Acne Medication  Verses Natural Acne Pills

Acne Medication Verses Natural Acne Pills

Learn the difference between acne medication and natural acne pills

Many people suffer from acne, which can have a destructive effect on your self esteem. There are many different methods available to treat this common skin condition, from lotions to medications to natural acne pills, which work by balancing the internal levels in your body. There are three main types of medications available to treat acne: hormone pills, antibiotics and isotretinoin (also known as Accutane), which is the strongest and used for the most severe cases of acne. Accutane works by decreasing the amount of oil produced by the sebaceous glands in your skin, and most people are on a four to five month therapy. However, there are serious side effects associated with taking Accutane, making it a less safe option compared to natural acne pills. Hormone pills (aka birth control) work by balancing hormones in your body, which are often responsible for excess oil and breakouts, while antibiotics reduce the amount of bacteria present on the skin (but make your skin more sensitive to sunlight and upset the stomach, among other side effects). In addition to taking your pills, you should also follow a good skincare regimen which includes an exfoliation routine. Read 7 Best Face Scrubs And The 6 Worst for a list of recommended face scrubs to help cleanse and clear your skin.

Natural acne pills are considered a safer option because they are made of all organic and natural ingredients, containing substances such as collagen, Vitamin E and Coenzyme Q10. These work by during the hormonal changes and imbalances in your body and also remove the free radicals in the body, decrease the swelling up acne and speed up the rejuvenation process of skin. There are fewer negative side effects associated with natural acne pills and they are generally safer to take for a longer period of time. Check out 9 Best Beauty Boosting Supplements And Drinks for the best dietary supplements for your skin.

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The natural acne vitamins did not work for me but Doxycline did and it worked fast, within the 1st two weeks.

by EricaF123 Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at 01:59PM Report as inappropriate

Hmm, it doesn't really discuss any kinds of natural acne pills or the effects that taking herbal supplements can have on other medications. Wish it went more in depth.

by pickledmarycola Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 02:41PM Report as inappropriate

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