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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Say Goodbye to Acne & Hello to a Social Life

IN MOVIES, only the really big nerds have acne. In life, the social stigmas of the acne prone follow. If you're suffering from acne, you know it's no joke.

Besides having good skin care habits, you can do much to prevent acne. If you want a solution to help you prevent acne breakouts from forming, and the acne scarred skin that can result, here's an acne treatment systemthat really works!

1. Wash your acne prone skin once a day with a gentle cleanser (like the Daily Face Wash) that contains Salicylic Acid. It will help kill acne bacteria and keep pores clear.

2. As an alternative, use the Advanced Face Tonic once or twice a day to help remove organic buildup, dissolve dead skin cells and pore-clogging, oily residues.

3. Follow good, non-comodogenic skin practices; this includes not popping or picking at acne blackheads, whiteheads and pimples. You're spreaking bacteria and irritating skin, which increases acne breakouts - and probably acne scarring, too.

4. Use an acne medicine with benzoyl peroxide, the most effective acne treatment to prevent acne breakouts. The added vitamins and soothing ingredients of the Acne Therapy Lotion will help reduce acne redness and irritation while preventing acne scars.

So now, instead of complaining about how acne breakouts destroyed your social life, take steps to cure acne - permanently!

Note: When you're using acne medication, always protect acne breakouts from the sun with a suncreen, like the TiO2 Sunblock SPF 30, as sun exposure can redden or darken acne marks and make acne scars permanent.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Dan said...

As a guy who is having real problems with acne, I was amazed to discover that the fact that we're males plays a major role in our acne:

http://campusacnetruth.org/html/acne_gender.html

Our skin is thicker and so we need a treatment that will reach deeper into our follicles to reduce sebum, the root cause of acne.

Has anyone else discovered this gender factor in acne?

Has anyone discovered a gender-specific treatment??

Wed Sep 17, 10:55:00 PM EDT  
Anonymous Jennifer said...

I'm not a guy but I have heard of how gender can affect your acne and how it should be treated.

Look at it this way: The biggest factors in determining how acne is formed and how it should be treated are skin type and hormones. These are also two of the biggest differences between boys and girls.

So, one would assume that these differences require that a "gender-specific" treatment be used to be effective in both males and females.

Sun Sep 28, 07:00:00 PM EDT  

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