acne treatment

  1. The ultimate skincare routine for acne-prone skin

    Targeting Common Skin Concerns: Tips For Acne, Ageing, And Hyperpigmentation

    Our skin is the largest and more visible part of our bodies. That’s why pesky spots, discolouration, and other changes to our skin’s appearance can be so frustrating. Acne and ageing are two of the most common skin complaints, with people spending billions worldwide on products to treat them. Another common skin condition that can change a person’s skin is hyper pigmentation. Lifestyle changes and home remedies can be highly successful at treating these conditions. Other people, however, may need stronger prescription medications to improve their skin. If you’re unsure where to start, our medications and skincare tips can help you get healthier, younger looking skin.

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  2. You no longer have to live with acne scars

    You No Longer Have to Live With Acne Scars

    You might sigh with relief when your acne breakout finally clears up, but some spots can leave distressing reminders behind. When acne is severe enough, it can cause noticeable pits in the skin known as acne scars.

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  3. A guide to acne and rosacea

    How Are Acne And The Papules And Pustules Of Rosacea Different?

    It used to be believed that rosacea caused acne because the bumps caused by rosacea look very similar to acne. This misconception is still prevalent today outside of medical communities so many people with rosacea mistakenly self-diagnose themselves with acne. However, rosacea and acne are two separate conditions with different causes and biochemical processes.

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  4. Acne or Rosacea: what's the difference?

    Acne or Rosacea: what's the difference?

    Spots, breakouts, and other similar skin problems don’t just happen to teenagers. While their changing hormones make their skin more likely to suffer from issues, people of any age or gender can experience skin problems at any time.

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  5. How to combat the effects of alcohol on Skin?

    How to Combat the Effects of Alcohol on Skin?

    Everyone enjoys a good tipple now and then, but drinking alcohol is one of the worst things you can consume when it comes to your complexion. People who drink often are more likely to have skin conditions and an unhealthy looking complexion because of how alcohol interacts with the skin.

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  6. How to Distinguish Between Different Types of Acne?

    How to Distinguish Between Different Types of Acne?

    You’re about to go out for a night on the town but when you check your reflection one last time in the mirror, you notice a big red bump on your face. You thought your days of spots were over but here you are as an adult with a breakout.

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  7. Is Your Diet Causing Your Acne?

    Is Your Diet Causing Your Acne?

    Spots, or acne, can be distressing no matter how old you are. Even though it is more common in adolescents, people can continue to have breakouts well into their adult years. So if your skin is plagued by red spots, you may want to rethink your diet habits.

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  8. 4 Stages of Acne and its Treatment

    4 Stages of Acne and its Treatment

    Even adults can experience the occasional breakout and no matter what age you are, acne can be very distressing. But did you know that there are actually 4 different types of acne?

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  9. What Are the Top Foods that Cause Acne?

    What Are the Top Foods that Cause Acne?

    Recent studies have begun to show that your mother might have been right about certain foods making your skin worse. While the studies are still ongoing, results imply that there may be a link between certain foods, drinks and acne.

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  10.  Acne, Anxiety, and Depression: What’s the Relationship?

    Acne, Anxiety, and Depression: What’s the Relationship?

    Have you ever noticed your skin seems to look and feel worse whenever you’re stressed? That’s because when you’re under stress your whole body is affected, including your skin.

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