Acne Prevention

What is Acne?
Acne Myths
For the Parents of Teens with Acne
What Really Causes Acne?
Types of Acne
Severe Acne
Natural Acne Remedies
Over-the-Counter Acne Remedies
Turning to Prescriptions
Surgical Options
Acne Prevention
Hygiene Products and Your Acne
Treating Your Acne Scars
Laser Treatments and Dermabrasion to Help Cure Acne
What You Should Know Before Taking Accutane

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Here is a final checklist of valuable acne prevention methods:

•  Find a regimen and stick with it - Pick your medication and treatment method and do not deviate from it unless you achieve measurable results or find that the condition is worsening.

•  Don't use alcohol - Do not use products, like toners, if they contain heavy concentrations of isopropyl alcohol. This can do more damage than good.

•  Don't over-wash - With the myth of dirt being a cause of blemishes or acne, cut down the times you wash. Two should be the limit each day. Anymore, and you risk increasing the breakouts you have.

•  Choose skin products carefully - Don't get harsh or abrasive scrubs that can tear the skin and further aggravate the acne.

•  Wash after exercising - Don't forget to hit the shower after you've had a workout. The friction and moisture caused by clothing rubbing against the skin can create the perfect conditions for acne production.

•  Avoid constant touching or picking at your face - This is pretty self-explanatory. These activities can cause bacteria to get into pores and create acne....


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Disclaimer:  While this information is meant to provide you with the information you need to combat acne, it is highly recommend that you consult a physician before you begin any form of treatment for your acne. If you have any side effects as a result of this information, consult a physician immediately. These articles are provided for informational purposes only.

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