Activated Charcoal for Acne – Does it really work?

Charcoal has been known as a natural medication for many years. Its structure of millions of tiny-little pores endows it with enormous detoxifying capabilities. Taken orally, it has been proven to fight poisoning and overdose by binding toxins and other micro-particles like bacteria, chemicals or dirt. Just recently activated charcoal has gained momentum in conquering the cosmetics industry and is also depicted as the magic bullet against acne.

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Exposed Skin Care: A Detailed Review

We all hear about those magical treatments: „Revolutionary skin care system that treats acne, prevents new breakouts and returns the skin to its natural, healthy balance!”, “results within in days”, “Money back guarantee” and all this while having thousands of 5-star ratings!

Well, I found that the product line of Exposed Skin Care is one of those. In this article, I will thoroughly investigate if it can live up to its reputation.

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10 Daily Practices to Prevent Acne

In this article, I will present 10 powerful daily practices that will help you to prevent acne. If you already suffer from it, they will greatly reduce its severity and frequency. Some of them might sound trivial but often ingenuity lies within simplicity. Make those practices integral part of your daily routine and first results will show up within 2 weeks. Check out the Infographic I made, it that sums up the 10 practices. Feel free to download and print it – putting it somewhere where you will see it every day, will help to get your daily routine set.

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Tea Tree Oil for Acne – Does it really work?

Discovered in Australia, Tea Tree Oil has been used as a home remedy to fight various skin related issues for more than 100 years. Its antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal characteristics are said to be especially beneficial for acne treatment. In this article, I will investigate if Tea Tree Oil for acne really works, how to apply it most effectively and how you choose the right product!

If you’re looking for the answers to some (or all) of those questions, keep reading. Today, I will examine the properties of Tea Tree Oil thoroughly and determine its effectiveness when dealing with acne.

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Mupirocin and Neosporin – Their Effectiveness When Fighting Acne

Acne is a common skin problem that affects over 80% of the world population. Unless genetics or various kinds of diseases are to blame, acne occurs when the body produces too much sebum – the skin’s oil. This leads to the excess oil and environmental dust clogging pores and creating a favorable environment for P.acnes – the acne-causing bacteria that is naturally present on the skin, yet breeds exceptionally well in an anaerobic environment – to breed due to the skin not being able to get enough oxygen.

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Glycolic Acid for Acne – An Expert Review

Acne is a common problem for over 80% of the world population and it is a real pain for all of us. Depending on your specific case, genetics, environmental conditions, chemistry and a bunch of other reasons, it may be difficult to find a product/active ingredient that really helps deal with acne for good, and that’s exactly where we come in to help.

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Zinc for Acne Treatment – What Makes It Worth a Try for Every Acne Case

You’ve probably heard a ton of stories how zinc has helped various people cure their acne, who literally swear by it and recommend it to everyone they meet. Can zinc really clear every type of zit though? Does it work the same for all people? Does it dependent on the severity of the case? What form of zinc should you look for? Do you need topical or supplemented zinc?

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Noxzema Acne Treatment Products – An Expert Review

If you’re constantly suffering from acne and have already started to think that you’ll probably going to have them for the rest of your life and are about to give up, don’t! The thing is, acne is a problem for over 80% of the world population and while the severity of each case varies greatly, all of those cases can be treated effectively. The only thing you need to do, is find the one product (or a combination of various products) that works for your skin type, unique chemistry and genetics.

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