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    Use Vitman E, it really helps! Wash your face atleast twice a day, and buy an alchohol liquid that you can wipe your face with a cotton pad once a day. I use one from 'Clinique'. It's called the 'Clinique Clarifying Lotion'. Best Of luck

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    **Brenda** Female

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    we have an echo on our board. Michealleo if you continue to "echo" we will boot you to echo valley!! stop spamming.

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    Nice information has been shared by you and hope it will works when we use it.

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    There are lots of reasons why a person develops adult acne. But, it is important to take note that majority of the people that suffers from this condition are those who also experienced acne problems during their teens. some of the essential tips are:-
    1) First, buy a reputable over the counter acne treatment product
    2) Second, for serious breakout and if OTC products do not seem to work undergo cosmetic procedures in a reputable derma clinic.
    3) Third, never squeeze your acne
    4) Fourth, eat healthy foods

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    **clara kim** Female

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    Los Angeles, California


    Is there anything you can do about old acne scars?

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    Great tips! I use Amore Gold argan oil and organic rosemary oil and they really cleared my skin!

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    Treating adult acne is tricky. Most acne medications are geared to teens' oily skin, a bad choice for drier adult skin. Effective treatment often requires a trial-and-error approach that takes time, Keri says. Her recommendations include:

    Cleansers: Cetaphil and Aquanil are the most gentle. Avoid too-strong gels and products containing beads or granules, which are abrasive and can irritate and worsen sensitive skin.

    Creams and lotions: Use an over-the-counter retinol product to clean pores and help reduce fine wrinkles. Prevent discoloration and fade acne scars with products that contain salicylic and glycolic acids. And to spot-treat a breakout, use a product with benzoyl peroxide, which helps kill bacteria.

    Prescription medications: The topical antibiotic clindamycin helps fight bacteria in the skin; so does tetracycline, another antibiotic, taken orally. Oral contraceptives and spironolactone, a blood pressure drug, can help balance hormones. A gel containing dapsone, an antibiotic, helps fight infection and inflammation involved in acne.

    High-tech solutions: Laser and intense pulsed light treatments mainly target scars, but blue light therapy treatments kill acne-causing bacteria. These treatments are costly, though, so explore your other options first.

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    **Alicia Clarke** Male

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    Very helpful tips. I think tomato is helpful for skin. Apply on face and leave it for 15-20 minutes and after that wash it properly and see the difference.

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    **naturesorganic** Male

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    Great tips, i hope your tips is very helpful for me and others.

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