Acne Treatment For Black Skin

Acne treatment for black skin is not that different than acne treatment for skin of any other color, but there are a few differences of which you should be aware of. We’ll tell you what you need to know about acne skin treatment for black skin and let you know which skincare products we really … Read more

Acne Skin Care Product Reviews

There are many acne skin products available these days but they aren’t all created equal. We’ll tell you about our favorite acne products and tell you about the pros and cons of each. We’ll also tell you about our top recommended acne skincare product for the prevention and treatment of acne. Kiss My Face Break … Read more

Best Makeup For Acne

What’s the best makeup for acne-prone skin? We’ll tell you about some things to look for when selecting cosmetics and also tell you which brand of makeup we like best. Choosing the right makeup is important if you’ve got acne-prone skin because makeup can worsen acne. It should be noted that just trying to use … Read more

Best Treatment For Adult Acne

The best treatment for adult acne may depend on a number of factors, including the cause and severity of your acne. We know it can be difficult to figure out what treatment will work best for you since there are so many different treatment options. We’ll tell you about the most commonly used treatments and … Read more

Isotretinoin For Acne

Isotretinoin for acne is the most effective treatment for severe acne, according to the May-June 2009 issue of Dermato-Endocrinology. Many people that use isotretinoin are free of acne after four to six months, while others experience significant improvement. Despite the fact that it’s very effective, many people prefer not to take isotretinoin due to the risk … Read more

What Is Acne Rosacea?

What is acne rosacea? It’s one of four subtypes of rosacea. In addition to acne rosacea, or papulopustular rosacea, other subtypes include erythematotelangiectatic rosacea (reddened, irritated skin with very visible blood vessels), phymatous rosacea (skin tissue thickens, especially on the nose) and ocular rosacea (eyes are red, dry, and irritated and the lids may be … Read more