There are several acne medications both prescription and over-the-counter available on the market. Depending on your type of acne, different ingredients could work better than others.

It is most efficient to see a dermatologist or esthetician to help determine which ingredients will best help treat your acne, or you could just try one of every product until you find one that works for you!

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There are several acne medications both prescription and over-the-counter available on the market. Depending on your type of acne, different ingredients could work better than others.

It is most efficient to see a dermatologist or esthetician to help determine which ingredients will best help treat your acne, or you could just try one of every product until you find one that works for you!

Prescription acne medications are more potent than over-the-counter remedies and include an A-Z list of sometimes confusing active ingredients! Let’s get things straight!

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Sometimes you simply don’t have the time or money to get a professional facial. These DIY homemade facial recipes are great to help your skin looking its best all year long!

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Acne is a chronic inflammatory disease of the sebaceous (relating to or producing a waxy yellowish body secretion sebum) hair follicles consisting of clogged pores & pimples. There is no cure for acne, however, it can be controlled.

There is a wide spectrum of acne products on the market, as well as old world remedies, such as witch hazel, that can really help you control your acne breakouts.

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Everybody has different skin. Whether you have acne, oily or dry skin, you’ll find this article on skin types and skin conditions an invaluable resource for helping you determine how best to treat your problematic skin. Get your skin type diagnosed incorrectly and the skin care products you use could even make your condition more irritable.

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