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Different Types Of Acne Treatment

Author : Dr. Grado Dr. Grado.


A large number of people are afflicted with acne. It is most common with teenagers. Acne is a condition that affects one’s face. It may also occur on one’s back and sometimes on someone’s neck. In this day and age, there are a multitude of products that profess that they are the best acne treatment. However, before one can purchase an acne treatment, it is most advisable to first get to the root of the problem. The first way of doing this would be to try to figure out why one is suffering from acne in the first place. Another thing that an individual has to keep in mind when they are looking for an acne treatment would be to figure out their skin type. If an individual is not careful, they may end up purchasing products that claim to be acne treatments but could prove to be harmful to their skin. Some products may be too harsh for sensitive skin whereas others may be too mild to help acne. Thus before buying any products, one should always have done some research pertaining to the ingredients contained in the medication.

There are a lot of different types of acne treatment. One could choose to go the pharmaceutical route or one could decide to use natural products to cure their acne. There are even some homemade remedies that work to some extent. One of the homemade remedies that people would like to know is if toothpaste is a form of acne treatment. Although there are no proven studies, it has been shown that toothpaste tends to dry out one’s acne and thus can make one’s skin clear to some extent. Other homemade acne treatments include applying a honey mask. This is one of the simplest ways of trying to battle one’s acne. The honey mask should be applied on the affected person’s face at least twice weekly. Honey contains a host of antibacterial properties. These do an excellent job in combating the bacteria that causes acne. Honey is also excellent for disinfecting one’s skin as well as healing the acne marks.

Another type of acne treatment would be to use antibacterial soap. To ensure that you have bought the best soap for this, you should check that the soap contains sulfur. Soaps that contain sulfur are the most appropriate as an acne treatment because the sulfur is able to battle the acne. The anti bacterial soap should be used at least twice a day. One should not over use the soap though. This is because, the same properties that enable the anti bacterial soap to battle acne marks can also stimulate excessive sebum production if one’s skin becomes too dry. Excessive sebum only results to more acne for the sufferer.

One form of acne treatment would be changing your diet. In some occasions, acne occurs due to lack of some certain vitamins from one’s body. An individual who is afflicted with acne should try their best to increase their intake of both fruits and vegetables. Vitamin A is excellent in strengthening one’s skin and this helps to prevent acne.


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