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Acne Treatment

Acne is a skin condition that not only causes pain and embarrassment to its sufferers, but also holds the potential to cause lifelong disfigurement through scarring of the skin. Fortunately, there are many options available to the acne sufferer today that not only eliminates the day-to-day dread of dealing with acne, but also prevents the sufferer from developing lifelong scars.

Though there are various acne treatments available, not all treatments work successfully on all people. The key is in working with a dermatologist or physician to find the course of treatment that works best for your individual condition.


When choosing acne treatments you can choose from over the counter products or obtain a prescription from your physician or dermatologist. Generally, milder forms of acne will respond well to over the counter remedies, whereas more severe forms will need a prescription. The more severe the Acne, the more powerful the treatment will need to be.

Some of the more common over the counter treatments include: Benzoyl Peroxide, Sulfur, Salicylic Acid, and Resorcinol. These ingredients can be found in products such as Clearasil, Oxy Night Watch, Stri-dex, Neutrogena, and Fostex.

More severe cases of acne will require a prescription. Some of the most commonly prescribed treatments include: Adapalene (commonly referred to as Differin), Azelaic Acid (commonly referred to as: Azelex), Prescription strength Benzoyl Peroxide, Clindamycin, Erythromycin, Isotretinoin (commonly referred to as Accutane), Antibiotics that are taken orally), Birth Control pills, Sodium Sulfacetamide (commonly known as Klaron, Novacet, and Sulfacet-R), Tazorotene (commonly known as Tazorac), Tretinoin (commonly referred to as Retin A, Renova, or Avita.

As you can tell, there are many different treatments available. For those who suffer from acne, finding a course of treatment that is beneficial is crucial to ensuring that you prevent flare-ups from occurring and reduce the chance of suffering permanent scarring.

In addition to the above-mentioned, there are also many other forms of treatment readily available. Some treatments are in the form of a spot treatment, or a preparation that you apply to each individual pimple. There are also many cleansers, facial, and body washes that are designed to treat it. There are pads and facial wipes that contain ingredients such as Benzoyl Peroxide, there are also skin toners and astringents that help to shrink the pores, and there are a wide variety of natural remedies, herbs, and vitamin supplements used to treat acne.
Some of the more popular herbal and vitamin treatments include: Vitamin A, Fish Oil, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin B5, Zinc, and herbs such as Neem and Basil have been used for many centuries in the treatment of acne.

The key in using any acne treatment is to recognize that all treatments take a course of several months before they are really effective. In fact, with some treatments, you may even notice that the condition gets worse before it begins to improve. Because so many may carry side effects, it is vitally important that your physician knows what products you are using, including over the counter remedies. Also, your doctor may determine that a combination of products will be the most effective course of treatment. By working with your physician or dermatologist, you can rest assured that you will successfully treat it.

 

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