Anti Dandruff Shampoo
What It IsFight dandruff outbreaks with NIZORAL A-D Anti-Dandruff Shampoo. This powerful dandruff relief shampoo controls flaking, scaling, and itching caused by dandruff. It combines the effectiveness of ketoconazole 1%, a proven dandruff-fighting ingredient, with salon-tested gentleness. Use it just twice a week in between your regular shampoos to control dandruff. This flaky scalp shampoo is gentle enough to use on color-treated, chemically processed, and gray hair, and has a thick, rich lather that rinses clean and leaves your hair smelling fresh.
My acne journey through birth control
In my first pic that was my face before I started birth control, pretty clear, occasional pimple here and there. But then i started the pill for my terrible periods and i started breaking out like crazy. Bumps all over my forehead and chin as you can see in the second and third pic. I’ve started to update skin routine a little and the 4th pic is where i’m at now. any tips anyone has would be great! this is my skin care routine now AM CeraVe - SA Smoothing Cleanser i started using this and i think it helped my bumps a lot. I have seen some improvement. HERITAGE STORE - Rosewater Spray i like this product i think it helps hydrate my skin. It also helped with my oily skin too. When i run out of the spray i’m going to use the HERITAGE STORE - Rosewater Facial Toner for the hyaluronic acid. so if anyone has any experience with this product let me know! THE inkey LIST - Caffeine Eye Cream Helps with my puffy eyes! Seen some improvement with my eye bags over time! CeraVe - Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Normal To Dry Skin This is a basic moisturizer and i like it. i have oily skin and i like how lightweight it is. I also like the added ceramides for my skin barrier. PURITO - Centella Green Level Unscented Sun SPF50+ PURITO - Comfy Water Sun Block i think the green level sun screen makes me pretty greasy. The comfy water sunblock is way better for my oily skin, i just have to rub it in longer since it is a mineral sunscreen. PM - Softymo Deep Cleansing Oil i like this cleansing oil it gets off my sunscreen and mascara well. it doesn’t leave a greasy residue when i wash it off either. I love to try new products lol so when i finish this i might try THE inkey LIST - Oat Cleansing Balm or BIODERMA - Atoderm Shower Oil(i know this says shower oil but on amazon it says cleansing oil, shower oil, many purposes and the reviews say it takes their makeup and sunscreen off really well) so once again if anyone has used these products let me know how they were! CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin Pretty basic i like it. Really no complaints or anything that sticks out about this product that i LOVE LOVE. When i finish this i might try LA ROCHE-POSAY - Toleriane Purifying Foaming CleanserLet me know if anyone has used this and their experience with it! Nizoral - Anti Dandruff Shampoo i use this as a face mask for about 5 mins. i don’t use this every night, i maybe use this 2-3 times a night. Kinda burns but i feel it works DIFFERIN - DIFFERIN Acne Treatment Gel really just did not work on my skin, i haven’t seen much improvement because of this. i’ve been using this for 2 months THE inkey LIST - Caffeine Eye Cream CeraVe - Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Normal To Dry Skin
Nizoral-Anti Dandruff Shampoo
Instantly cured my dandruff
Long story short I used to bleached my hair all the time and my scalp was suffering. It got so bad to the point where my scalp was bleeding because it was dry and begin to notice that my dandruff got worse overtime. My head was like the North Pole, dry skin was literally falling off my head and it was so embarrassing and at times I had no motivation becuase I was irritated. I try so many methods to cure my dry scalp and it would work for a short while and it would come back. I came across this product on TikTok, many people gave it a great review. I had to get my hands on it. The first couple of uses the shampoo effectively did the job and now I my hair in the most healthiest condition ever. If you suffer severe dry scalp and dandruff like I did you should definitely check this out. Additionally you don’t have to worry about your hair falling out. I use this 2-3 times a week. Nizoral - Anti Dandruff Shampoo
Nizoral-Anti Dandruff Shampoo
Shampoo for acne?
As many of us, I started struggling with an acne I've never had before. After a couple weeks of struggling, I figured out what was causing my acne (if you are interested on that, I made a post on that... It's about B12 vitamin). With that being said, I had now to look for options as to how to fix my face. I am a rather logical person. Who usually questions everything, specially now after a terrible experience (again, that story is on my B12 post). By that I mean, if I do something I have to know why I do it, what are the pros, what are the cons, and everything in between. So here is what I did: I full on investigated the different causes on acne, what their triggers were, what the cures, what made them worst. Everything. I was well aware htat my acne was triggered by an overproduction of sebum on my face, which was triggered by a higher than normal level of B12 on my body. So what description did my acne fall in exactly? I was suffering from mild acne, which consists of a combination of white heads and some pimples here and there in my face area, maybe neck and chest. I knew it wasn't the normal typical, hormonal acne or anything of that nature. It was mainly triggered by an overproduction of sebum. So then I started looking there, with sebum and what triggers its overproduction. Upon many google searches, I came across with the following: "Hormonal medications often increase sebum production." Which to me was still not it, I was not having the breakouts related to my menstrual cycles so it could not be that. Then, I read the following: "In many cases, pituitary, adrenal, ovarian, and testicular conditions can cause either an increase or decrease in production." I knew from previous tests that I had an inflammation of my pituitary gland. In other words, I found myself in a loophole, which I did not seem to be able to get out of. What did I do next? I decided to continue researching about sebum, given that obviously I was not going anywhere with the causes of my acne. Somehow, while researching I came across the following search: "is sebum the same as dandruff?" That is the statement which changed my life. Literally. Turns out, overproduction of sebum causes dandruff. Not going to lie, it is quite obvious and I felt rather dumb for not even considering it. So what next? Well it was a simple cause and effect: excess sebum causes dandruff, what do you do when you have dandruff? You use dandruff shampoo. I was going to wash my face with dandruff shampoo. I have super delicate skin, and to be honest I was sort of skeptical at first. However, I was also desperate to get rid of my acne so I figured that it was worth the shot. I ordered the shampoo. The one I got is a little bit on the pricier side, not going to lie. BUT hear me out, it actually worked! Was it the only thing that I used? no, BUT it definitely contributed. I think it is important to note, that I barely wear any makeup, literally just mascara and eyebrow powder. Maybe a little bit of concealer if my under eye bags are showing and translucent powder if I want to be fancy -yeah, I know, scandalous LOL. As per how I washed my face (which was in the morning by the way); I have always washed my face with glycerine soap, so I did that first. Then I took a tiny portion of the shampoo and washed my face with it afterwards. Then I proceeded to dry and moisturize my face. I kid you know my face was no longer irritated. It definitely did not make my pimples go away, however, I did notice that the redness had gone down and that during that day, my face did not get as oily as it had been the past couple days. The shampoo did not make my face itch, or have any real issues really, it felt like any other face wash. It did not smell like roses or anything in particular, but it did the job and for the first time in days I did not hate the state of my face! Conclusion: regardless of what your acne might be, I honestly think you should give it a try, if your acne trigger seems to be coming from an overproduction of sebum. This will most certainly help you regulate the sebum production on your skin, which honestly can be a life saving tool!!! In case you are wondering about my skin type, I have super light skin, freckly and actually suffer from atopic dermatitis (eczema). So yes, you could say it was quite risky to do this in a way. However, I would like to add that I had used Nizoral in the past on my scalp, and it showed great results so I was not too worried about having a reaction.
Nizoral-Anti Dandruff Shampoo
Hyram Approved✔️How to Get Rid of Little Bumps on Your Face🤔
If you have the bumps that look like pimples but are not, and no matter what you do they won’t go away. They are commonly called fungal acne. They are not acne, but a type of yeast in the skin, and a lot of acne treatment products won’t get rid of fungal acne in the skin. Fungal acne occurs when there’s an overproduction of oil and moisture on the face, so it always happens to people who have oily skin or live in a really humid environment or sweat a lot. They are pretty uniform in size and you may notice some itchiness as well. They typically on the forehead and sometimes around mouth. The ingredients that you should avoid in order to get rid of fungal acne is complicated. For example, Fatty Acids, Linoleic Acid, Esters, Lauric Acid, Fatty Alcohols, etc. You could go to the website Sezia.co, and paste all the ingredients to see if the product will cause fungal acne. The ingredients you should use: Niacinamide: it controls sebum production within your skin. It helps with the root problem rather than trying to get rid of the surface level issues Salicylic Acid: an exfoliating ingredient that goes deep into the pores and pushes out all the dead skin cells and dirt, but also helps to clear the oil on your face. It is the best acne ingredient in general. Honey: anti-fungal and anti-inflammation Products approved by Hyram: ✅Nizoral - Anti Dandruff Shampoo ($15): YES it is a shampoo. There is a specific ingredient in anti dandruff shampoos called ketoconazole. It helps to get rid of all the excess oil that typically forms around the base of our hair shaft. It is a very effective ingredient to get rid of fungal acne on your face. Make sure your skin is damp, then take a good amount to smother on your face and leave it on there for 5-10mins, and then rinse off afterward. You could do this every day. CeraVe - Renewing SA Cleanser For Normal Skin($12): gentle but effective THE inkey LIST - Salicylic Acid Acne + Pore Cleanser ($10): a little bit stronger than CeraVe Renewing SA Cleanser PAULA'S CHOICE - Skin Perfecting 2% BHA Liquid Exfoliator ($29): makes Hyram’s pores look smaller NATURIUM - Niacinamide Serum 12% Plus Zinc 2% ($16): very lightweight THE inkey LIST - Niacinamide Oil Control Serum($7) De La Cruz - Sulfur Ointment, Acne Medication, Maximum Strength($7): clear away the excess oil and dirt I'm from - Honey Mask($38): leave it for 10-15 mins and wash it off afterward. It contains a high concentration of honey and other beneficial ingredients. Tips and Tricks to avoid fungal acne: Limit your moisturizer: a dime-sized amount at most Minimize your skincare routine and make sure your products are fungal acne safe Remove sweat, especially if you are an athlete. DON’T let the sweat stay on your skin. Stay away from oil products, like facial oils Comment below to share your thoughts or experiences!
De La Cruz- Sulfur Ointment, Acne Medication, Maximum Strength
how to clear up your fungal acne
growing up i never really had acne. it wasn’t until maybe 8th grade till i noticed some texture on my forehead and it only got worse throughout my freshman year of high school. after trying every acne treatment ever invented (ok maybe not all of them) ive finally have found out a way to maintain my FA so that i dont look like 14 year old me anymore 😳 what is fungal acne? fungal acne ( malassezia folliculitis ) is when the healthy yeasts that live on your skin get too comfortable and start to grow. causing that raised itchy texture we all hate what causes fungal acne weather ( hot humid climate ) sweat stress certain ingredients (lipids, polysorbates, esters, oils, and fermented ingredients) what to avoid ok so as said in the previous section, certain ingredients can promote the growth of malassezia. and it just so happens that a HUGE percentage of skincare on the market will be formulated with these types of ingredients. i know very sucky so here are some ingredients to avoid! -absolutely NO oils. the only oils that are fungal acne safe are squalane oil, mineral oil, MCT oil. -all polysorbates including 20, 40, 60, 80 -fermented ingredients ESPECIALLY galacmyces -fatty acids ( stearic, linoleic, myristic, oleic) just to name a few -esters ( glyceryl stearate is the most common one) treatment and ingredients that help -Curology - Curology formula ( clindamycin, niacinamide, azelaic acid, zinc pyrithione) - green tea extracts -honey/ propolis extract -slicylic acid (bha) -sulfur ( De La Cruz - Sulfur Ointment, Acne Medication, Maximum Strength) - tea tree oil - urea - sun exposure 😀🌤 - then we have the inti dandruff shampoo like Nizoral - Anti Dandruff Shampoo and head & shoulders - Classic Clean Daily-Use Anti-Dandruff Shampoo but in my opinion i find them to be unaffected but idk try it for yourself some of my favorite products for fa -CeraVe - Salicylic Acid Facial Cleanser -Curology - Curology formula( azelaic acid, clindamycin, zinc pyrithione) -NATURIUM - Niacinamide Serum 12% Plus Zinc 2% -Glossier. - Super Pure Niacinamide + Zinc Serum -FIRST AID BEAUTY - Hello FAB Coconut Water Cream -FIRST AID BEAUTY - Ultra Repair Oil-Control Moisturizer for more information about fungal acne go to www.simpleskincarescience.com and go read “The Fungal Acne Treatment Bible (2020): Cure Malassezia With Science!” to check if your skincare products are fa safe go to - folliculitisscout.com -sezia.co -skincarisma.com ( that one isn’t as reliable but it still pretty good) like and share! xo melanie
De La Cruz- Sulfur Ointment, Acne Medication, Maximum Strength
My Skincare Journey
I’ve recently realized I’m dealing with Fungal Acne on my forehead so I put together a full routine to help get rid of it. I have combo/oily skin. Every night I use Nizoral - Anti Dandruff Shampoo for 5 minutes on my forehead as a mask to help combat the bumps. I also use the PETER THOMAS ROTH - AHA/BHA Acne Clearing Gel to get rid of any existing acne and dark spots on my face/forehead. I use the dear, klairs - Supple Preparation Unscented Facial Toner to add back moisture and make my skin more plump since the Nizoral drys out my skin. I use the dermalogica - Daily Microfoliant Exfoliator up to 2x a week to get any dead skin off and I love pairing it with my gel cleanser that I’m obsessed with the YOUTH TO THE PEOPLE - Superfood Antioxidant Cleanser . In the AM and PM I use the innisfree - Jeju Cherry Blossom Dewy Glow Jelly Cream I love this moisturizer despite it smelling like jello lol I love the fact it has a minimal ingredient list and has Niacinamide! In the morning after I use the moisturizer I go in with my favorite SPF at the moment PAULA'S CHOICE - Youth-Extending Daily Hydrating Fluid it’s a very liquidy and runny texture.
PETER THOMAS ROTH-AHA/BHA Acne Clearing Gel
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