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The formula, which is safe and causes no side effects, was developed
specifically to treat the underlying causes of acne and works for
adolescent and adult acne sufferers (women and man alike) with a variety
of acne types.
The pills treat current outbreaks and prevent new acne from forming
with a holistic, effective approach to skin health. These tablets work
for all complexion types, colors, and do not discolor or irritate the
skin. There are also no restrictions on sunlight exposure like there
are for many traditional acne treatments.
By: Dr. Agnes P. Olszewski
fact is that more than 1 out of every 2 pregnant women can expect to
develop acne. And for some, acne may be severe. Using any type of
medications, including acne treatments, during pregnancy presents a
dilemma: the expectant mother needs to make certain the safety of the
baby as well as the mother is preserved. So how do we know what’s safe
and what’s not?
By: Dr. Agnes. P. Olszewski and Dr. James Gilligan
Both, women and men produce all three sex hormones: estrogen,
testosterone and progesterone. Of course, depending upon if you are a
woman or a man, your glands produce more estrogen or testosterone. If a
woman produces too much testosterone (androgens), this physiologic
“over-dose” may result in symptoms such as acne, too much facial or body hair (hirsutism), patterned female baldness and sometimes changes in menstruation cycle or infertility.