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                                     Points to Ponder When Choosing Acne Treatments
                                                                By Wong Darren



   Basically, there is no cure for acne. However, there are many acne treatment products that one can
use in order to control acne breakouts. In general, there are three kinds of acne treatment products –
topical, systemic and procedural. The choice for an acne treatment program large depends on the
severity and the type of the acne problem. Expert dermatologists will have to determine the patient's
acne severity grade before they can provide you with an effective treatment plan.

Classifications of acne cases

 There are three classifications used for acne severity. Grade I and Grade II classifications signify mild
to moderate acne cases. These acne levels can be treated with over the counter products and
prescription drugs.

 As for those patients who have Grade III and Grade IV cases (moderately severe to very severe cases
of acne), they should be treated by expert dermatologists before trying out acne products. Using the
wrong acne treatment product can potentially worsen the skin infection. Applying an acne treatment gel
or lotion that is not compatible for your skin type can potentially promote more acne breakouts.

Seeking the help of an esthetician

 An esthetician is commonly referred to as a “skin care therapist”. They are experts in treating and
beautifying the skin. Contrary to common misconceptions however, they are not medical doctors. They
just perform various cosmetic procedures that promote skin beautification – from facials to waxing.

 For patients who have Grade I and II levels of acne, they can seek the help of an esthetician. These
experts can also provide good advice on skin care and various forms of treatments for acne. They can
also perform deep cleansing treatment procedures that can get rid of comedones. Estheticians usually
work at spas and skin clinics.

When should you see a Dermatologist?

 A dermatologist is a physician who specializes in the medical science for the skin. He deals with skin
diseases and how such should be treated. He can teach you how to take care of your skin and

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technically, your dermatologists is your best ally in the quest to fight off acne.

 Without a doubt, the best time to consult a dermatologist is when you notice that your acne becomes
persistent or if acne breakouts spread quickly all over your skin. Cystic acne also demands an expert’s
attention.

 The dermatologist will analyze your condition and skin type, as well as the severity of your acne
problem. In most cases, your treatment plan will include lifestyle changes as well as the application of
various topical products. Over the counter topical treatments are creams, lotions, and ointments that
contain salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, sulfur, and resorcinol. As for the prescription treatments, they
may be made of azelaic acid, topical retinoids, and topical antibiotics.

 If topical medications won’t work, systemic acne treatments such as oral antibiotics, isotretinoin, and
hormonal treatments can also be used. When topical and systemic treatments fail, procedural
treatment such as comedone extractions, light chemical peels, microdermabrasion, Corticosteroid
injections, and phototherapy can also be used.

Darren is an online medical researcher and webmaster of: 1. http://www.10acne.com 2.
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                                  How To Find The Most Effective Acne Treatments
                                                           By Nathan James



 It's dreaded by teenagers everywhere - regardless of their skin color, the language they speak or what
social circles they run in. If anything is going to bring the youth of today together in a common cause,
it's the fight against acne.

Teenagers everywhere are constantly on the lookout for effective acne treatments, but just as acne
can come in many forms and degrees of severity, there are many different treatments available. The
one that will work best for one person won't necessarily be the best for someone else.

Before you can decide on the best treatment option, it helps to understand what it is that actually
causes acne. It's commonly believed to be caused by poor hygiene, but that isn't the case. It is actually
caused by changes in the body that can't (and shouldn't) be stopped.

Teenage acne is often due to hormonal changes in the body that causes excess secretion of oil, which
can block pores and trap dirt and moisture. The result is the blackheads and pimples that are so
common among teens.

Effective treatments are available for the various forms of acne, and a dermatologist will be able to
thoroughly diagnose a particular case and recommend the proper treatment.

If you've ever looked at the many acne treatments that are available at any drug store or pharmacy,
you'll probably have seen shelves full of creams, gels and lotions that promise to be the cure to end all
acne problems.

These treatments work for some people and not for others, but they are often attempting to treat any
and all forms of acne, which just isn't possible. The most effective treatments will be tailored for a given
person's acne.

Some of these treatments will include azelaic acid creams, benzoyl peroxide or Accutane. They may
be in the form of topical creams or lotions. Each of these treatments is best suited to deal with certain
types of acne, with varying strengths depending on the severity of the acne.

Many teens spend a lot of time and money trying every possible treatment to get rid of their acne. The
trouble is, the treatments are often not dealing with the cause in their particular situation. A visit to a
dermatologist is the best way to get a proper diagnosis and treatment plan, customized for a particular
case.

Are you looking for ways to deal with teenage acne problems? The Acne Squad website offers helpful
tips and advice at http://www.acnesquad.com where you can read more and sign up for our free
newsletter.




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