AcnEase: The Facts Behind an Acne Solution with 96% User Success

AcnEase: The Facts Behind an Acne Solution with 96% User Success

Overnight spot treatments, age-defying serums, pore-reducing tonics - In such a consumer-driven culture, it isn’t uncommon to witness claims that promise nothing short of a miracle to eliminate your acne. Designed to encourage buyers to pluck a product off the shelf in an instant, many of these topical treatments are wrapped in packaging ripe with buzzwords, to instill a sense of trust, wonder and hope that this magic bottle might possibly be the answer to their problems!  Additionally, many products are designed for teens so it’s impossible to decipher how to treat adult acne in a world full of teen acne products

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3 Ways to Zap a Zit in a Day

3 Ways to Zap a Zit in a Day

For anyone with acne, the universal question still remains - how do I get rid of it?! We all want to get rid of our pesky pimples ASAP, but in order to understand the best way to treat the problem, it’s important to understand the cause of our concern.

The term acne is generally used to describe those red or white swollen bumps that appear on our skin, but those are actually just the symptoms of acne, which is technically a skin disease. Usually caused by a hormonal imbalance, acne can affect anyone at any age, though some people are more genetically predisposed to experience acne than others. Acne can appear in a variety of forms, from whiteheads to cysts, each requiring their own level of care, and approach to treatment.

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AcnEase® Blog Named One of the Best Skincare Blogs of 2016 for Second Consecutive Year

AcnEase® Blog Named One of the Best Skincare Blogs of 2016 for Second Consecutive Year

Herborium Group, Inc. is excited to announce that the AcnEase® acne skincare treatment blog has been named, for the second consecutive year, one of the Best Skincare Blogs of 2016 by the distinguished Healthline.com. Joining the ranks of Allure’s Daily Beauty Reporter, the AcnEase blog was selected and praised by Healthline as a top blog providing high quality information and education to consumers that empower them to make informed, safe and effective skincare choices.

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6 Things To Do Now To Get Clear Skin In Time For Back To School

6 Things To Do Now To Get Clear Skin In Time For Back To School

The start of a new school year can feel like a clean slate for a lot of people. New teachers, new friends and new opportunities all present themselves without fail, but for some who are  self-conscious about their acne, back to school season can be a stressful and triggering time.

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How to Treat Acne Now So That it Won’t be Back This Fall

How to Treat Acne Now So That it Won’t be Back This Fall

If you live in an area of the world that experiences seasonal changes, you probably know this situation all too well: you find a nice solution to help keep your acne symptoms at bay, and just as you finally start to notice results, the weather changes and you have to start all over again with some entirely new routine!   And the more severe the acne, the worse it can be.

While treating acne can come with its own source of headaches, it doesn’t have to be a devastating ordeal each time the climates change. By taking just a few preventative measures, you can treat your skin NOW, and set yourself up for a flawless fall face at the same time! Here are just a few of our favorite tips to help take your summer acne treatment to fall without a hitch! 


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The #1 Thing that Is Making Your Acne Worse this Summer

The #1 Thing that Is Making Your Acne Worse this Summer

For years, people believed that a good, healthy dose of sun was the answer to their acne-related problems. Doctors in the 1950’s even prescribed sessions under a sun lamp to treat patients looking to rid their complexions of acne, and the idea has more or less stuck, with some looking to more and more DIY options to help symptoms of acne.

Many dermatologists are pleading with people to resist the urge to go about treating their skin the old fashioned way with a lengthy sunbath by the pool. The claim nowadays is that the sun’s rays can actually end up making acne worse...but why? To get an idea of exactly what the sun is doing to your skin to make acne worse, check out this quick and easy guide below!  

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The Pocket Guide To Naturally Getting Rid Of Acne

The Pocket Guide To Naturally Getting Rid Of Acne

Organic produce, composting, environmentally sustainable cleansers – let’s face it, going organic feels good and is more and more an adopted way of life.Unfortunately, if you have acne, you may find out that most of the treatment solutions out there involve the use of chemicals, sometimes even quite harmful. But worry not! You don’t have to compromise your healthy lifestyle to achieve an acne-free complexion. Implementing certain natural solutions into your daily life may be easier than you think!

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5 Ways Not to Make Your Acne Worse This Summer

5 Ways Not to Make Your Acne Worse This Summer

Summer time is synonymous with fun in the sun, right? If you’ve got acne, it may also mark the beginning of some big-time breakouts, which isn’t exactly most people’s idea of a good time.

Many acne sufferers complain of increased acne symptoms during the 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.

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9-Pro Tips on How to Fight Body Acne for the Summer

9-Pro Tips on How to Fight Body Acne for the Summer

Body acne most frequently appears on the back and chest. You may not realize the prevalence of body acne since most people are normally wearing clothes, but more than half of people with facial acne have some amount of body acne.  The reasons are simple. 


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5 of the Best Herbal Home Remedies for Acne

5 of the Best Herbal Home Remedies for Acne

Everyone’s skin and body chemistry is different but one thing remains the same: When chronic skin problems arise there’s a sure sign that something is amiss. 

Unfortunately, many people choose potentially dangerous or ineffective products including some prescription drugs and topical medications for acne that have well known sideeffects, and forget about alternative choices like natural acne treatments and natural home remedies.

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Advice from NYC Esthetician: Here’s how you’re causing more acne by dehydrating your skin.

Advice from NYC Esthetician: Here’s how you’re causing more acne by dehydrating your skin.

We’re pleased to announce the addition of NYC esthetician, Courtney Wells, to the AcnEase team as a skincare expert to help you get even closer to obtaining and keeping acne-free skin for life. Courtney has worked with numerous acne sufferers over the years, helping them to find the right balance that works for their skin naturally.

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It's off-limits but we’re putting a spotlight on it

It's off-limits but we’re putting a spotlight on it

June is a very important month for us over here at AcnEase. It’s a time when we get to pull out all the stops by focusing even more so on a topic that is usually off-limits. Well guess what? We’re going to chat even more now about how we can help you get rid of your acne long term, and how you will also be able to help others who you don’t even know with getting rid of their acne – it’s all about paying it forward. #acnechat

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What Exactly is Sebum?

What Exactly is Sebum?

If you have acne, and have read up on its causes, you will find yourself coming across the word “sebum” quite a bit. We know that too much of it can lead to acne breakouts, but what exactly is sebum?

Sebum is an oily substance produced by the sebaceous glands. Our skin needs it in order to function, but too much of it can lead to acne, and an overly oily complexion. Other than the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet, sebaceous glands can be found all over the body.

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Fad or Fave? Can Applying Oil Benefit Acne?

Fad or Fave? Can Applying Oil Benefit Acne?

When most people think of oil in relation to acne, their first impulse is usually to steer clear of the slick stuff. In fact, much of the topical skincare industry owes it’s success to stripping skin of oil, promising hopeful acne-prone consumers a squeaky-clean complexion through a course of scrubs, wipes and treatments. Lately, a new trend is shaking things up in the area of acne treatment, using the very thing we’ve been taught to fear to treat our stubborn blemishes and breakouts. 


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A Quick Guide to Managing Oily Skin

A Quick Guide to Managing Oily Skin

We all like to shine…. but not on our faces. So we often ask, WHY is my skin oily and WHAT can I do about it?

The oil you see on your face is called sebum. Produced by the sebaceous glands, sebum is actually a good thing, and is a necessary part of maintaining healthy skin. Sebum travels from the sebaceous glands to the surface through the pores to hydrate, moisturize, and protect the various layers that make up the skin. The face tends to be the oiliest part of the body as that’s where the majority of the sebaceous glands are located, anywhere from 2,500 to 5,500 per square inch!

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