Commercial_Acne_Treatments_vs._Home_Remedies by webman01

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Commercial Acne Treatments vs. Home Remedies


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There are a number of both commercial and home remedy acne treatments, which are designed to help treat
acne. The most popular of home remedies is the recommendation to wash your face twice each day, with
the best times to be in the morning and before you go to bed at night. Keep in mind that it is best to avoid
scrubbing too hard as this may aggravate, or even result in, acne.



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There are a number of both commercial and home remedy acne treatments, which are designed to help treat
acne. The most popular of home remedies is the recommendation to wash your face twice each day, with
the best times to be in the morning and before you go to bed at night. Keep in mind that it is best to avoid
scrubbing too hard as this may aggravate, or even result in, acne.


There are many benefits to both commercial acne treatments and home remedies. Among them, commercial
or prescription acne treatments are often medically recommended. On the flip side, home remedy acne
treatments are not medically tested, but they are natural, free and usually contain ingredients that are not
harmful. This is not always the case with commercial or prescription acne treatments, which often carry the
potential for serious side effects. In addition, they can be quite expensive.


No matter which acne treatment you use, be careful of possible irritation. The last thing that you will want
is to aggravate an acne-prone area with a treatment product as this would defeat the entire purpose. The best
way to begin with any cream or lotion treatment is to apply the product to a small test area of skin in order to
make sure there are no incompatibilities with your skin. In addition, make sure to read any warning or
cautionary product labels to make sure that you are using the contents properly. In order for acne treatment
medication to work, it has to be used correctly.


If you are searching for popular over the counter acne treatments, you are likely to find a variety of choices.
Among them, medicated pads for wiping over the face, lotions, face wash, etc. Prescription acne treatments
are often provided to those who need a more aggressive approach at acne treatment and may include the
same product categories at a higher level of medication. Home remedy acne treatments include lotions
containing aloe vera, a facial mask consisting of 4 tablespoons of honey and one grated apple, an oatmeal
and water paste, etc.


This article is to be used for informational purposes only. The information contained herein is not intended
to be used in place of, or in conjunction with, professional medical advice regarding the use of any
commercial or home remedy acne treatment. Prior to beginning any treatment regimen, the patient must
consult a licensed medical doctor or dermatologist for advice and/or to determine the best course of action
for his/her individual situation.




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