Is acne treatment different for different color complexion?
Regardless of your race, background, gender, or religion - all humans are equal. This is what makes us unique, and because of this, our body parts, hair, and skin differ alike. Acne is a struggle that most of us have experienced at one point in our lives but for some, it's still a battling problem. Does it discriminate? To some extent, yes. Read on as you will get a closer understanding that there is a very slight difference between all color and skin types!
Acne & scars: How to choose and how to use concealer?
Searching for the best concealer for your acne-prone skin can be a headache. Being in possession with several concealers and each one of them either did a bad job or even worse, caused you to break out, even more, can be devastating. As of now, long hours at the makeup aisle has come to an end because we did the research for you. Continue to read as you will be introduced to the correct and effective way to choose and use a concealer.
Special tips: How to control your acne during fall
Lounging at the beach with a pina colada in one hand has finally come to an end. Vacationers are beginning to pack up and head to pulling out office chairs or opening textbooks. This big transition may cause persons great anxiety leading to terrible breakouts especially on acne prone skin.
5 Golden rules of Acne covering Make-Up
Beauty  (and clear and beautiful complexion is certainly considered an important component of the beauty is of importance to many women, and a lot of effort, time and of course money is invested into achieving flawless looking skin. What  many may not know- is that as you can use make-up to cover skin imperfection the very same products that are used to mask those  flows ( like pimples or acne scars and marks) if not chosen carefully  can also go against a desired effect and actually exasperate the very condition that they should camouflage.
Why do NOT pop your Acne Cysts and what to do instead
Cystic acne is considered one of the most severe forms of acne vulgaris. Cystic acne can appear similar to a nodule in size, but is pus-filled, and routinely have a diameter of 5mm or more across. Cysts originate deeper in the skin than typical pimples. These inflammatory lesions can be painful and commonly produce scarring Treatment of existing cystic acne followed by prevention of future acne is therefore necessary to avoid scars formations and to help healing of scars that have already developed.
Why Male Hormonal Acne Are More Difficult to Treat and How to Get Rid of Male Acne

Acne is not just women and teens problem. Over 25% of acne sufferers are men and this

includes not just adolescents but actually grow up and otherwise very macho

guys.  In fact, during last decade the

median age of people with acne (including men) has risen by almost 23%, from

20.5 years to about 26.5 years old.. In addition guys have obviously less

chance to camouflage acne with makeup while at the same time their acne is

usually more difficult to treat, and a general trend is for men to be more

concerned with their appearance, and more focused ( and spending) on their

looks including wellness, grooming and clothes.

Stress and Acne
Stress comes in different “packages” for different people and what is stressful to you will not necessarily bother someone else. However, our bodies respond to stress in the same way. Adrenaline is the number one stress hormone; it speeds up the heart beat, breathing and metabolic rate to give us a necessary rush of extra energy. to deal with circumstances that cuse stress.  Adrenaline is produced and stored in our two adrenal glands that are situated on top of the kidneys and with long-term stress these glands will deplete. 
How to Prevent Acne Breakouts
Although the clinical manifestation of acne is quite simple, pimples appear on ones face, acne is actually a rather complex disease.  What is causing the formation of pimples is what is actually more complicated.  If we can understand what is causing acne in the first place we can develop a way to prevent acne pimples from forming and alleviate the need to treat existing acne.
Six ways to keep your acne form getting worse in a summer

Do you think summer is good for your skin? Unfortunately for those with acne the answer is: rather not! To keep your acne from worsening over the summer here are some important tips to remember.

The Pocket Guide to The Pill, and How It Relates To Acne
For women, the decision to take oral contraceptives is a personal one, with many reasons factoring into their decision. Some women opt for hormonal birth control simply to manage their acne, a method that has proven to work in many cases, but why does it work? And what happens once you put down the pill? 
Can Using Systemic Antibiotics for Treating Acne Endanger Your Health?
The majority of people at some point in their lives experience acne.  Acne is not confined to puberty or teenagers, but impacts adults as well. In fact, during the past decade the average age of the acne sufferer increased by 5 years from 21 years old to 26 years old.
5 Easy Tweaks to Get Your Skin Clear for the Summer

You don’t have to undergo an entire overhaul of your skincare routine or lifestyle to deal with breakouts this summer when just a few quick and easy adjustments to your existing plan can work just fine, and probably stick with you in the long run!

What is Acne?

5 Best Ways to Use Aloe to Improve Acne-Prone Skin
You probably know that aloe is the go-to for many when it comes to repairing cut, scraped, or burned skin, but did you know that it can also be used to help improve acne?
Before treating acne, it’s important to understand just how this condition affects the body, and skin. Acne is attributed to a hormonal imbalance, which can affect the function of the sebaceous glands, whose job it is to create sebum, or oil. This oil travels along the pore to hydrate and protect the skin on the surface. 
Things to Keep in Mind When Seeking to Treat Acne

If you’ve had acne for even a few months you probably already have some experience with the trial and error method of finding the right treatment for your skin. No matter where you’re at on your skincare journey, there are a few things that can help you make some smart choices, and steer you clear of the wrong ones.

The Benefits of Using Honey to Help Your Acne, From the Inside, Out!
There are countless creams, lotions, serums and spot treatments out there to help anyone with acne-prone skin improve their condition, but there’s one natural ingredient that can be effective without worrying about what you’re putting on your body, and it may already be your kitchen.
Everything You Need to Know for Acne Awareness Month 2017
If you’re among the 50 million people living in the United States with acne, every day may feel like it’s dedicated to acne awareness, but June is still reserved as a time to shine a light on a subject by creating awareness for, and laying out the real facts behind, acne and how to treat it.
The Facts Behind The Acne Statistics 2017
Whether you’re just at the start of your acne journey, or have been navigating these waters for a while now, the information you see online and elsewhere may leave you feeling confused. In order to treat your condition, it’s important to understand just how acne affects your skin and body, and what’s really going on when you read those numbers.
Top 6 Triggers That Can Contribute to Breakouts

Most people attribute their breakouts to an overly oily complexion, and they aren’t entirely wrong to do so, but did you know that it takes more than just oil to form a pimple on your complexion?

Acne is a disease that affects the skin, and is the most common skin condition in the United States, and does not discriminate based on age, sex, race, or any single identifier. It is normally caused by a hormonal imbalance that triggers an excessive amount of sebum, or skin oil, to be produced by the sebaceous glands. Too much of this oil can become clogged within pores, where it travels from the sebaceous glands to the surface of the skin. But the formation of acne doesn’t stop here! 

The 4 Most Detoxifying Exercises for Acne-Prone Skin

Anyone with acne knows that clear, healthy skin starts with clean pores. While there are plenty of products out there to cleanse from the surface, there are a handful of exercises that can work to stimulate the detox process from within in the body, making for a gentle way to take care of yourself and your skin!

It probably goes without saying, but when the body is healthy, everything benefits, from our immune systems to our mental condition to our complexions. 

Does Dermablading help Acne-Prone Skin?

Regardless of the season, some people with acne-prone skin look to shed a few layers for the good of their complexion with a process called dermablading.

To put it simple, dermablading is a procedure that rids the surface of the skin of dry, dead cells. Using a surgical scalpel, a licensed aesthetician or dermatologist removes these dead cells by essentially scraping them away, applying short, light strokes to the surface of the skin after washing the face and applying an alcohol solution. The result? A pile of dead skin, a renewed and youthful glow, and a complexion free of pore-clogging debris.

Acute vs Chronic Acne: How to Identify in Order to Treat
When most people experience a breakout, the only thing on their mind is getting rid of it as soon as possible, whatever it takes. While we all want to experience our clearest and healthiest skin possible, the best way to get those results is to find a treatment that’s right for your skin, and that starts with identifying just what type of acne symptoms you have.
If You Really Want to Get Rid of Acne, Start Doing These Two Things Now
When most people think of treating acne, facial washes and spot treatments are often the first, and sometimes only, things to come to mind. Because acne isn’t just the result of a dirty complexion, however, it’s important to look to the source, stay informed, and keep your head in the game in order to witness real results.
Does Blue Light Therapy Really Work to Get Rid of Acne?
People are always searching for the next big thing in skincare, from anti-aging technology to treatments that leave you looking like you’ve just returned from a relaxing vacation. For those with acne-prone skin, most are up for trying anything in the hopes of finding some sweet relief from stubborn breakouts. Lately, acne sufferers are looking to blue light treatments to clear their complexions, but does it really work?
Why Topicals Alone Will Never Get Rid of Your Acne

When most people think of treating acne, zapping away oil and dirt with a medicated cleanser is usually the first thing that comes to mind, but unless you have something working from within, chances are those pimples will return in no time.

How to Give Your Acne-Prone Skin a Good Spring Cleaning!

Spring has been well under way for a few weeks now, but even if you’ve already cleaned your house and home, there’s always time for a thorough skin cleansing ritual as well!

Many acne sufferers complain of increased breakouts during the warmer spring and summer months, when our skin gets hit hardest with a catastrophic combination of skin-damaging factors – the drying effects of the sun, extra dirt and debris buildup from the outdoors…all of this “attacks” our skin. In order to coexist with the change in weather, it’s important to keep a few key issues in mind when looking to maintain an acne-free complexion, taking care not to neglect your self-care, and skin care, when spring cleaning this year. 
5 Rules for Acne-Prone Skin During the Spring

Before treating acne, it’s important to understand just how this condition affects the body, and skin. Acne is attributed to a hormonal imbalance, which can affect the function of the sebaceous glands, whose job it is to create sebum, or oil. This oil travels along the pore to hydrate and protect the skin on the surface. When too much sebum becomes clogged within a pore and pairs with dead skin cells from the surface, bacteria forms, triggering an inflammatory response from the body. This process is known as the acne cascade, and usually results in red, swollen bumps known as pimples, a symptom of acne.

5 Ways To Ensure Your Hair Care Routine Doesn’t Aggravate Your Acne

The formation of acne is usually attributed to either excessively oily or way-too-dry skin, but there’s another culprit that may be contributing to your symptoms - your hair or more precisely – your hair care routine.

Acne is a result of a hormonal imbalance, which can affect the function of the sebaceous glands, whose job it is to create sebum, (skin oil) which travels along the pores to hydrate and protect the skin on the surface. When too much sebum is produced, it clogs the pores.  A mixure of the skin oil, dirt and dead skin cells invites bacteria to form, triggering an inflammatory response from the body. This response usually appears as red, swollen bumps known as pimples, a symptom of acne.

Are Your Skincare Products Causing More Acne?

Washing acne-prone skin plays a big part in maintaining its health and happiness, but if you’re using products that don’t work with your particular skin or acne type, those twice-daily reprieves may be doing more harm than good.

AcnEase: A Good Practices Guide to Keep in Mind While on Your Treatment
When many people begin a new acne treatment, the goal of obtaining clear skin is the main thing on their minds, but in addition to keeping all eyes on the prize, it’s important to understand just how to make the most out of your new skincare regimen.
5 Ways to Make a Huge Difference in Clearing Acne TODAY!
For anyone with acne-prone skin, who doesn’t want to get rid of the issue overnight?  Many people have patience, but many don’t.  And unfortunately, our judgment can get cloudy and we only look for a solution without looking at the underlying cause.  So instead of focusing your search today on the next best thing that is guaranteed to help you whether it be in a day or 6 months, it’s important to understand two things:  how and why acne forms, and how important it is to develop ongoing healthy lifestyle habits.
4 Easy Steps to Clear + Avoid Breakouts for Valentine's Day!

With acne-prone skin, you wanted clear skin like yesterday.  And you certainly don’t want to worry about whether or not your skin is going to look good or not for an upcoming special day. When many people look to rid their skin of acne, a topical wash, cream or spot treatment is usually the first thing they reach for. 

3 Acne “Fighting” Ingredients that Can Increase Signs of Aging!
When it comes to addressing acne, many will go to great lengths to treat their condition, but did you know that certain ingredients commonly found in many topical acne treatment can age your skin quicker?