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  • I was surprised to learn for a fact that acne is not hereditary, and that most people mistake acne for a skin problem which is called rosacea
  • There are also the main factors that contribute to acne, and the best part is reading about how to safely cover it up, treating it and minimize scarring
  • I think that this is a problem that needs to be addressed, and to really fight the battle of acne is crucial

    • by missy
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      I have been reading the book Acne for Dummies, written by Herbert P. Goodheart, for a few years now, and have developed a deep understanding on acne and the causes of it.

      I was surprised to learn for a fact that acne is not


      hereditary, and that most people mistake acne for a skin problem which is called rosacea.

      As I have read in the book, acne is actually the most common skin disease in the USA itself, and has affected more than 60 million adults and teenagers each ...


      • year.

        There are also the main factors that contribute to acne, and the best part is reading about how to safely cover it up, treating it and minimize scarring.

        There are also some comprehensive skin care and over the counter acne preparations that

        is advised by this expert dermatologist.

        I wasn’t aware that different ethnic groups have also different side effects to acne.

        I think that this is a problem that needs to be addressed, and to really fight the battle of acne is crucial.




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