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Things You Should Know About Acne & Acne Treatment

Updated on December 31, 2010

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What You Might Not Know About Acne & Acne Treatment

It is difficult to provide exact Acne & Acne Treatment information and facts, especially in the form of correctly written along with educative content articles, however we have now gone through the stress of putting together as much useful related information as possible. In case you are enthusiastic about further guidelines in some way related to Treatment of Acne, the below writing should help a great deal.

If you suffer from acne, you ought to practice good hygiene. Even before you start on any other medication, this does a lot to help so that the condition does not get worse. As a matter of fact, if you keep it up well enough, good hygiene can alone begin to heal you from the disease. Not always, but sometimes.

Antibiotics are about your best bet for acne treatment. However, you could also try benzoyl peroxide, or vitamin A derivatives. And if you are the type who prefers nature, you can opt for some of the herbal remedies out there as well.

Sulfur has been known to work for acne for ages. Back in ancient Egypt, it was the way the sons of the pharaohs were treated for the disease - by bathing them in sulfur laced hot water. Sincerely, sulfur is your simplest measure for treating the disease. At least start with sulfur, then you can graduate to other medications.

You should keep a lid on the amount of oil-based products you use on your skin. As a matter of fact, you should keep a lid on the amount of oil-based products you consume when you are prone to acne. You see, when you are prone to acne, too much oily stuffs only tend to worsen matters for you. Know them, and avoid them.

You should know, some sun exposure tends to help with treating acne. Perhaps you should try tanning or sunbathing from time to time. Just try not to expose yourself to too much of the sun to avoid sunburn in the bid to prevent or treat acne. Besides the sunburn, it could cause you to secrete more oils from your skin to worsen your acne.

When you drink a lot of water, you wash your system clean of toxins. The toxins may have gotten around to cause you more acne, but with them gone you have less to worry about. You can help treating your acne by drinking a lot of water all day every day. It works in more ways than one.

Acne is bad, no doubts and there are many fake treatments out there that don't work at all, but the fact also is that it's not as bad as many people think and there are also good and workable treatments out there. So, that's just one of the facts about life - nothing ever works as well as lots of people say - including acne. It's always a good idea to take your time to find the treatments that will work best for you.

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    chaitanyaviral 7 years ago from India

    yes, it does work well for some persons, but the best ways to get rid of acne are mostly home remedies and natural skin care.

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    Renee S 7 years ago from Virginia

    My son uses ProActive which works really well.

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