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Thursday, 14-Nov-2013 20:32 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Acne Treatments For Men










It can bring your white cell count down and lead to severe infection. Too much vitamin A in the form of Accutane can cause a host of problems from liver toxicity to hair loss all sorts of problems. Rahimi says these products should be used moderately, if at all, and preferably under a doctors supervision. Adult acne and anabolic steroids Anabolic steroids, used by athletes and bodybuilders to build muscle mass, are one well-known cause of acne in men. Studies indicate that about one-third of men who use steroids get acne, and about 50% of the men who get it develop a severe form known as cystic acne. With some patients, I can tell from the kind of acne they have that they are using anabolic steroids, says Jeffrey Dover, MD, a dermatologist at Skin Care Physicians of Chestnut Hill in Massachusetts. The acne usually is on the back and on the chest, but it can be anywhere. <br>Original version here: http://men.webmd.com/features/acne-treatments-men?page=2







Since I also suffer from adult acne, I often run queries in search engines for remedies with the very words best-acne-treatment. Hence, I figured I start there. I researched a typical company who markets acne treatment systems most profitable keywords for content strategy campaigns. I performed a Google search with the exact keywords best acne treatment. The results showed up with Exposed Skin Care and Proactiv showing equal domination of these keywords. By the way, thats a lot to be said for a company whose market inception came nearly a decade after Proactiv. In other words, the Exposed Skin Care is claiming the limelight of clearer skin pretty quickly. Anywho if there was a consumer out there who did that same keyword search as I - that person - without first trying the product (as a new user) - would be forced to blindly choose one product over the other. Now lets pretend, we are the very same consumer who wants to be more informed before making a decision to use a product; especially considering that it is after all a product that is going to be applied to skin, most importantly ones face. Well, understand this is the way I was thinking doing the research; as the average consumer looking to be informed. Thinking in this way - then our next step, as the consumer, would be to evaluate the presentation of these products online by visiting each of the products company website. The point would be to question the effectiveness of these products in combating breakouts and healing skin damaged from acne. Examining both acne treatment websites; equally, a visitor may notice a few differences in how each company chose to expose their own product truths. Both, Exposed Skin Care and Proactiv, acne treatment systems offer website visitors a chance to read their customer success stories, offer a money back guarantee, and adds the promise of their products being the best at improving your results with their acne treatment. So then, how do we determine who is the best? Well, here is where I believe it comes down to the exposed truth. <br>Original version here: http://www.examiner.com/article/the-exposed-truth-of-exposed-skin-care-acne-treatment-system



Wednesday, 13-Nov-2013 02:21 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Find The Best Acne Treatment For You










Theyre effective against blackheads and whiteheads as well as severe, or inflammatory, acne. Retinoids work by exfoliating the clogged pores (removing dead skin cells), says dermatologist Heather Woolery-Lloyd, MD, of the University of Miami Cosmetic Center. This class includes Differin (adapalene), which is good for sensitive skin; Retin A and Renova (tretinoin), which is good for most patients; and Tazorac (tazarotene), which is good for severe cases. All are prescription medications. Dr. Woolery-Lloyd warns that each of these acne treatments can cause skin irritation when you first use them, but this should clear up within two weeks. Common forms of acne such as whiteheads, blackheads, and inflammatory acne can be treated with retinoids, says Dr. Hebert, whereas cystic acne requires stronger medication, such as isotretinoin (Sotret, Claravis, Amnesteem, Accutane). Despite the serious side effects associated with isotretinoin, including birth defects, seizures, and stroke, Hebert says, If you have true, severe, scarring acne and no other risk factors, its still the best choice. Nevertheless, because of isotretinoins risks, its important that you remain under the close supervision of a doctor while taking it. Benzoyl peroxide. Benzoyl peroxide works as an antibacterial, Woolery-Lloyd explains. That means that this acne treatment fights germs that could be contributing to your acne. It is available over the counter and by prescription. Benzoyl peroxide also can be drying, but is well tolerated by most people," she says. One significant drawback to this acne treatment is that it bleaches any hair or fabric it comes into contact with. Antibiotics. Topical antibiotics are creams applied to your skin. They fight bacteria that could be contributing to your acne. <br>Original version here: http://www.everydayhealth.com/acne/prescription-acne-treatment.aspx



Saturday, 9-Nov-2013 08:11 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Zinc: Treatment For Acne










Along with vitamin E, Zinc has anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial activity.Zinc also aids in decreasing sebum production in the body. Sebum is the oily secretion of the sebaceous glands, composed of fat and epithelial debris. Several studies have found that people with acne have lower levels of Zinc and Vitamin E in their bodies, than those who do not have acne. Therefore, these people are more susceptible to acne causing micro-organisms. Researchers from BML General Laboratory have conducted at least two studies in which Zinc has been revealed as beneficial for the skin. Zinc ascorbate alone effectively inhibited the growth of all P. acnes(Acne causing micro organisms) including clindamycin-resistant strains. In all of the studies I found, participants did not exceed doses of 100mg of Zinc per day. Any more than 100mg can cause toxicity. Some studies combined other topical antibiotics with zinc as a treatment, while others focused solely on zinc without a secondary medication. Both approaches have seen a decrease in Acne inflammation. Further research is needed on what combination is more beneficial. <br>Original version here: http://www.examiner.com/article/zinc-treatment-for-acne



Sunday, 3-Nov-2013 06:58 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Best Acne Medications










While this approach is certainly part of any treatment plan, a higher success rate may be attainable through encouraging patients to be educated and proactive in their lifestyle choices with regard to their acne. In the article, Villafranco cites dietary habits as the area in which most acne sufferers could make changes that would result in substantial improvements in the health of their skin. She lists foods that are considered inflammatory to the body, as acne is now understood to be a disease of inflammation. She specifies seven food categories that would be best avoided in acne sufferers, and likely in people with other inflammatory conditions, such as dermatitis, arthritis, and irritable bowel disease. The article goes on to mention stress as an exacerbating factor for acne patients, as stress alters hormone balance in a way that can increase sebum production in the skin, which may lead to pimples. Also mentioned is the benefit of regular exercise, both in flushing toxins from the body and as a means of stress management. Finally, Villafranco discusses several personal hygiene habits that could decrease the frequency and severity of acne symptoms. Natural acne treatment options are outlined at the end of the article, including cleansing methods and skin maintenance. The focus of the suggested treatment is nourishing the skin, rather than stripping it of its naturally protective oils. She explains that over-stripped skin results in compensatory oil production and more acne. <br>Original version here: http://www.benzinga.com/pressreleases/13/10/p4042573/natural-acne-treatment-guide-by-osmia-organics







These are common treatments prescribed by doctors and dermatologists. Over-the-Counter Treatments for acne include products likeProactive and Clearasil. These products contain ingredients like benzoyl peroxide, sulfur, resorcinol, or salicylic acid used for getting rid of all kinds of acne. Natural Remedies: Herbal remedies, multivitamins, and other supplements are becoming a common way to treat acne. Zinc, Vitamin A, D, C, and B are some of the best components for getting rid of acne. Diet: Another helpful way to prevent, manage, or combat acne is to make changes in your diet. Foods to avoid include white bread, dairy, sugar, fried and fatty foods, junk food, and chocolate. <br>Original version here: http://www.newsmax.com/FastFeatures/acne-medications-topical-creams/2011/04/06/id/392047



Friday, 25-Oct-2013 05:43 Email | Share | | Bookmark
The Best Acne Cover-up Ever? Teenage Girl Suffering From Severe










2013 Acne Studios opens flagship store in Osaka Acne Studios has opened its first flagship store in Osaka. This is the brands second store in Japan, after its Tokyo store. Located at the heart of the Shinsaibashi shopping district, the new store is characterized by industrial elegance and features large sections of untreated aluminium, and a grey and pink carpet, combined with a terrazzo floor. Over a total sales space of 250sqm the store will offer the Acne Studios mens and womens ready-to-wear collections, denim, accessories and footwear, with mens on the first floor and womens on the second. Mikael Schiller, chairman, Acne Studios: I love Japan and its sophistication and was very pleased to see the positive response to our store opening in Tokyo in December last year. It immediately led us to the decision to open a flagship store in Osaka, which I see as a modern city at the edge of urban development. Theres a Blade Runner feel to the city landscape, with its expansive silhouette and sweeping lights, which blends perfectly with our store location and design concept. Over the last year Acne Studios has opened new flagship stores in SoHo, New York City, and Aoyama, Tokyo. The opening in Osaka will be followed by Acne Studios Los Angeles later this year. <br>Original version here: http://www.sportswearnet.com/businessnews/pages/protected/Acne-Studios-opens-flagship-store-in-Osaka_7455.html







Toronto-based Elaine Mokk, 18, who is of Chinese descent, bravely appears in a YouTube video with her blotchy complexion on show - before a mix of beauty products leave her looking barely recognizable. She says she uploaded the clip, which has to date attracted over six million views, in a bid to help others deal with the painful and debilitating skin disease. Scroll down for video So long, acne! Elaine Mokk, 18, from Toronto, Ontario, bravely demonstrates in a YouTube video how she conceals her blemished and pockmarked complexion with a combination of beauty products 'I really do want to share my story with everyone because I know acne affects a lot of us and I'm not alone. 'When I'm talking to someone I can see their eyes traveling on my face and then it just makes me feel really sad and I really want to cry sometimes. It makes me so insecure. Is Lena Dunham's 'overweight' body set to cover Vogue? Anna Wintour 'will buck magazine's size zero tradition in a bid to secure the Girls star' 'I would love to not put on make-up - but I can't.' First of all Ms Mokk shows how she applies a thin layer of serum all over her face. She then applies a BB cream, which in addition to hydrating and evening out skin tone, also treats the skin with antioxidants or other anti-aging ingredients. The best acne cover-up ever? Step-by-step: First of all Ms Mokk shows how she applies a thin layer of serum all over her face (left) she then applies a BB cream to hydrate and even out her skin tone (right) Clearer complexion: Next up is concealer. Ms Mokk applies dabs of the liquid to the redder blemishes on her forehead and cheeks (left) to set the foundation in place she then applies a matte powder with a brush (right) Ready to go: A final shot in the two-minute-28-second-long beauty tutorial shows Ms Mokk complete with eye make-up and lipstick 'It has great coverage, oil control and feels great on the skin. I do several dots on each area at a time and blend it in with my fingers,' the teenager says. 'I like to go back to spots that I couldn't cover up with one later. We want to even it out as much as possible first.' She adds that it's important to be careful when applying make-up because being too heavy-handed can irritate the acne. Next up is concealer. Ms Mokk applies dabs of the liquid to the redder blemishes on her forehead and cheeks using her fingers. <br>Original version here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2471613/Acne-sufferer-Elaine-Mokk-reveals-clever-make-tricks.html



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