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For a teenager, an outbreak of acne can be socially debilitating. Lets face it, teenagers can be cruel and unthinking at times. Prevention of acne is the best course of action.
During the adolescent years, the body's metabolism is hyperactive and the oil secretion is higher than normal. Acne occurs when the pores are blocked and the oil or sebum cannot flow freely to the surface. It is important to remember that everyone has different skin type and a product that may work wonderfully for one , may not work at all for another.
When trying new acne products, only use one at any given time and give it sufficient time to work. You may not notice results, good or bad for one to two weeks. Follow the treatment as indicated and don't stop mid way because you see some signs of improvement or at times you may need to use the treatment even after you are totally cured.
There are lots of products on the market for acne. The problem is that some of the good acne treatments are very expensive and some of the cheaper acne products can dry out the skin and even worsen the condition. It is very important to use acne products that are gentle and that will not strip your skin of the natural moisture it needs to remain healthy.
ClearSkin Face Wash by Native Remedies is an all natural herbal wash that gently removes pimple causing oils and dirt without damaging the skin. In fact, with regular use, you will notice old scars fading away leaving a beautiful, clear complexion.
Remember, Acne Prevention starts from home with the basic simple things such as maintaining a healthy diet, exercise and plenty of water. With time and care, you will notice beautifully clear and radiant acne free skin.
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