Why I Swore Off Acne Medications

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Why I Swore Off Acne Medications

Andrew Wilson

There are over 50 million people in America alone who suffer from acne and sadly this permits for exploitation from the many marketers and impostors out to make a fast buck at the expense of the vulnerable and desperate.Now, I was once in the category of the frantic and susceptible, in my desperate attempts to get rid of my acne-both as a teenager and a young adult- but not anymore.Tip: Acne typically will get worse due to constant irritation, as you should do everything possible to prevent friction on your face. Try to avoid clothing or accessories that fit tight, as this can not only strip the natural oils from the surface of your skin, but also suffocate your pores.After adopting the use of drug-free methods of curing my acne such as a drastic change in my diet, facial massaging and other basic hygienic steps such as changing my pillow-cases daily, having a towel that was exclusively for my face etc, I have since swore off the use of acne medications as I am of the firm belief that most don’t work and may actually aggravate an already debilitating situation.Now friends, I tried it all (well everything except plastic surgery) Proactive, Clearasil, Neutrogena, Benzoyl peroxide medications…you name it, I tried it and from my experience, nothing worked. Tip: See your doctor or call a dermatologist if self care has not worked on your acne. Acne has become very severe and painful and can leave scars easily.One product would probably just dry my skin out that I’d literally have to rotate my jaw just to get elasticity back in my face; while the other would so irritate my skin, I’d have to be so careful not to even touch it. Moreover, thinking about the time I spent and wasted using these products actually makes me laugh. Tip: Clean laundry can help you get rid of acne. Seriously! If you use the same face cloth every time you wash your face, for example, you are just spreading bacteria back over you… Read more


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