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Acne & Skin Care

Acne is a common clinical condition that mostly occurs in teen however, it can arise at any age. Acne mostly arises on the face but can occur on other parts too most often on the chest, back, shoulders and upper arms. Acne can be of different forms such as whiteheads and swollen nodules or pimples, blackheads, reddish bumps, boil- like swellings, or pus-filled bumps. The reason for acne can be different to every individual, however, in teens, the most known cause of acne is hormonal changes. Acne normally appears because of blockage of skin pores. This blockage happens due to an excessive secretion from the skin’s oil glands and accumulated, dead skin cells. Acne dramatically vanishes facial expression and enjoys of the twenties. An acne patient may feel lack of self-esteem, as tend to feel inferior due to physical appearance. It is not possible to avoid acne, though one can try to keep tabs on it and avoid major spots.

Normal and continuous treatments can offer aid from acne. An individual can use acne cream to decrease the inflammation due to acne. Nearly all medications, creams, and acne liquids contain benzyl peroxide and retinoid. These medications kill the bacteria there in acne and dry up the skin. Simple acne can be relieved with many home remedies. Here are some common simple remedies and solutions for the treatment of acne that can be accessible:

Retinol-A Cream 0.025%, Retin-A Micro Cream, Retino-A Cream 0.05%, A-Ret Gel .025%, A-Ret Gel 0.05%, Retino-A Cream 0.1%, Tazret Gel .05% 15gm, Benza-gel, Silcream, Dexomet0.25%, Purim, Clindac, Adaferin gel, Silverex Ionic, Acnelak CL-Z Cleocin, Melacare cream, Himlaya  Amalaki and Nexret Cream.

Some safety tips may help to salvage acne conditions including:

  • Intake a healthy diet,
  • Using water-based cosmetics,
  • Washing face with non-irritating soap,
  • Avoid touching acne or other facial spots with hands and spreading the infection further.

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