Acne Treatment Center

We, at Acne Cure Health Center would like you to know more about what acne is. This is the Acne Treatment Center where you can learn more about acne, its causes, its symptoms, and how you can effectively control it through personalized treatment regimens for your skin.

The Acne Treatment is divided into a couple of main sections:

Acne Treatment Information

In this section, we will be discussing on what acne really is, its various types and forms, and its causes. We will also discover the different myths connected to acne treatment.

  • What is Acne? – learn more about what truly lies beneath the skin's surface and the processes involved in forming an acne.
  • Types of Acne - discover and learn to identify the different forms and types of acne
  • Non-inflammatory Acne - mild acne, which does not cause much swelling and inflammation
  • Inflammatory Acne - moderately severe acne, usually seen as pustules, papules, and macules
  • Cystic Acne - severely inflamed acne in the form of nodules and cysts
  • What Causes Acne? – There are a lot of things that can bring about acne, including those which you never thought about.
  • Acne Myths – A lot of myths have been created and circulated about acne. We are here to give you the real deal about it, and bust those myths on acne.

There are also several articles on acne treatment, and the many things that can influence it such as stress and the food you eat, so read on.

  • Acne and Your Diet – Can what you eat cause acne? Read on to find out.
  • Acne and Stress – Are you getting stressed because of acne or getting acne because of stress? Learn more about it here.
  • Adult Acne – Having acne even when you are adults? Discover why.
  • “Cure” Acne – Is your acne really cured or just another advertising sham? Get to know more about it here.

Starting your Acne Treatment

As you find out the nitty-gritty on acne, we can then move on to learning about how to treat it and control it. We have customized different acne treatment regimens based on your personal skin type, powerful enough to surely treat acne and keep it away for good. Find out what's best for your skin type and begin your acne treatment now!

  • How To Get Rid of Acne – learn about your skin type and why it is so essential to our personalized acne treatment system
    • Regimen for Dry Skin – how to treat acne while having dry skin
    • Regimen for Oily Skin – how to treat acne while having oily skin
    • Regimen for Combination Skin – how to treat acne while having combination skin
  • Personalized Acne Treatment Consultations - Our skin care products are great, but they work best on the right skin type. Know what's yours through a personal acne consultation.
  • How to Control Acne Breakouts - Helpful tips to keeping acne away throughout the year
  • Common Acne Treatment Mistakes – Discover what you should not do when you have acne
  • Printable Acne Treatment Regimen Checklists – Here are handy checklists that you can print out so that you can be sure of having a copy of your treatment regimen for acne.
    • Checklist for Dry Skin
    • Checklist for Oily Skin
    • Checklist for Combination Skin
  • Acne Treatment Success Stories with Mario Badescu – Discover what the thousands of satisfied customers are saying on how they have successfully treated their acne.
  • Acne Product Application Videos – Watch these handy videos to learn more about the proper way of using our products.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Acne Skin Care Regimen for Oily Skin

If you have overactive sebaceous glands, either because it is your natural skin type or you have overactive hormones, you end up with having blackheads, a buildup of oil on the skin producing a dull texture, and overly large pores. Skin care products that can strip away the moisture from the skin should be avoided to prevent the skin from drying up, and clogging pores and sebum underneath it.

An oil-free moisturizer is best to keep the hydration of the top layer of skin and to counter the drying effects of acne treatments. A mild exfoliating scrub is recommended to remove the dull residue on the skin, although it should be avoided during acne breakouts. Scrubbing, cleaning and handling of the skin should be done gently to avoid stimulation of sebum production which can cause further complications.

Is this your skin type? Print out your personalized checklist to guide you in your own skin care regimen.

Acne Facial Cleanser

For exfoliation and deep cleansing, this acne facial cleanser will work wonders in healing acne and preventing them from reappearing. Using salicylic acid, chamomile, and aloe vera, it will soothe irritated skin, leaving it smooth and clear. To maximize its healing effects, spread a thin layer of the special cucumber lotion and astringent afterwards.

6oz. - $15.00

Special Cleansing Lotion C

This special astringent that contains sulfur and an oil control formula will not only strip the skin of its grease, but will also fight acne by deeply cleansing, disinfecting, and drying up acne-riddled oily skin. It will also rid it of sebum buildup to prevent future breakouts of acne.

8oz. - $15.00
16oz. - $26.00
32oz. - $45.00

Ceramide Eye Gel

Used to treat puffy and stressed-out eyes, this greaseless eye gel containing ceramides and herbal extracts will help keep the skin surrounding the eyes hydrated and nourished. It is best to use as a morning regimen for the eyes after storing in the fridge overnight.

0.5oz. - $18.00

Control Moisturizer For Oily Skin

For the treatment of the redness in the skin brought about by acne, this control moisturizer uses a non-grease Balsam Peru formula. Furthermore, it maintains the proper amount of moisture needed by the skin even when bombarded with a lot of skin-drying acne medications.

2oz. - $18.00

Drying Mask

To help treat acne breakouts, this drying mask uses colloidal sulfur to dry up the irritated skin and clear up acne-prone skin. It also uses calamine to keep it gentle and safe for all types of skin. It can be used for chest and back acne breakouts. For maximum results, use it together with the Buffering lotion and the healing and soothing mask.

2oz. - $18.00

Strawberry Face Scrub

The strawberry seeds incorporated in this face scrub act as a mild exfoliant for flaky skin as well as provides natural alpha hydroxyl acids to clear up dull skin, prevent blackheads, and unclog pores, revealing nourished and healthy skin.

4oz. - $15.00

Drying Lotion

For an effective spot treatment for acne for all types of skin, this drying lotion, formulated with calamine, salicylic acid, and other ingredients, will also eradicate whiteheads even while you sleep.

1oz. - $17.00

Drying Cream

This cream not only treats and dries up acne, it can also effective prevent it from growing and spreading to other areas. Furthermore, this aloe-based cream can easily heal and conceal pimples.

0.5oz. - $14.00

Buffering Lotion

A special deep-penetrating treatment for large, more severe cystic acne, this buffering lotion is infused with B vitamins and essential amino acids to promote healthy skin and herbal extracts to soothe affected skin and speed up healing. Its anti-inflammatory properties prevent the skin from further flare-ups through its fast-absorbing formulation.

1oz. - $17.00