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drayadcliniccont@outlook.com
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by drayadcliniccont@outlook.com on Tue Sep 06, 2022 11:50 am

Have you tried any natural treatments that helped you

I have seen a lot of people have success with their dermatologist acne treatments that's why I wanted to hear your thoughts on safe, cheap acne treatments. Some people are afraid to try natural remedies because they don't know what side effects they might have, but if you have acne, I think it's worth a shot. What are your thoughts? Have you tried any natural treatments that helped you? On the other hand, what are the best acne treatments and products recommended by dermatologists?

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by yamunapharmacy on Wed Sep 14, 2022 8:24 am

Re: Have you tried any natural treatments that helped you

In my opinion, natural remedies are effective if you give 20 min per day for consecutive 15 days. You can apply masks of turmeric, curd, lemon, or a mixture of these available herbs at your home can clear acne from your face. On the other hand, if you don't get much time then use Ayurveda products manufactured using natural herbs. I know one online store Yamuna Pharmacy where you can get some quality products for your face.
I hope you like the suggestion!

MissCandyGirl
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by MissCandyGirl on Thu Sep 15, 2022 12:59 pm

Re: Have you tried any natural treatments that helped you

Natural acne treatments - and other natural treatments - are very much effective. Essential oils being one of them. Millions of people use natural treatments for acne, other skin conditions and other non-skin conditions.

Neal's Yard is certainly one of the most famous skin care specialists: with good reason. There are many, many other companies that provide skincare treatments and products which gently treat the skin, too.

I wouldn't rule out essential oil products and herbal products. Plus, they often are not tested on animals and often don't use animal ingredients.

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by SpartaMe on Mon Mar 13, 2023 2:32 pm

Re: Have you tried any natural treatments that helped you

drayadcliniccont@outlook.com wrote:
Tue Sep 06, 2022 11:50 am
I have seen a lot of people have success with their dermatologist acne treatments that's why I wanted to hear your thoughts on safe, cheap acne treatments. Some people are afraid to try natural remedies because they don't know what side effects they might have, but if you have acne, I think it's worth a shot. What are your thoughts? Have you tried any natural treatments that helped you? On the other hand, what are the best acne treatments and products recommended by dermatologists?

I think it's great to explore natural alternatives for treating acne, as long as you make sure to do your research and consult a professional if necessary. For example, some natural ingredients like tea tree oil or aloe vera can be great for improving the condition of your skin. However, it's also important to remember that some natural remedies may not be as effective as medical treatments and they can also have side effects, so it's best to talk to a doctor before starting any new treatment. As far as dermatologist-recommended treatments go, topical creams and antibiotics are usually the most recommended options.

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by MissCandyGirl on Wed May 10, 2023 10:00 am

Re: Have you tried any natural treatments that helped you

SpartaMe wrote:
Mon Mar 13, 2023 2:32 pm
drayadcliniccont@outlook.com wrote:
Tue Sep 06, 2022 11:50 am
I have seen a lot of people have success with their dermatologist acne treatments that's why I wanted to hear your thoughts on safe, cheap acne treatments. Some people are afraid to try natural remedies because they don't know what side effects they might have, but if you have acne, I think it's worth a shot. What are your thoughts? Have you tried any natural treatments that helped you? On the other hand, what are the best acne treatments and products recommended by dermatologists?

I think it's great to explore natural alternatives for treating acne, as long as you make sure to do your research and consult a professional if necessary. For example, some natural ingredients like tea tree oil or aloe vera can be great for improving the condition of your skin. However, it's also important to remember that some natural remedies may not be as effective as medical treatments and they can also have side effects, so it's best to talk to a doctor before starting any new treatment. As far as dermatologist-recommended treatments go, topical creams and antibiotics are usually the most recommended options.
I agree 100% with this.

emiliaa1
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by emiliaa1 on Sun Jul 16, 2023 1:33 pm

Re: Have you tried any natural treatments that helped you

Yes, first of all, I have to say that I don't have severe acne, but I do have oily skin. I'm not a fan of chemical cocktails or medication, so I refused to take Accutane due to its many side effects. I was sure that I didn't need it.

To keep my oily skin under control, I simply use two products. The first one is Hyaluronic acid, and the second one is a deep cleansing product based on sulfur, which has proven to be very effective in reducing excessive oil on my skin.

Using these two products every two days has helped me nicely in combating my acne within two weeks.

Please let me know your thoughts on this.
good luck!

Your Emiliaa

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by MissCandyGirl on Wed Aug 09, 2023 7:17 am

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I have slightly oily skin myself. Plus, it gets sweaty really easily. I DO wash my face at night and use face cream at night, too. Thankfully I don't have acne - I am blessed - but I do get a sweaty face.

I often need to wipe my face with a wet tissue to dry my skin: I hate it.

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