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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.
Ultimate run down of the best acne treatments for adults, prescription and over the counter options

10 Best Acne Treatment for Adults in 2017 [Prescription & OTC]

So, your acne is haunting you even in your adulthood? It's ruining your complexion, spoiling your social encounters, and destroying your self-esteem all the time? Fret not, this post will introduce you to 10 best acne treatments for adults that are proven to work time and again.

It covers everything you need to know to keep adult acne at bay for good.
Topical anti-biotics for acne - studies, uses, and side effects

Topical Antibiotics for Acne: Ultimate Guide for Starters

So, you've tried everything under the sun to get rid of your acne? You've switched cleansers, tried supplements, heck, you could've even had a surgical treatment, who knows.

Nothing has worked out so far.

And now you want to know if topical anti-biotics for acne are going to be the ultimate solution for you.

If this is you, you're at the right place.
Accutane for Acne Treatment

Accutane for Acne Treatment – Best Use Cases & Potential Side-Effects

Accutane is the trade name for Isotretinoin (13-cis-retinoic acid). It belongs to the family of Retinoids.

Among several other purposes, it is primarily manufactured to treat acne. It is a derivative of vitamin A. For the same reason it is not advisable to take Vitamin A while taking Accutane, because it accumulates in tissues.

It is useful for treating almost all the different types of acne.
The main causes behind acne.

Causes of Acne – 10 Facts You Will Regret Not Knowing

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.