Inflamed & Non-Inflamed Acne

For those of you struggling with acne, there are 2 basic “types” of acne break outs: Inflamed and Non-Inflamed. Here is how to recognize the difference.

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Inflamed Acne (used with permission).

Inflamed Acne is

  • Red or blotchy appearance in the skin
  • Skin feels hot to the touch
  • Pimples/pustules/whiteheads/blackheads are present
  • Cysts may be present
  • Excessive oiliness
  • Skin is sensitive and reactive to products

 

 

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Non-Inflamed Acne

Non-Inflamed Acne is …

  • Dull, sluggish appearance to the skin
  • The presence of bumps or blackheads, with a few pimples or pustules
  • Excessive oil in the skin
  • Skin tissue appears congested under the surface
  • Skin may be more resilient and is generally not sensitive or reactive to products
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Combination Acne

 

 

An individual can also have both types of acne, known as Combination Acne.

Acne is a mysterious and frustrating disorder, but it can be controlled with the right combination of products, used in the correct way. Just as in a clogged drain, the pore must be treated with products that help to unclog it and kill the acne bacteria. Face Perfection utilizes a uniquely formulated pharmaceutical-grade system that has proven success in clearing even the most severe types of acne – without prescriptions.

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