The most common cause of acne in the auricle is a blockage of the sebaceous glands due to increased oily skin. But sometimes hormonal imbalance or the demodex subcutaneous mite can be the cause. Treatment depends on the cause of the acne.
It is necessary
- - medical alcohol;
- - any alcohol-containing liquids;
- - chloramphenicol drops;
- - cotton pad;
- - cellophane bag;
- - adhesive plaster;
- - salicylic alcohol;
- - tincture of calendula, chamomile, eucalyptus;
- - chloramphenicol ointment;
- - Vishnevsky ointment;
- - blood test;
- - referral to a dermatologist.
If you have a pimple in your ear, apply a warming lotion with alcohol-based liquids. Moisten a cotton pad abundantly, apply to the affected area, cover with cellophane, fix with adhesive plaster. Change the dressing every 6 hours. This usually helps the pimple mature and break out faster.
You can also use alcohol tincture of calendula, chamomile, eucalyptus or make a compress from chloramphenicol drops, which contain an antibiotic, quickly relieve inflammation and itching.
The salicylic alcohol, which is sold at the pharmacy, not only helps to remove acne from the skin, but also prevents them from appearing again. To combat a pimple that has already appeared, apply a compress with a cotton pad. To prevent acne from reappearing, systematically wipe the ears with a cotton pad twice a day.
If a pimple breaks out, bind chloramphenicol ointment or Vishnevsky's ointment. Seek medical attention if an abscess is severe.
Never try to pop a pimple in your ear, it can lead to blood poisoning and serious consequences. If the sebaceous glands are clogged with black dots, go to the beauty parlor, you will have a hardware cleaning.
If acne appears constantly, see your doctor and ask for a referral for a biochemical blood test, as well as take hormonal tests. In case of hormonal imbalance, you will be prescribed medications.
Increased oily skin and the systematic appearance of acne may be associated with the presence of a demodex skin mite. This disease requires serious treatment with the participation of a dermatologist. The doctor will prescribe medications to help get rid of the tick. They must be taken within one month, strictly following all the doctor's recommendations.