i used a new acne product and my face broke out like CRAZY( like never before )
some of them are leakin yellow liquid which i think is puss and they are very painfull
may this be a allergic reation ? please help my face is ruined...... i need my face to be back to normal before school starts again
please please help
It will come right. You should phone the number on the product you bought and ask for their advice.
I got a very bad break-out like that from massage oils (luckily on my shoulders though).
Try to avoid squeezing etc. to avoid infection.
Stop using the product immediately. Keep your face clean. Use a face wash several times a day. Use a medicated sunscreen at all times. Do not use any other products on your face.
Try calamine lotion if there is itching. Take some antiallergic or antihistaminic medication so that the allergic reaction subsides.
Consult your doctor at the earliest and have a clinical evaluation. You might need to take a short course of oral steroids if the lesions are severe. Hope this helps.
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