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Date Created: 12/18/15
Acne Treatment used to Clear Pores Acne comes in various forms of severity, ranging from mild to extremely severe inflammations. There are various forms of treatment available like topical applications, herbal remedies, prescription medications and laser treatment. The acne treatments work in different ways. They can be used to clear pores, reduce inflammation or target the acne bacteria. There are many acne treatment products in the market, and they all have different efficacies. People with acne are desperate for any form of treatment that will help them get rid of the blemishes associate with the condition, and this has led to the rise of many different products for the same. There are some natural treatment methods based on herbs, vitamins and antioxidants. They work by changing your overall metabolism for the better, and especially the skin’s rate of oil metabolism. The topical treatments can be prescription medication or over the counter treatments. They are applied to the affected areas to reduce the inflammation and open up the clogged pores. They do not need much supervision but it is still advisable to consult a dermatologist before using any topical product. This is because some of the products in the market can sometimes react adversely with the skin and cause you more problems. There are also systemic medications for acne that are taken orally. One of the most common active ingredients used in this regard is isotretinoin that is derived from vitamin A. It slows down the body’s production of sebum thus reducing the amount of bacteria on the skin. It is common in many acne medications but causes side effects in about 10 percent of the people who use it. The most common side effects include drying and scaling of the skin, inflammation and cracking of the lips, dermatitis and red rashes. The severity of these side effects ranges from patient to patient. Laser technology is now being used to treat acne, especially in severe cases. This form of treatment is increasingly becoming popular, and it has been shown to have a success rate of more than 80 percent. For this kind of treatment to produce the best results, it only needs to be done three times, even though improvement can be seen after the first round of treatment. Whichever form of treatment you choose, whether it is meant to clear pores or kill the acne bacteria, it is always advisable to consult with a dermatologist before proceeding with the treatment. Reviewed websites: http://www.bestacnetreatment.org/clear-pores/ http://www.getclearpores.com/ http://www.proactiv.co.uk http://acnetreatmentkey.com/clear-pores/
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