Acne. Acne (adult and pediatric). Complementary, holistic and integrative medicine: Acne. Evidence-based recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric acne. Questions and answers about acne. Pathogenesis, clinical manifestations and diagnosis of acne vulgaris. Treatment of acne vulgaris. Light-based, adjunctive and other therapies for acne vulgaris. Minocycline for acne vulgaris: Efficacy and safety. Diagnosis and treatment of acne. Acne vulgaris.
Formulated with .5% salicylic acid and aloe. Features a unique alcohol-free formula to remove the harshness and stinging that is typically associated with acne treatments. Clears acne breakouts and helps prevent the formation of pimples. Gently cleanses the skin by removing dirt, unclogging the pores, and dissolving oils. With dry, easily irritated, and sensitive skin types. Before going to bed for the removal of dirt, oils, and make-up. Avoid contacting the treatment pad with the eyes, lips, and other mucous membranes. Don’t leave the treatment pad on the skin for an extended period of time. Step 2 – Remove one pad from the container and then reseal the container. Step 3 – Wipe the all affected areas with the medicated treatment pad. Using these alcohol-free medicated acne wipes enables you to effectively clean your skin, treat your pimples, and prevent future breakouts without causing the discomfort and irritation that is typically associated with using other types of acne treatment products.
Choose a quick, easy, and effective acne treatment with the Stridex Essential Alcohol-free Medicated Acne Pads, which are the only alcohol-free medicated acne pads available, and they are also the only ones that contain a stronger concentration of 1% salicylic acid combined with essential vitamins A, E and C. Gentler on the skin than other types of acne pads, these dual sided treatment pads are designed to be used daily to help control and prevent acne breakouts. A one-of-a-kind product, being the first alcohol-free medicated acne treatment pads. Eliminates the harshness and stinging typically associated with other acne treatment pads. Clears acne breakouts and helps prevent the formation of pimples. Avoid drying out the skin too much by starting with one treatment per day and then gradually increasing to 2-3 treatments per day as needed or directed by a medical professional. Try to avoid contacting the eyes, lips, and other mucous membranes with the treatment pad. Step 2 – Remove one pad from the container and then reseal the container. Step 3 – Wipe the all affected areas with the medicated treatment pad. Eliminate and prevent acne breakouts while soothing and nourishing the skin by using these medicated acne treatment pads, which are alcohol free so you can get a deep clean without the sting.
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This may have something to do with the sheer number of products on the market — there are thousands to choose from — and an equal amount of misinformation. They mix and match brands, forgo conventional skincare dogma, and scour the Internet for the right balance of products. More than 175,000 of those people have found an unlikely digital home on Reddit in a subreddit called r/Skincare Addiction , where users are deeply committed to solving their own skincare woes, mostly having to do with acne, and helping their fellow sufferers in the process. My own foray into r/Skincare Addiction first started when I wanted to clear up the gross, oily blackheads that seemed to dot my nose and chin no matter how much I cleansed, exfoliated, and spent hundreds of dollars on pricey products. From there, I was able to use recommendations on r/Skincare Addiction to cobble together a skincare routine to reduce my sebaceous filaments (known as "SFs" on the forum) to a manageable level. Posters are bound by the forum's rules to only promote products that they have used themselves, and have no financial stake in their purchase. D., a dermatologist and creator of Proactiv and the Rodan + Fields skincare lines, does take a bit of issue with some of Skincare Addiction's advice, most notably in that there is no "one-size-fits-all" approach to skincare. Still, it seems that the crucial issue that prevents r/Skincare Addiction from becoming a real panacea for women's skincare advice is that there are no dermatologists to evaluate a user's skin before they embark on a brand new routine or to help determine its success. Many posts implore users to seek professional help for their skincare concerns and frequently suggest that they not disregard their doctors' advice in favor of information they've read on the forum. "I was so scared that they would ship my photos off to one of the mean parts of Reddit and end up with trolls making fun of my face, but that never happened," Nicole said. "What I got was a bunch of people telling me that they'd been there before, that their skin used to be worse, and that my face could get better if I just stuck with the right routine. Like the hundreds of other skincare success stories on r/Skincare Addiction, my own skin has improved dramatically in the year since I first stumbled upon the forum.
While I’m sure the products they recommend are fine there are plenty of other fine products out there. Cosmetic chemists and the site. The general skin care advice site is this one . There are a number of ways you can participate in the site to use it for formulating and to provide your expertise. And if you are a cosmetic chemist consultant you could use the site to establish yourself as an expert.
Adult_angst Hormonal acne | sensitive | PIH/E 0 points1 point2 points 5 months ago. Did you patch test the Stridex and the retinol and then introduce them separately from one another? (Only chemical exfoliation makes you purge btw) Let me know and I'll tell you my thoughts! Vintage Jeansx3 0 points1 point2 points 5 months ago. Followingthemoney 0 points1 point2 points 5 months ago. You have to figure out what your skin can handle. Otherwise, it can be really hard to figure out which one caused the problems if you run into problems. Sunsh1neee 1 point2 points3 points 5 months ago.
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Search for "text" in self post contents. Contains detergents, menthol and fragrance; not recommended for sensitive skin. In addition, BP makes your skin more sensitive to the sun, increasing chances of wrinkles, sunburn and pigmented acne scars. Aztec Secret Healing Indian Clay (health food stores, i Herb.com, Vitacost.com, Amazon.com, etc.) Bentonite Clay (health food stores, Garden of Wisdom, etc.) Kaolin Clay (health food stores, Garden of Wisdom, etc.) Don't pick at your skin, and try not to touch your face too much in general. NOTE: If your skin does not respond to over-the-counter treatments, see a dermatologist (in person or via Curology/Pocket Derm) for prescription medication (topical or oral retinoids , topical or oral antibiotics, azelaic acid, etc.). #Acne #Information [Acne Information: Beyond the Basics](http:/www.uptodate.com/contents/acne-beyond-the-basics) A detailed look at acne, its causes, and treatments. - #Product Recommendations * *Salicylic Acid* (*keratolytic, anti-inflammatory, etc.*) * [Stridex Maximum Strength Pads](http:/www.drugstore.com/stridex-daily-care-acne-pads-with-salicylic-acid-maximum-strength/qxp16612?catid=182265) (2% BHA ; drugstores, i Herb.com, Vitacost.com, etc.) * *contains detergents, menthol and fragrance; not recommended for sensitive skin* * [Paula's Choice Strength Anti-Redness Exfoliating Solution - Regular Strength](http:/www.paulaschoice.com/shop/Clear-Acne-Treatments/_/Clear-Regular-Strength-Anti-Redness-Exfoliating-Solution-With-Two-Percent-Salicylic-Acid/) (*2% BHA ; p H 3.5 - 4.0*) * [Paula's Choice Strength Anti-Redness Exfoliating Solution - Extra Strength](http:/www.paulaschoice.com/shop/Clear-Acne-Treatments/_/Clear-Extra-Strength-Anti-Redness-Exfoliating-Solution-With-Two-Percent-Salicylic-Acid/) (*2% BHA ; p H 3.2 - 3.8*) * [Neutrogena Rapid Clear Acne Defense Face Lotion](http:/www.neutrogena.com/product/rapid+clear+acne+defense+face+lotion.do) (*2% BHA; contains fragrance*) * [Bravura London](http:/www.bravuralondon.com/) (*UK*): Various BHA products * [Neutrogena Visibly Clear Spot Stress Control Ultra-Light Spot Treatment Moisturiser](http:/www.neutrogena.co.uk/product/spot-stress-control/visibly-clear-spot-stress-control-spot-treatment-moisturiser) (*UK; 2% BHA; light fragrance; contains silicones*) * *Benzoyl Peroxide* (*antibacterial, keratolytic, etc.*) * [Neutrogena Rapid Clear Stubborn Acne Daily Leave-On Mask](http:/www.neutrogena.com/product/rapid+clear+stubborn+acne-+daily+leave-on+mask.do?) (*2.5% BP; all-over treatment; drugstores, etc.*) * [Acne.org Treatment](https:/store.acne.org/treatment) (*2.5% BP*) * [Paula's Choice Clear Daily Skin Clearing Treatment - Regular Strength](http:/www.paulaschoice.com/shop/skin-care-categories/targeted-treatments/_/Clear-Regular-Strength-Daily-Skin-Clearing-Treatment/) (*2.5% BP*) * [Pan Oxyl Advanced Acne Spot Treatment](http:/www.panoxyl.com/acne-products/acne-spot-treatment/) (*3% BP*) * [Rugby Acne Medication Benzoyl Peroxide Gel 5%](http:/www.amazon.com/BENZOYL-PEROX-GEL-Percent-1-5/dp/B 000 NVR 9 GY) * [Paula's Choice Clear Daily Skin Clearing Treatment - Extra Strength](http:/www.paulaschoice.com/shop/skin-care-categories/targeted-treatments/_/Clear-Extra Strength-Strength-Daily-Skin-Clearing-Treatment/) (*5% BP*) * [Neutrogena Rapid Clear Stubborn Acne Spot Gel](http:/www.neutrogena.com/product/mobile/more+ways+to+browse/new+products/rapid+clear-+stubborn+acne+spot+gel.do) (*10% BP; drugstores, etc.*) * [Clean and Clear Persagel 10 Acne Medication](http:/www.amazon.com/gp/product/B 00 BE 539 PS/) (*10% BP ; drugstores, etc.*) * [Rugby Acne Medication Benzoyl Peroxide Gel 10%](http:/www.amazon.com/gp/product/B 00 F 5 DFBZ 6/) *NOTE*: [Research has shown that 2.5% BP is as effective as higher %-s with less dryness, irritation, redness, etc.](https:/www.reddit.com/r/Skincare Addiction/comments/1j4l9o/just_want_to_share_what_my_doctor_told_me_today/cbb2fen) In addition, *BP makes your skin more sensitive to the sun*, increasing chances of wrinkles, sunburn and pigmented acne scars. * *Sulfur* (*antifungal, antibacterial, keratolytic, etc.*) * Sulfur Lotion or Ointment (*drugstores, Amazon.com, etc.*) * [Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque](http:/www.drugstore.com/queen-helene-masque-mint-julep/qxp79218) (*drugstores, i Herb.com, etc.*) * *contains fragrance* * *Clay* (*absorbent, etc.*) * [Aztec Secret Healing Indian Clay](https:/www.aztec-secret.com/clay.html) (*health food stores, i Herb.com, Vitacost.com, Amazon.com, etc.*) * Bentonite Clay (*health food stores, Garden of Wisdom, etc.*) * Kaolin Clay (*health food stores, Garden of Wisdom, etc.*) * *Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate* (*anti-acne*) A form of Vitamin C called sodium ascorbyl phosphate is effective for acne. Studies: (http:/www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18492184), (http:/www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20367669) * [Mad Hippie Vitamin C Serum](http:/www.madhippie.com/shop/vitamin-c-serum/) (*10% SAP*) * *For active pimples, check out the [Spot Treatment wiki](https:/www.reddit.com/r/Skincare Addiction/wiki/spot_treatments).* - #Helpful Habits * Regularly clean anything that comes into contact with your face, like: * pillowcases * scarves * mobile phone * headphones * glasses * helmet * Don't pick at your skin, and try not to touch your face too much in general. If you have difficulty doing this, check out /r/Compulsive Skin Picking and /r/Calm Hands - *NOTE*: If your skin does not respond to over-the-counter treatments, see a dermatologist (*in person or via Curology/Pocket Derm*) for prescription medication (*topical or oral [retinoids](http:/www.skinacea.com/retinoids/retinoids.html), topical or oral antibiotics, azelaic acid, etc.*).