Acne Prone Skin Care : How to Get Rid of Breakouts Under the Skin

To get rid of breakouts under the skin, receive cortisone injections from a doctor, take prescription medicines or use Accutane. Discover the best procedure for getting rid of breakouts with help from a dermatologist in this free video on skin care.

Expert: Dr. Rosayln George
Bio: Dr. Rosalyn George, dermatologist at Wilmington Dermatology Center in Wilmington, North Carolina, completed her internship in Internal Medicine and her Dermatology Residency at Penn State.
Filmmaker: Rendered Communications

Series Description: When taking care of the skin, it is important to follow a good daily skin care regimen based on the type of skin. Learn tips on keeping skin beautiful from a dermatologist in these free videos on skin care.
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The Best Acne Treatment: Eliminate Acne and Treat Breakouts

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In this video men’s style, grooming and relationship expert, Aaron Marino of , talk about acne. What causes acne and how to eliminate acne by breaking the acne cycle.

How can you treat and eliminate acne? Living with moderate to severe acne hurts. Aaron Marino of alpha m. has suffered from acne and break-outs. It sucks and affects your confidence.
What do you think of when you hear the word “break-outs”? Teenagers and puberty, right? Testosterone rocks and rolls in your body, and with fluctuations, you get break-outs. 50% of adults suffer from break-outs and acne from hormone fluctuations and stress. Acne is not caused by bacteria like over-the-counter products claim. Acne is caused by the over-production of oil that causes pores. The bacteria THEN has something to feed on.

You can use all the creams, lotions, potions, and washes you want but until you get that oil production under control, you won’t have clear skin. Dihydrotestosteron (DHT) causes break-outs by attaching itself to oil glands and cause oil production over-drive. Pores get clogged and the bacteria is fed– boom, break-outs.

Accutane was a rock-star for treating and eliminating acne because it stopped oil production completely. But your body needs some oil. The product was taken off of the market. So what other product is on the market?

Clearogen is the product you should try. Alpha’s tried it and recommends it. The cost is around for a month’s supply with a money back guarantee. Clearogen stops acne at the source by safely blocking the hormonal source of acne, DHT. If you don’t get Clearogen, go see a doctor.
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How to Cover Acne Breakouts & Dark Spots with Makeup

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My skin has been pretty crazy lately, with new blemishes and breakouts on the daily, so rather than hiding, I decided to film this video, with tips and products I use to camouflage my dark spots and redness, with full coverage foundation. I also discuss how I contour and highlight around my acne breakouts, which can sometimes interfere with lines you’re trying to create. This is not going to necessarily help you get rid of breakouts — unless adding primer is new to your routine — it’s just going to help you hide them with makeup. Acne breakouts are the worst, especially if you’re an adult, but push yourself to embrace your imperfections, even if it means using a little makeup to boost your confidence. I hope you enjoy this video!!!

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