What is Acne?
Acne is the scientific term for what we normally call pimples, blackheads, whiteheads or nodules that form on the face, chest, upper back or shoulders. Acne sufferers experience persistent, recurring reddish blemishes on the face, chest, shoulders, neck, upper back or buttocks. When these blemishes are spots that have a dark, open center, they are called blackheads. Whiteheads are spots that bulge under the skin and have no opening. Pimples, on the other hand, are whiteheads that rupture. The boil-like lumps are called nodules.
Around three-quarters of all teenagers and young adults suffer from acne. However, men and women in their 30s and 40s can also suffer.The exact cause of acne remains unclear but more is known about how the spots that are part of acne form. And there are more and more treatments to help deal with this distressing condition.
How To Get Rid Of Acne?
Using Acne-R, acne can be treated successfully in virtually every case. If you want clear, blemish-free skin, Acne-R is a proven effective treatment that will help eliminate your acne. Acne needs to be treated as soon as possible. Scarring is a possibility with some acne lesions, and scarring is permanent. Acne "scars" are not areas of discoloration where a pimple used to be. These discolorations will eventually fade. Scars are depressions in the skin at the site of former acne lesions.
Acne-R is available in tablets form and can be taken orally. The normal dosage is two tablets, taken twice a day after meals. For extreme cases, take three times a day.
When Acne-R is taken as directed, you will see results in less than 2-3 weeks. But remember — Acne-R must be taken according to label directions. Skipping pills or giving up will only delay the resolution of your acne. With Acne-R, persistence pays off!