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Acne eBooks
The Acne Treatment Handbook, by Matthew Stevens. The acne treatment handbook is an extremely useful ebook that outlines various methods for tackling acne and the different treatment options available today. 
For Acne Treatment, by Mustafa Arif. Handbook on treating acne.
How to Get Acne-Free Skin and End the Breakouts, by Arina Nikitina. This report reveals how to control your acne and get flawless skin.
Acne Information

Myth: Acne is related to diet.

Reality: After years of studies, no correlation between diet and acne has been found. There is no evidence that chocolate, sugar, oil, milk, seafood, or any other food causes acne. Some people absolutely insist that a certain food causes acne for them. In this case, doctors sometimes recommend that they avoid that food. The bottom line is that changing your diet will most likely not affect your acne, and avoiding foods in order to clear your acne is probably a waste of your time.

Myth: Washing your face more often will help clear up acne.

Reality: Acne is not caused by dirt. Frequent washing can actually irritate your skin. Excess irritation can worsen acne. A washcloth can aggravate this situation further. Use bare hands to wash and only wash twice a day unless you play some sort of sport which requires the use of a face mask during the day. In that case, a third washing and application of medication may be appropriate. Sweat from exercise itself, however, does not aggravate acne and should not be met with excess washing.

Myth: Stress causes acne.

Reality: Stress is not a very important factor in acne despite what you may have heard. Drugs that treat severe stress may have acne as a side effect, but stress itself is no big deal. Your time is better spent determining the right course of acne treatment rather than feeling guilt about stress.

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