When working with adult acne (often referred to as acne vulgaris), there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First, make sure you rein in any picking and poking at your zits. If you must pop your zits at home, do so using the following method:
Take a Q-tip, break it in half, and press the soft points of each stick against your pimple. Using gentle pressure, pop the zit and use the Q-tip to remove any excess puss. Wash the area, and apply a topical cream, such as benzoyl peroxide, to dry out the pore and prevent bacteria from getting in.
In many cases, you might need to go to a doctor’s office or a dermatology clinic and have them do a mass removal of your zits, if they’re able to be popped. They use baby extractors to release the pressure and puss in the pore, which also eliminates the risk of getting bacteria in the pore and causing any scarring.
Another of the best adult acne treatment options is to go on a holistic acne diet. By removing some of the toxins in your body that are likely helping create excess oils and sebum on your skin