Skin Care Buffalo, NY

What to Know About Pimple Care

If there’s one thing to know about acne it’s that it can feel like it’s plaguing your life. Whether you have chronic adult acne or if you just suffer from some hormonal acne about once a month, then this article is definitely for you. Before you go back to your old habits and start popping your pimples like it’s nobody’s business, take a closer look at these tips from Dr. Jack Bertolino.

Hand Over the Torch

You may consider yourself to be a pimple popping professional but before you add that status to your LinkedIn page, hand over the torch to our staff. Because Dr. Bertolino and his staff have actual professional experience extracting pimples, it’s safe to say that we know what we are doing and that when we do it, you are less likely to have scarring or more breakouts afterward.

Clean Up After Yourself

If you’re going to pop your pimples— no matter how much we tell you not to— make sure you at least clean up after yourself. As soon as you pop a pimple, bacteria can spread to the skin surrounding it which can lead to further breakouts. Use either rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, or some facial astringent afterward to ensure that the bacteria doesn’t spread.

Get Treatment

If you feel like your acne is getting out of hand, then it’s time to come into our office for a consultation. During your consultation, Dr. Bertolino will take a closer look at the type of acne that you have and will then discuss our OmniLux, DermWorx, or clearConcept treatments with you.

Leave the popping up to your popcorn and skip the pimple popping altogether. Use the tips in this article to help you manage your pimples and get one step closer to a clearer complexion. To learn more, schedule a consultation at our Williamsville office and call us at  (716) 633-6100.

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