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Oily Skin or Acne Problems

Acne is a common condition caused by chronic inflammation of the hair follicle or pore, leading to localised redness and swelling. Acne is associated with increased oil production, and people with acne often notice and complain of the greasiness of their skin, especially areas such as the face, chest and back.

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Acne Treatments

Acne is a condition of the skin, which causes spots, especially on the face, shoulders, and upper back. Acne tends to begin at puberty, and although most sufferers are over it within a few years, it may carry on for life.

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Light Treatment for Acne

Blue light is probably the best-known light therapy for acne treatment. Dermatologists have been using Acne Blue Light Treatment to minimize and eliminate outbreaks for over two decades.The FDA approved blue light therapy for treating acne in August 2002.
In contrast to other treatments, patients do not have to apply a cream to their skin and it's free from side effects. The technique simply relies on the interaction of the blue light with the infected skin. Blue light acne treatment is a non-invasive treatment that uses light in the blue wavelength range of 405-420 nm to kill the Propionobacterium acnes or P. acnes bacteria in skin.


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Enlarged Pores

Enlarged pores are a common concern for many women of all ages and skin types, especially for those with oily and combination skin.

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Acne Scar Treatments

A number of medical and non medical treatments are available to treat acne scars. Although a total correction of scarred tissue deformities cannot always be achieved, the primary goal is to improve the appearance. The more invasive treatments are injections, dermabrasion and lasers, which can be painful, expensive and requires recovery time.

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Acne Fighting Ingredients

A good skincare regime may be sufficient for those with mild-moderate acne. Retinols, salicylic acid , glycolic acid and azelaic acid will all have impact on comedonal lesions, whereas benzoyl peroxide,salicylic acid and niacinamide have good anti-inflammatory properties.

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Cetaphil's Acne Guide

Acne is one of the most common skin problems. It affects most teenagers to some degree and even many adults. Acne shows up as whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, and, in some people, deep painful bumps that look and feel like boils. Acne most commonly occurs on the face but can also appear on the back, chest, shoulders and neck. In most people, acne clears up after a few years. But at its worst, acne can be persistent and can cause permanent scarring of the skin.



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Which products do I use to treat Acne?

Acne is a common skin condition and continues to be a difficult skin complaint to treat. It affects men, women and children of all ages from teenagers to people in their 50's

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What is Acne?

Acne is the most common skin condition and affects 80% of people at some point in their life. Acne is caused by the body’s immune system creating an inflammatory response to bacteria that lives in the skin called P.acnes.

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Video - Acne treatment Tips

Take a look at My video talking about Acne treatments

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Video - Baby Quasar Clear Rayz Acne Light Therapy

Take a look at My video talking about the New Baby Quasar Acne Clear Rayz Device.

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Sun and Acne

Manage Sun Damage and Acne with Papulex

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Papulex - What is Acne ?

Acne can result from a number of causes including stress, lack of sleep and hormonal imbalance. It is generally agreed that there are four main physical factors that cause acne

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Papulex's very own skincare ambassador Dr Farah shares her Acne top skin care tips

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Acne is a common condition caused by chronic inflammation of the hair follicle or pore, leading to localised redness and swelling. 

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Common skincare mistakes when caring for acne-prone skin

5 Skincare Mistakes That Are Making Your Acne Worse

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