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Acne Skin – help please?

October 9, 2009 by  
Filed under Acne, Skin Care

Acne and Skin Care Good skin care practices play only a minor role in whether a person develops acne. But they are essential to treating it, and to good skin health in general. Some believe, mistakenly, that a thorough scrubbing will help prevent acne. Actually, washing has little effect on whether acne develops or not. [...]

Teen Acne and Sports, How the Two Can Go Hand in Hand.

September 28, 2009 by  
Filed under Acne, Skin Care

It’s back to school acne Part 2! In Part 1, we discussed teen acne and how going back to school could cause some unwanted zits to appear just in time for the first day of school.  Now let’s take a look at school activities and how they can cause changes in your teen’s skin. First, [...]

Is Your Child’s Back to School Beauty Routine Causing Their Acne Problems?

September 27, 2009 by  
Filed under Acne, Skin Care

Acne rears its ugly head just in time for the big day! As back to school mayhem begins, teens all over the country will be putting their best face forward for the big day.  Parents need to know how their new back to school beauty routines and activities could play a role in the development [...]

You truly are a miracle worker

August 27, 2009 by  
Filed under Acne, Reviews

Dearest Valentina, You truly are a miracle worker. I suffer from ridiculously inconvenient adult acne after having living a fairly blemish free life. I wasted a lot of money going to doctors, dermatologists, and well publicized acne solutions; nothing worked. I was going to completely give up when I heard about you, Valentina, and your [...]

How To Treat Teen Acne. NJ Skin Care Expert Can Help.

August 19, 2009 by  
Filed under Acne, Skin Care, Teen Acne

Question: Hi Val- why does my teenage son only get bad acne around his chin and lower cheeks?  The rest of his face seems fine. Valentina: This is very common for teens. Acne around the chin is usually from overactive hormones, something all teens most likely will experience.  The overactive hormones produce extra sebum (oil) [...]

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