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Estrogen and acne relationship

Estrogen and Acne – A Research-Backed Actionable Guide

Fighting acne is not a race, it's a marathon.

This research-backed post, dissecting the estrogen and acne relationship, is an important episode of our quest for finding all the true causes of acne and its successful treatments.
Candida and acne relationship

Candida and Acne – 5 Alarming Facts Researches Reveal

Acne affects men and women from all age groups and has a profound impact on the psycho-social aspect of life.As you seek all the important information regarding what is causing your acne, make sure you don’t miss out on candida and acne relationship.
Does Chocolate Cause Acne?

Does Chocolate Cause Acne? Here’s What Researches Tell Us

Chocolate is blamed for a variety of medical and health problems but does chocolate cause acne in particular? The clichéd response would be, “Yes!” but the true answer remains ambiguous to all of us. In a quest of finding out, let’s first go back a little and see what actually causes acne.

How to Get Rid of Oily Skin – 12 Expert Tips to Clear &...

Oily skin isn’t only odd looking and extremely daunting to have, but it also gives birth a host of skin problems, acne being the most prominent.

This blog post contains several golden nuggets of tips for excess oil removal and overall oily skin care. I highly recommend reading it to the end to get the most out of it.

Why Should You Get Rid of Oily Skin?

First off, you might want to know why is it important to remove excessive oil on your skin, especially when you’re suffering from or expecting acne breakouts.

To get a clear understanding of this, let’s take a quick look at how acne develops:
scalp acne treatment and causes.

Scalp acne: Top 5 treatments you can try today

Scalp acne, or scalp pimples as most people say, is something quite rarely seen. The vast majority of people suffer with acne on their chest, face, or back at the most.

Sadly, this isn’t always the case. There are people who end up having to deal with the perils of scalp acne, the most irritating form of acne to have.

If you’re one of those folks, this blog post is dedicated to let you know all that is essential to effectively deal with this horrendous condition.
The main causes behind acne.

The causes of acne – 10 facts you must know

Having acne can be an agonizing experience for any person, regardless of age or gender.

Studies have revealed that the annual cost of acne medications exceeds $2.2 BILLION in the U.S. alone, which clearly shows people’s eagerness towards treating this disease. Though some of these acne medications simply cover up your acne and don’t really treat it, getting rid of acne should be from its roots—its causes.

But the problem is that there’s no exact cause behind acne.

There are several factors that doctors think bring on this problem for many people.

Let's briefly discuss them all.
clear away acne cosmetica.

Eliminating Acne Cosmetica With 7 Often-ignored Tips

It has been a while now that the consequences of cosmetics on the skin have been a prominent topic of discussion for dermatologists. Cosmetics are something that everyone uses every single day, particularly when it comes to women. They do it either to look pretty, hide wrinkles, or to become impressive, etc.

Some even use it to hide their acne without having to realize that it can easily exacerbate the condition in no time.

How is that possible? You might think.

So to counter this thought, today, I've decided to uncover the main reasons why cosmetics can play a certain role in the occurrence of acne. I’ll also outline some of the most effective ways of getting this situation under control.
How to get rid of stress acne the right away.

Defeat stress acne now with these 4 simple techniques

According to a relatively recent study conducted among young Singaporean students, a significant link between stress and acne has been confirmed. Therefore, stress acne is no longer a myth.

The study was approved by the National Skin Centre and National Health Group Polyclinics Research Ethics Committee as well as the Singapore Ministry of Education.

Here are a couple of sentences from the abstract:

[quote_box_center]The study suggests a significant association between stress and severity of acne papulopustulosa, especially in males. Increased acne severity associated with stress may result from factors other than sebum quantity.[/quote_box_center]