you must wait ... after you give birth to your child your hormons will balance and the good skin will show up...you don't need any internal treament.try to see a dermatologist and he will give you some topic creams and a cleanser.
Sometimes this will happen during pregnancy. Here are some effective tips that will help you out.
• Limit washing to two times per day and after heavy sweating.
• When you do wash, use a gentle, oil-free, alcohol-free, and non-abrasive cleanser.
• Use your fingertips instead of a washcloth or sponge. Washcloths and sponges can irritate sensitive skin and lead to breakouts.
• After washing, rinse your skin with lukewarm water. Then gently pat dry and apply moisturizer.
• Avoid over-cleansing. Itcan over stimulate the skin's oil glands.
• Shampoo regularly. If you have oily skin, it's best to shampoo daily.
• Avoid picking, scratching, popping or squeezing acne sores.
• If you use cosmetics, stick to oil-free products.
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