Monthly Archives: December 2013

Can You Tell The Difference Between Acne Fact And Fiction?

acne facts or myths quiz

True Using some extra acne cream or medication daily can help prevent future breakouts. True Eating chocolate or greasy foods can cause an acne breakout. True Stress can make acne worse. True False Squeezing or popping pimples helps remove pus and oil, allowing your skin to heal more quickly. True Scrubbing acne helps unclog pores and clear the skin. True Acne is a teenage problem.
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With More Adults Getting Acne, New Treatment Uses Light

The trick is to make sure ALA is taken up only by the targeted cellsthose that are causing the acneand not by surrounding cells, http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/best-acne-treatment-facts—latest-breaking-news-231578181.html such as nerve cells. When nerve cells take up the ALA and are destroyed, the result is pain, Dr. Pariser says. Off-label photodynamic acne treatments are legal and rely on a doctor’s judgment. “In practice we use kind of what’s available and what’s practical,” says Elma Baron, dermatology professor at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, who is currently running a clinical trial of photodynamic therapy to treat a type of skin cancer.
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