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Acne Information On The Real Cause Of Acne... Print E-mail
Tuesday, 24 July 2007

People spend many hours and lots of money trying to fix acne.Ongoing research is producing many innovative solutions. With the evolution of laser technology, do-it-yourself personal care has entered the realm of acne. People can now calm acne flare-ups and other skin blemishes with a variety of hand-held devices

However, the two home-based laser acne devices currently on the market - ThermaClear and Zeno - are not meant to help prevent acne or improve chronic acne, but simply treat existing blemishes.

Although the pathogenesis of acne is currently unknown, recent epidemiologic studies of non-Westernized populations suggest that dietary factors, including the glycemic load, may be involved.

Whatever the name, acne isn't just for kids anymore. According to experts, one of the fastest growing group of acne patients is women from 25 to 40.

Many people tormented by pimples find no reprieve with trusted pustule terminators like benzoyl peroxide or antibiotics.

To ease the burden of cystic acne, a qualitative study of women with acne presented in Canadian Family Physician found that many females get cosmetic relief from supportive family members, using makeup to cover acne lesions and trying self help methods.

Acnezine, the latest and most effective natural acne treatment product clears up breakouts of acne completely within few days, without any side effects. It is considered to be the safest products for acne for people, who don’t want to use chemical-based products.

Meanwhile, Therative, a developer of medical products, has launched a new FDA-cleared handheld consumer medical device called ThermaClear, which promises to clear pimples two to four times faster than those left untreated.

"If people are trying to treat mild conditions, it may help," says Dr. Harold Brody, a clinical professor of dermatology at Emory University in Atlanta. "But if it's something severe, they will need the help of a dermatologist."

Dermatologists consider the drug Accutane one of the most effective for treating acne, but it can cause brain and heart birth defects. In the U.S., regulators require prescriptions to be registered and female patients of childbearing age to receive birth control counselling and take pregnancy tests.

In the long term the secret of a healthy, glowing skin is to eat a diet that is balanced, and rich in protective nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre.

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