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Acne. Something most of us have struggled with at one time. Spots/Blemishes or Acne can be soul destroying. It wreaks peoples self esteems.
Dealing with normal to moderate acne isn't hard to do and in the link below i will show you how to clear up most acne in as little as one week. While its not a complete cure all, it can eliminate the disease for most moderate cases.
how to cure acne in one week!
If you're struggling with blackheads then this video might also be of help. While it can take a little longer to completely eliminate blackheads - its very much worth it.
Watch me cover my acne in 60 seconds! Truly flawless skin in under a minute!
The first myth is the notion that you can dry up a blemish. Water is the only thing you can "dry up," and a blemish has nothing to do with being wet. Skin cells, however, do contain water, and when you dry up the skin you are really drying up the water in the skin cell. Drying up skin impairs the intercellular matrix (skin's protective barrier), which can increase the presence of bacteria in the pore and cause flaking and a tight, dry feeling. None of that stops breakouts, but it can lead to irritation and add another predicament to your skin-care woes. What's true is that blemishes are aggravated by oil production, which needs to be reduced and/or absorbed. Absorbing oil on the skin or in the pore is a radically different process from drying up skin. When you "dry" a blemish, all you're doing is reducing its water content via drying or very absorbent ingredients. That will make the blemish appear smaller, but it slows healing and exaggerates flaking, which really doesn't make things look better.
The second myth is that blemishes are caused by dirty skin. Unfortunately, this mistaken belief causes harsh overcleaning of the face with soaps and strong detergent cleansers. That only increases the risk of irritation and dryness, while doing nothing to prevent blemishes. Not only that, the ingredients in bar cleansers and soaps that keep them in a hard bar form can clog pores and actually cause breakouts. The truth is that gentle cleansing and overall gentle skin care are critical to getting breakouts under control (Source: Cutis, December 2001, Supplemental, pages 12--19).
The third myth is that you can spot-treat blemishes. You can reduce the redness and swelling of a blemish with a salicylic acid (BHA) based product or with a benzoyl peroxide--based product, but treating acne that way is a bad idea. For most types of blemishes (other than those created by an immediate reaction to a cosmetic or some other topical irritant or sensitizing reaction), by the time it shows up on the surface of the skin it has been at least two to three weeks in the making. It takes time for conditions in the pore to create a blemish. Dealing with only the blemishes you see means you would be ignoring the blemishes that are in the process of forming.
The fourth myth is that ingredients like alcohol, menthol, peppermint, eucalyptus, or lemon have any benefit for acne. If anything, those ingredients not only are damaging to the skin's barrier, thus inhibiting healing, but they also generate irritation and irritation can cause an increase in oil production. This is because stress-sensing nerve endings in the skin increase oil production in the sebaceous (oil) gland (Sources: Clinical Dermatology, September-October 2004, pages 360--366; and Dermatology, January 2003, pages 17--23). All skin types need to avoid unnecessary irritants, but this rule is even more dire when acne is present.
The above is taken from cosmeticscop.com
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