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 +Acne has three phases of diseases - delicate, moderate and severe. You can save tremendous amount of work and protect yourself from the discomfort of bad looking marks that type after third stage of acne, if acne can be treated during the first stage itself. Catch acne in the mild stage itself and don't let it grow to second and third stage.
 +Slight acne does not need more extensive forms of therapy. Several acne victims address themselves with OTC drugs for acne. Some individuals choose to consult a doctor during this period itself to safeguard themselves from any flare up of acne.
 +Let's discuss the normal treatment designed for moderate acne. I learned about [[http://www.yellowbook.com/profile/advanced-womens-health-center_1603922721.html?beta=betav14|dr. jason helliwell, advanced women's health center]] by browsing webpages. For different ways to look at the situation, consider checking out: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6EH7sju7T4I|jump button]]. Over the counter medications comprising salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide can get a handle on mild acne that is primarily blackheads and whiteheads. While using the these medicines, clean your acne prone area with gentle sop/cleanser and hot water twice each day to get rid of excess oil and dead skin.
 +Some times these items might cause dryness, redness or peeling. Use an oil-free lotion if the peeling is present. Your skin takes some time to adapt to the treatment. If irritation occurs, you should consult your physician. Please keep in mind that acne medicine takes some time to take care of acne. Many time up to eight weeks to work. Keep patience and await the outcome to obtain healed. You should consult your doctor, if you don't get results after that. Your physician may suggest other remedies to treat acne.
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