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Acne Treatments

Acne, also called Acne Vulgaris, is a common skin condition usually found on the face, neck, chest, shoulders, and back. Pimples, zits, and blackheads are all popular names for acne. There are many acne treatment options to help with acne, but before we go into detail on these options, it is important to note the causes of acne so you can better understand why the treatments work.

What Causes Acne?

Acne occurs when your hair follicles, or pores, become clogged. Common pollutants that clog your pores may include:

  • Bacteria
  • Oil production
  • Dead skin cells

Hormones, stress, medications, and even the foods you eat can trigger acne. Germs can make their way into the pores, causing an infection. This can be accompanied by symptoms such as swelling, redness, and pus. Acne treatment can provide relief and help to control acne as well as prevent further breakouts.

Acne Treatment

One thing to remember with acne is that there isn’t a one-solution-fits all approach to controlling it. On the plus side, this means there are options, like the suggestions below, that can help you treat and prevent acne breakouts.

Keep your face clean. Removing the pollutants that can clog your pores will help prevent acne from occurring. A clean face will also help keep germs from entering your skin and causing an infection.

Use gentle cleansers. Harsh cleansers can strip your skin of its natural oils and irritate your sensitive skin. A mild cleanser that dutifully removes dirt and gently removes dead skin is an optimal choice for skin conditions such as acne.

Use natural products. When looking for natural products for acne treatment, you may want to look for natural ingredients like vitamins and ingredients that come from natural sources like plants. Natural products like body and face serums, lotions, and creams, usually have more than one of these ingredients. We recommend Geneva Naturals Advanced Anti-Aging Facial Moisturizer or Advanced Vitamin C+E Serum

Manage breakouts and acne scars with retinol. Retinol, a powerful form of Vitamin A, is a natural ingredient that can help control acne and manage acne scars by increasing the skin’s cell turnover. It can help clear pores of dead skin cells to reduce breakouts and also fade discoloration or indentations from scars.  Try Geneva Naturals Advanced Anti-Aging Retinol Cream.

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