Prevent Acne

How To Get Rid of Pimples and Prevent Acne Naturally?

Posted by Dr.Divneet Kaur on

Ah, pimples. Those pesky, often uninvited guests that have an uncanny knack for appearing right before an important event. While almost everyone faces this rite of passage at some point, it doesn't make it any less frustrating. Enter: actives, skincare's powerhouse ingredients that target specific skin concerns, including acne. Let’s dive into how you can employ them to wage and win the war against breakouts.

Understand the Culprit: Acne

At its core, acne is caused by oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria building up in hair follicles. Factors such as hormones, diet, stress, and certain medications can exacerbate it. Identifying the root cause of your acne is crucial to treating it effectively.

Meet the Game-Changers: Actives

Salicylic Acid:

A beta hydroxy acid (BHA) that dives deep into pores to dissolve the debris and oil, preventing pimples. It also helps in exfoliating the skin surface.


An anti-inflammatory agent, niacinamide helps reduce the redness associated with pimples. Look for the best niacinamide serum, which also controls sebum production, making breakouts less likely.


Vitamin A derivatives like retinol can unclog pores, allowing other active ingredients to work more effectively. They also reduce the appearance of post-acne scars.

Benzoyl Peroxide:

An antibacterial agent that targets the bacteria causing acne. It's potent, so start slow and always moisturize.

Consistency is Key

Actives are potent, and while you might be eager to see results, it’s vital to introduce them slowly. Start with lower concentrations and gradually increase as your skin builds tolerance.

Protect Your Gains

After employing actives, your skin can become more sensitive to the sun. Ensure you're using a broad-spectrum sunscreen daily to protect your skin and prevent post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

Listen to Your Skin

While actives are powerful allies, they can be drying. Balance their use with hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid. If you notice excessive dryness, flaking, or irritation, consider dialing back or consulting a dermatologist.


Actives offer a promising pathway to clear, radiant skin, but they're not a magic bullet. They should be used as part of a holistic skincare routine that includes cleansing, moisturizing, and sun protection.

Curious about introducing actives into your regimen? Explore Dermabay's curated range of skincare products in India, designed to give your skin the love and care it deserves. 

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