Along with the makers of Clearasil, the makers of Noxzema (sometimes misspelled Noxema) skin care products are the dominant forces in low-cost acne skin care. The problem with Noxzema is that its acne products just don’t work for any but the oiliest allergy-free skin.
Neutrogena produces some of the best known and bestselling skin care products for mild to moderate acne and even created what some call a true rival to Proactiv – the Skin Id system. They are reasonably priced and available in drugstores and discount stores everywhere. The problem with the Neutrogena line is that some Neutrogena […]
Neosporin is a good way to treat pimples that look like ordinary acne that are not really caused by acne bacteria. But it won’t get rid of acne for good.
Dermatologist, pharmacist, and medical school professor, Dr. Howard Murad is a man on a mission, to provide the world with the skin care products he wished he had had for his first 50,000 patients. A practicing dermatologist for decades, Dr. Murad and his family set up a company to provide acne and wrinkle treatment products […]
Lerosett is a Swedish maker of acne products. They make bold claims for products that seem to be designed for fair skin—but do their products work?
Glycolic acid is one of the most useful products for “peeling” the skin to remove the brown spots that often linger on the skin after acne heals. Glycolic acid has to be used at the right concentration and at the right pH to work, and not every skin type responds well to glycolic acid in […]
Acne gels can be great for spot treatment of unsightly pimples. Acne gels can begin to fade the brown spots left behind when acne heals just about as soon as you notice them. All acne gels are not equally effective, however, and finding an acne gel that works takes careful reading of the product label—but […]
If you Google the term “acne,” you will get links to over 117,000,000 pages—just in English alone. There is no shortage of information about acne on Internet, but how do you find the best acne websites? Here are 10 things to look for.
When it comes to treating acne, one product never works for everyone. Choosing products that will help clear up your skin—and that won’t make it worse—depends on knowing your skin type. Products that work for dry skin won’t work for oily skin. Products that work for tight skin won’t work for loose skin. Products that […]
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