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Body Acne Treatment

Acne occurs when the base of hair follicles in skin gland’s become clogged with sebum and then become infected with the P acnes bacterium. Acne is most common on the face, but it can also affect the back, arms, shoulders, chest, and legs.

Many people are dismayed to learn that they suffer from body acne. They are typically more surprised when they discover how difficult it can be to treat body acne due to the fact the skin on areas such as the back and shoulders is tighter and more dense than on the face.
Exercise and physical exertion has been shown to exasperate the condition of body acne. It is also more prevalent in men than in females. Also, many people complain that they find it difficult to treat areas by themselves, such as the back and shoulders.

Many people who suffer from body acne find that wearing loose clothing is critical to improving the results of treatment. Since irritation can cause further discomfort, wearing clothes that are breathable and loose fitting provide the most comfort.

The type of medication that you choose to treat body acne will depend upon the severity of your condition. Some people find that over the counter treatments such as Benzoyl Peroxide are sufficient enough to deal with outbreaks. Other people may find that their cases are more severe and require the use of prescription medications.

You should seek the advice of your physician or even a dermatologist to help you determine the best course of action for a body acne treatment. There are numerous medications, prescriptions, topical remedies, herbal supplements, creams, and lotions that are all recommended for treating acne in its various forms. Therefore, it is crucial that you have the recommendation of a professional to help choose the best product for your individual needs.

Most treatments require a specific length of daily use before results are noticed. When taking a body Acne treatment, it is imperative that you follow all of the directions accordingly and use the product in a routine manner. You should also read the label with any acne treatment and be prepared to notice any side effects. All side effects should be reported to your health care worker immediately.
There are many natural, herbal, and vitamin supplements that are often used in the treatment of body acne. Herbal remedies are often preferred due to the fact that they typically have fewer side effects than prescription medications. However, it is still recommended that you make your health care worker aware of any body acne treatment remedies you are using, whether they are herbal or not. Even herbal remedies may have interactions with other medications that you may be taking. Some natural remedies include applying Aloe Vera Gel, Witch Hazel, Vitamin E, Cinnamon Oil, Chamomile extract, Tea Tree Oil, Lavender, Echinacea, and Calendula Oil.

Whether you are using a topical, over the counter treatment or an herbal remedy, you should always use caution when choosing a body Acne treatment if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Sometimes, the fluctuating hormones of pregnancy may cause body acne or other skin conditions. Be sure to consult with your physician or obstetrician before choosing a product.


 

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