not respond as well as those on the face. In most cases, it is unlikely that all scars can be removed.

Blackheads 2

Don’t Scrub your Face if u r having blackheads.The best way to prevent breakouts is by keeping the skin clean. Many a figures shows that the harder they scrub their face, the cleaner their skin will be, but scrubbing your face won’t make it any cleaner, all scrubbing will do is irritate your skin and aggravate your acne. Instead, gently wash your face.



If you do get a blackhead, don’t squeeze it. You’re just depositing oil from your fingers on your face and spreading it around; many times it seems almost impossible not to squeeze the blackheads that have popped up on your chin, nose, or forehead. Squeezing blackheads, whiteheads and pimples will only irritate or inflame them, and they will end up looking and feeling worse than they already do. Squeezing blackheads can also leave a scar or dark mark behind.