Healing Acne Treatment

Healing Acne Treating with Sulfur

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Healing Acne Treating with Sulfur

Sulfur, One of the oldest known acne treatments. This is the  same stuff the flammable ends of matchsticks are made of is also used as an acne treatment.

Historically sulfur was used in ancient times to treat a wide range of skin problems, from dermatitis and dandruff to rosacea and warts.  It’s still used in skin care products today.

Being a natural element it  has an odor that is quite… distinctive. Luckily, today’s sulfur skin care products don’t smell that bad and the benefits make it worth it.

How Healing Acne Treatment Works

When applied topically, The sulfur causes the skin to dry and peel. Despite how this sounds, it is actually a good thing for your skin if you have acne.

First, This  helps reduce skin oiliness.  Secondly, it helps the skin slough away cells more effectively, so pore blockages (AKA the beginnings of a breakout) don’t develop.

Having antimicrobial properties,  it helps keep the acne-causing propionibacterium acnes in check.

Works for all types of Acne

Healing Acne Treatment works best if you have mild blemishes or moderate acne.as a spot treatment andt is effective for severe acne or cystic breakouts with continued use.

Also excellent for treating  inflammatory acne as well as comedonal acne.

So, if you have red pimples, or blackheads, or a combination of the two, sulfur can improve your skin.

All Skin Types and A Great Option For Sensitive Skin

Is your skin allergic to benzoyl peroxide?  Does your skin turn bright red at the mere sight of Retin-A?  Healing Acne Treatment with Sulfur might be your new best friend.

This acne-fighting ingredient tends to be gentler on the skin than many other acne treatments.  It’s not as strong as those prescriptions., So if your skin simply can’t take the side effects of most other acne medications, Healing Acne Treatment with sulfur is a great treatment option.

Side Effects

Drying, peeling, redness, and mild itching are the most common side effects of sulfur. They tend to be worse when you first begin treatment.

If your skin is super sensitive, try starting slowly and building up to the recommended dose.

You can purchase online here  at Skin Care By Suzie

 

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