Saturday, September 27, 2008

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« ...Since many cases of acne are unique to the individual, one shouldn't just presume that all acne prescription medications do the same thing, because they don't. The ingredients within the medications can vary, and sometimes the medications may even go so far as to have bad, unwanted and unneeded side effects within certain individuals. It's therefore important that you discuss all this with your treating health care professional to ensure that you're purchasing the right form of medication....
...Benzoyl peroxide is a very common ingredient used in acne treatment products. If you have mild acne, you can treat it with acne products that contain 5% to 5% benzoyl peroxide. Benzoyl peroxide is effective in treating acne, but it can cause drying of the skin and it can feel like the skin is burning, which is why some people choose not to use acne treatment products that have this ingredient....»
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«...Using acne skincare products can be very beneficial for breakouts as they are often designed to dry up this excess oil and wash away the dirt and bacteria as well. However it's not a good idea to use these products on any other part of the face; acne skincare are usually very strong and don't actually prevent breakouts. Using them on the sensitive areas of the cheeks and neck when you don't have pimples there can dry up that skin and cause it to be red and irritated. Remember that acne skincare applies to acne only and not to other, more sensitive areas of the face....»
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