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How to Treat Acne Proactiv-ly

Acne has been one of the greatest problems of people who has reached adolescent stage. Most have the same problem even until the late 30s or 40s. It will even continue until old age if nothing has been done to rightly correct the problem. Many have tried to correct it but results are temporary to futile because of wrong ideas and continually doing bad habits to make things worse.

How acne grows
You think that acne appears overnight but in fact it has been in the process for 2-3 weeks before it becomes visible, which is already the final and most painful and ugliest stage of the cycle. Dead skin cells are naturally replenished with new skin cells. What happens is some of the dead skin cells get trapped within the pores mixed with the natural oils produced to keep skin moist. When they get trapped, bacteria begin to grow and multiply and cause your skin to redden and pop.

Causes of acne
What caused the dead skin cells to be trapped in the first place? Use of make up for a long time and not cleaning after is one of the primary reasons. Excessive production of oil is another. You see, the skin needs to breathe. If you will notice, most of those who have acne are those who are used to wearing makeup or talc. Those who produce excessive oils tend to use talc, like boys, who have been powdered by their moms since they were little tykes.

Right Solution
By using Proactiv, the acne cycle breaks and stops at the root because it ensures that the pores do not get clogged, removing excess oil, kills the bacteria, hence, no inflammation and swelling. It is safe, no antibiotic, instead it has anti-microbial agent, no side effects, it is gentle and it is used worldwide even by Hollywood superstars. You can even try it risk-free because you get your money back if you are not satisfied.

Marketing Manager at Adventures Beyond Group | WAHM | Ex-OFW | Music Enthusiast | Cactus and Succulent Hobbyist | Hello Kitty Lover | A 42 y/o mom of two lovely girls sharing her adventures as she walks through motherhood and having to do most things on her own while her Indian national husband works miles away from home.

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