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Acne is one of the few things that every teenager is afraid of. It has adverse effects on your self-esteem and may even lead to problems like depression if not cured on time and properly.

The market is flooded with a score of acne products. It is important to know about the available products before letting testing them on your precious skin. One should also keep in mind that not every treatment may suit you. And what may be perfect for your friend may make your situation even worse. This makes it even more important to not get into traps. The most important rule for using acne products is that when you test any product it should not cause any itching or burning sensation. It should not be harsh on your skin and should be suited to your skin type.

A score of masks, scrubs, creams and gels are available in the market.

Acne does not have any quick and easy treatment, though a lot of products may have you believe otherwise. You have to be careful not to get into traps and use things best suited to your type of skin. Any medication that causes burning sensation or itching to your skin is not for you and you should consult a doctor immediately if that happens. You can choose from natural or medicated medicine for acne. Natural medicines are a combination of plant extracts and medicated medicines are based on chemicals like benzoyl peroxide or salycic acid.

All leading brands of cosmetics have medications for acne and your doctor may prescribe any of them depending on your skin type and the concentration of chemical used.

Few acne products that are available in the market are Oxy10 balance emergency spot treatment, Clinique Acne Solutions emergency gel lotion, DDF BP Gel 5% with Tea tree oil, pH isoderm 4-way daily acne cleanser, Biore blemish bomb, Johnson & Johnson Persa Gel, Biore Blemish Double Treatment and many more.

While some products need to be used on a regular basis as they prevent any bursts, others are also available which can be used in times of emergencies.

But no matter what anyone may advice you, only you can be the best judge of products that suit you. You should keep in mind your skin types and any allergies that affect you. Skin is something that you should treat very carefully and should avoid using excessive chemicals on. It is something that may cost you a bomb if permanently damaged.

Stein Ove Stien is the manager of 1acne-treatment.com with Acne Blogs Guides and Acne Treatment Articles

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