Are you experiencing recurrent skin breakout? It might be due to stubborn dirt and oil that stays even after thorough cleansing. According to the Philippine Dermatological Society (PDS), acne is the most prevalent skin disease among Filipinos, with an affliction rate of approximately 17% among teens from 10 to 18 years of age. This makes acne a serious skin condition, which persists unless treated straight at the source.
The most common problem with acne breakouts is that it recurs despite a rigorous skincare regimen. Against common knowledge, cleansing alone does not get rid of acne. This is because cleansers only work on the skin’s surface dirt and oil, making them insufficient in addressing the root problem of breakouts.
To effectively treat acne, there must be an understanding on how acne really develops in the skin. Acne is a recurring cycle that isn’t caused by dirt, but by bacteria. When excess oil and dead skin cells clog the pores, whiteheads or blackheads appear. Bacteria then infect the pore clog which worsens into red and inflamed bumps more commonly known as pimples. The acne cycle repeats, often triggered by stress or hormones.
But dermatologists have proven and tested that acne can be managed, and acne cycles can be stopped.
Benzac, a global expert in acne treatment, brings you Benzac AC Gel spot treatment that contains the active ingredient, Benzoyl Peroxide. This key ingredient has been clinically proven to kill more than 94% of acne-causing bacteria in 48 hours to significantly reduce redness and inflammation of pimples, and loosen whiteheads and blackheads.
Benzac is known and recommended by dermatologists worldwide. It promises to stop stubborn breakouts by addressing the cause of the acne cycle – bacteria. Benzac comes in a full skincare solution for acne-prone skin with its daily facial cleansers, facial scrub, and its potent antibacterial spot treatment, Benzac AC Gel.
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