I believe that you should know what your acne is really like, so that you can make the best decisions for your skin.
As a side note, I've been researching products against acne for years. I've been talking to many skin care professionals, dermatologists, and scientists on this topic for a while. One common question I receive is how can acne be treated with a product. I would like to help people find the right product for their skin and skin problems, and help you get rid of your pimples. What is acne? Acne is the name for a condition in which the skin gets overactive, producing excessive sebum. A person's acne is an abnormal accumulation of sebum. If your acne is severe, it can result in a whole lot of things, including breakouts, redness, peeling, itching, or even scarring. Acne is usually caused by too much sebum production, but in extreme cases, the skin becomes so thick that it appears white. Acne is very common in many age groups. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 20 percent of Americans over the age of 15 have acne. It's very common to get acne at any age, but especially in older people.