You may still find your skin needs to be moisturised as it can lack water even though it’s oily. There are products available that will help regulate the sebum production and keep the skin matt whilst hydrating the surface.
Topical treatments such as spot gels are really good for healing and reducing bacteria like using Menscience Advanced Acne Pads - 50 pads
Squeezing whiteheads isn’t a good idea as this releases bacteria onto the skin and can spread the problem wider. If you really must, then always steam your face first over some warm water to soften the blockages and then use a tissue to gently ease them out. Don't use excess pressure and make sure your hands are really clean. Use some antiseptic cream on the area afterwards to reduce bacteria and help the healing process.
You may want to try some herbal supplements that are designed to rebalance the system and help to control acne internally. It's also worth taking Zinc and Vitamin C. Some people find it helpful to avoid dairy products and/or wheat. Generally try to watch your diet and eat plenty of vitamin-rich foods, drink plenty of water and avoid too much alcohol and stimulants such as tea and coffee.
With careful management and a good skin care routine mild acne can be successfully managed but if you are really suffering make sure you see your doctor.
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