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Success in Treating Acne Cases Using Photodynamic Therapy As Showed By a New Study

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The advancement of science and research lead to a new discovery in the skincare industry which involves photodynamic therapy. According to the primary investigator of the photodynamic therapy (PDT), a new study on PDT shows significant results in acne treatment. This advanced research can be a breakthrough to the …

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Acne remedy linked to possible lead poisoning

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From a recent happening, a certain treatment for acne has actually been associated with lead poisoning. The turn of events is not pleasant because the adverse effects of lead in the human body are quite grave. It is not a common occurrence for people to be poisoned by lead …

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Acne drug linked to risk of developing eye problems

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Medications have undesirable side effects. There are times when these drugs cast negative effects on a single body part or on multiple organs of the body including our sense of sight. Acne drugs are reportedly a class of medication known to have this effect. Prescription medications for severe …

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Are allergy treatments effective for curing acne?

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This one is a rather controversial topic and definitely hard to provide conclusive answers to because of the scarcity if not lack of supporting evidence or scientific literature altogether. Having allergies is distressing, a fact which is sometimes believed to be a triggering factor in terms of aggravating an …

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Acne – More Than A Skin Condition

Professor Peter Lambert of Aston University focused on Propionibacterium acnes as the bacterium responsible for a wide array of infections for the Denver Russell Memorial Lecture in January 2011. [Continue reading: Acne – More Than A Skin Condition]

Proactive Has Teamed Up With Tennis Star, Caroline Wozniacki

The world’s number one tennis champion, Caroline Wozniacki has just signed on with America’s leading acne solution, Proactive and has agreed to share her real life experience with Proactive which was an effective solution for her acne. [Continue reading: Proactive Has Teamed Up With Tennis Star, Caroline Wozniacki]

Isolaz Acne Light Treatment

Isolaz is a unique acne treatment using a vacuum broadband light to deep cleanse and purify pores starting from inside out. This deep pore purification method is not associated with any oral medications. No matter what skin type you have, Isolaz offers a revolutionary way to treat acne showing immediate results within 24 to 48 hours. [Continue reading: Isolaz Acne Light Treatment]

Spotaway – A Chrysalis Health and Beauty Limited Medicine For Treatment of Acne

Spotaway is a licensed cream, registered and approved for sale in the UK as a treatment for acne, spots or pimples. It contains Chlorhexidine gluconate, and is one of the licensed products offered by Chrysalis, a UK company specializing in marketing innovative products for the nutraceutical and personal care sectors. [Continue reading: Spotaway – A Chrysalis Health and Beauty Limited Medicine For Treatment of Acne]

iPhone Apps to Treat Acne

iPhone apps promise to clear skin using light therapy and AcneApp has drawn interest from people who want to chat with their friends while also undergoing acne treatment. Once you download the application, you have hold your to the skin, so the light therapy can start working. [Continue reading: iPhone Apps to Treat Acne]

Acne Problems May Raise Suicide Risk

People who have received treatment for severe acne may be at higher risk of committing suicide, according to a study published recently by Swedish researchers. The depression was linked more to the skin condition than to the drugs used for treatment according to researchers at the Karolinska Insitutite. [Continue reading: Acne Problems May Raise Suicide Risk]

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