Ayurvedic Medicine For Acne Scars

Acne (acne vulgaris, common acne) is not a disease; there are many problems on acne. Not just a problem for teenagers, but can affect people between the ages of 10 to 40. It is not unusual for women, in particular, to develop acne in their mid to late 20, even if they have been eruptions in years (if ever). On the positive side, the few people who have acne into their 40s may well grow out of it. Here there are few types of diseases of the skin covered by acne!

Rosacea: This condition is characterized by pimples in the middle third of the face, with redness, flushing, and superficial blood vessels. It usually affects people in their 30 and 40 years of age and older. Sometimes there is no "clear line" separating acne rosacea, however, there are no blackheads or whiteheads in rosacea.

Pseudofolliculitis: This is sometimes called "razor bumps" or "razor rash." When cut close to the skin, hair curled double neck below the skin and produce grain. This is a mechanical problem and not bacteria, and the treatment consists of shaving less (growing a beard, laser hair removal.) Pseudofolliculitis can, of course, occur in patients who have acne too.

Folliculitis: Pimples can occur in other parts of the body such as the abdomen, buttocks or legs. These represent the follicles of acne, but do not ignite. If they do not disappear on their own, doctors may prescribe oral antibiotics or external, usually are not the same used for acne.

Gram-negative folliculitis: Some patients have been treated with oral antibiotics for prolonged periods develop pustules filled with bacteria resistant to antibiotics that have been previously used. Bacterial culture tests can identify these germs, which leads the doctor to prescribe different antibiotics or other forms of treatment.

Ayurvedic Medicine for Acne Scars

1. Diet plays a dynamic role in keeping you healthy. Bad dietary habits are likely to produce disease. So you should be keen on taking nutritive and healthy diets.

2. Correction of diet and regular exercise is necessary to regain regular bowel habits.

3. Mild laxatives can be taken to prevent constipation.

4. Though, preserving the food in refrigerator and then cooking it has become a need of our fast life style, it decreases food nutrition value. Avoid this way of life, as far as possible. Consume fresh food.

5. Eat warm and Snigdha (unctuous) food in proper quantity.

6. Eat only when earlier food is digested.

7. Don’t take Virudhaanna (food that is incompatible to each other such as fruit salad, milk with fish etc.)
Don’t eat too fast or too slow, chew your food many times.

8. Eat in pleasant place.

9. Avoid Ushna (hot), spicy, oily, fried and pungent food.

10. Always try to avoid junk food, fast food and outside food (because it contains lots of spices, oil, and chemicals such as sodium bicarbonate etc.)

11. Take sufficient amount of fats and leafy vegetables with proper washing and cleaning, it will form bulk of the stool you pass and will give you relief from constipation.

12. Take sufficient amount of water, liquid juice etc., which will reduce dryness of intestine and will drain out wastes from your blood through urine. Fruit juice such as grapes, lemon etc., is recommended.

13. Avoid mental tensions, worries fear; mental relaxation with meditation and yoga will help you to release your tension.

14. Be relaxed, the problem gets resolved.

15. Fresh water, fresh air, and sunlight will help to improve the skin condition.

16. Regular exercise and long walk will keep you fresh, fit and fine.

17. Hygiene of the whole body, especially of the face, is essential to remove dirt and grime from the face, wash your face frequently with warm water.

18. Remove oil (surface oil) from the face by washing it with mild soap. To clean your face you can use a small slightly abrasive face sponge. In severe conditions when pain and inflammation persists steaming will be beneficial. 

19. Avoid oily cosmetics. Non-oily, non-greasy and water-based cosmetics can be used. But it is always better if you avoid the use of cosmetics.

20. Don’t press or prick acne unnecessarily, as pressing and pricking and allowing dirt to infiltrate the vulnerable areas may cause major problems.