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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Curing Your Acne Breakouts

Our previous acne posts covered general information about acne and the causes of acne for those of you experiencing frequent breakouts looking for a fast cure, yet effective and definitive acne treatments for your skin. In this segment we present the best acne protocol clinically developed by our skincare experts in this bleb field, along with a practical list of which acne products you should apply to start your own acne treatment cure.

How to cure acne: Starter guidelines for your acne stressed skin:

Learn what each acne product does for your skin.

Distinguishing between acne product ingredients and their general benefits for your skin is very important. Many acne specialized sites concur that both the acne product ingredients and the benefits for the skin have much greater importance in maximizing their benefits.

This includes both general and specific benefits; examples of this include the specified purpose of each acne product like acne treatment/repair/diminish, and specific ingredient benefits such as absorbs into the skin to clear acne-causing bacteria.

Even if you just want to prevent acne, you should still be learning the benefits of every medicine. MenScience acne experts agree that many people wanting to prevent acne are going to acne information web sites; as they want to guarantee not breaking out, and finding the best acne medicine. So if you want to learn how to prevent acne, our acne skin care experts agree - read MenScience's acne treatment recommendations.

Distinguish between acne medicines

According to our acne experts, "Acne is triggered by several factors, including hormone imbalance, overproduction of sebum (the oily substance on the skin) and growth of bacteria (known as P. acnes). For this reason, using gentle, effective acne medicine (not abrasive) is an integral part of an acne treatment as it regularly removes the blockage of dead cells from pores."

One acne medicine that stands out greatly is the Acne Spot Repair. According to feedback from customer reviews, nearly 99% of current customers that have used this zit killer give it 5-stars and say it has become the main acne product in the their acne treatment routine.

Steve, from Tucson, AZ, a 48 year-old male with occasional breakouts - has made this his "go to" acne medicine every time he gets a pimple now. "I thought I was using the best until I tried this product. Doesn't dry your skin out or leave dry patches like other products."

Customize your acne treatment to control and eliminate acne permanently

Before you put together and start using an acne treatment, you need to know what each acne product targets and how it will relate to your skin needs. Ireneo, a customer from Soledad, CA, says, "MenScience Acne Treatment hydrates my skin, minimizes pores, it's soothing, and works effectively. I needed an acne system to clear my skin since I been breaking out from stress."

MenScience Acne Treatment offers pharmaceutical-grade acne medicine so that you can get an acne-free complexion:

  • Daily Face Wash: This advanced liquid cleanser promotes a clear complexion by removing the bacteria, impurities and oily residues that cause acne.
  • Advanced Face Tonic: This gentle, yet high-potency wonder softens, smoothes and conditions for a radiantly clear complexion. Professional-grade Alpha Hydroxy Acids remove organic buildup while dissolving dead skin cells and pore-clogging, oily residues to renew and clarify.
  • Acne Therapy Lotion: This intensive acne medication cures recurring acne with dermatologist recommended Benzoyl Peroxide. Enriched with vitamins and skin restoring ingredients, the prescription-grade formula repairs and conditions acne stressed skin to help prevent scarring. Ultralight and oil-free, the Lotion absorbs quickly and invisibly without leaving a residue.
Distinguish between comedogenic vs non-comedogenic acne medicine

Comedogenic refers to ingredients or products that have a tendency to block pores and promote comedones (plural of comedo), or acne.

If you already suffer from oily or acne-prone skin, keep an eye out for these comedogenic ingredients when purchasing products:
  • Cocoa Butter
  • Pigments & Dyes (red in particular)
  • Coal Tar
  • Lanolin
  • Isopropyl Myristate
Consider acne products with dermatological ingredients

You have the option of using an acne product comparison chart to find acne products that target the causes of acne and keep acne blemishes under control with effective pharmaceutical-grade acne ingredients to diminish acne and prevent acne outbreaks. Consider ingredients like:
  • Glycolic Acid
  • Salicylic Acid
  • Alpha Hydroxy Acids
  • Benzoyl Peroxide
  • Allantoin
  • Urea
  • Green Tea
  • Vitamins B5, A, C and E
Where to search: Search engine are the best resource
You also have the option of maintaining a clear complexion at all times by using convenient prescription-grade acne pads anywhere oily residues start building up. Advanced Acne Pads help you diminish acne areas, healing and repairing acne-stressed skin.

Other acne treatment resources
If you are having difficulties trying to decide which acne products are best for your skin, please let us know and we'll happy to help you find the right acne medicine for you.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Dan said...

Guys can have it rough when it comes to acne...we have 25% thicker skin and we need a treatment that reaches deep down into the follicle to reduce sebum production. Also, we have more DHT which produces oils.

There are other gender differences related to acne:

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

The problem is that most treatments don't account for these gender differences and how they effect acne.

Wed Sep 17, 11:01:00 PM EDT  
Anonymous Joe said...

Dan,

I know how rough it can get. It's unfortunate that acne treatments, especially those that are advertised the most, are truly ineffective. They are especially ineffective cross-gender.

It's difficult to watch infomercials done by Jessica Simpson and the like when I know that they're ignoring a very important factor in treating acne.

There are major differences in the skin and hormones of guys and girls. Acne treatments intentionally target things like skin type and hormones to treat acne, so I find it odd that they don't address the differences.

Sun Sep 28, 07:13:00 PM EDT  

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