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Acne Scars

Learn How to Reduce Acne Scarring

As if acne weren't bad enough, a further insult to pimples and blackheads are the scars they leave behind. Dealing with acne scarring can sometimes be just as difficult as dealing with acne, but the good news is there are multiple treatment options available.

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What you Need to Know about Blackheads

By Acne Concern

Blackheads are a form of acne. They are usually found on the face, chest, back, and arms. Like any type of acne, blackheads are the result of clogged pores. The reason that pores get clogged may vary -- sometimes, it's because of hormo…

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Aging Skin

Is there a Treatment for Skin Atrophy?

By Dr. Kristie

As a person gets older, so does their skin. When a person reaches a certain age – usually after the age of sixty they start showing signs of skin atrophy. Atrophic skin is a condition where the skin feels paper thin and is very d…

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Psoriasis: What is it?

By Anne Halifax

More than 7 million people in the United States have psoriasis. Although this common skin condition is incurable, it is highly manageable, and a variety of effective treatments exist. Most people with psoriasis first have symptoms when they're betw…

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About Acne

What You Need to Know about Acne

The medical term for acne is acne vulgarisAcne is a skin disease categorized by plugged pores -- usually on the face, chest, back, or shoulders.

Depending on the size of the plugged pores, the clogs may end up being either whiteheads or blackheads. If t…

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Acne Concern

You will probably have to deal with Acne or other Skin Conditions sometime in your life. Learn how to identifyreduce & heal problems when they happen.

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Aleavia Prebiotic Clear Acne Repair Kit

Aleavia Prebiotic Clear Acne Repair Kit

It is a 100% all natural facial cleanser formulated to be used effectively for Acne, Rosacea, Psoriasis and Aging Skin to keep your face refreshed, moisturized, and replenished.



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