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Cystic acne is the most severe form of acne. It generally affects men more than women and most people develop it in their teens. However, it can start as young as eight years old or can even show up when you’re in your 50s. Cystic acne is more prevalent on the face, but it can occur on the chest, back, upper arms and shoulders. It is generally combatted with blue and red light therapy. What is cystic acne? When you have a breakout and a pimple forms it is due to your pores getting clogged with debris, dirt and dead skin cells. The pores can also trap in bacteria, which is what causes the area to become red and swollen. For most people, pimples are the worst of it and simple over-the-counter acne medication is enough to treat breakouts. However,…


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In the weeks after you’ve undergone an acne treatment, you’ll notice that your skin has become more radiant than ever. Pimples and blemishes will reduce and you’ll be positively glowing. However, that doesn’t mean you can sit back and relax. Acne treatments will reduce the amount of pimples and blemishes you get in the future (in some cases they prevent them completely, depending on your skin) but, you’ll still need to take care of your skin on a regular basis. Here are five ways to keep up that post-acne treatment glow. Up your Antioxidants Skin care products that are laden with antioxidants like vitamin C can help restore your skin, making it feel smoother and more balanced. Antioxidants also protect it from environmental factors like dust, grease and anything else that’s floating around that can harm your skin. Exfoliate with…


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Acne is a common skin disorder that affects both men and women. It is often thought of as a teenager’s problem because it starts around the onset of puberty; however, adults can be plagued with acne too. If you’ve tried over-the-counter products but are still plagued by acne, you may be considering laser acne treatment. Before you decide if this is the right or wrong procedure for you, these six facts can help. Here’s what you need to know: There is no cure for acne but you can prevent it. As of yet, scientists have not found a cure for acne. They know it is caused by excess oil production, dead skin cells, clogged pores and bacteria, but they have not found a full solution to this epidermal problem. Still, acne is preventable, especially if you use laser treatments. The…


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