Walk into any medicine store today and you might have trouble walking out without a pharmaceutical product that claims to deal with acne once and for all. Watch an infomercial and you could as well be sucked into the belief that a simple acne cure does exist for acnes. But my one question is, and always remains that ‘if there is a one-off acne cure already, why isn’t it public knowledge?’ Those creams and lotions you pick off of the counter may work for a number of people, but there isn’t any way you can be sure that it will work for you too. Instead you should be talking to your doctor.
Ladies tend to suffer more from acne than guys do, but that is neither strange nor new. Their bodies are changing all the time because of hormone secretions, so it is perfectly understandable. Even when they reach menopause, acne that most people would have done away with long ago could still plague them and it would not be strange. It is because they are ladies, and you know that their bodies are somewhat like that. But when a man suffers from acne even until middle age, that is not normal.
Can acne be cured? It is a difficult question to answer because whereas a lot of people have found cure in the past, there are almost as many failures as there are recorded victories in that arena. Even as advancements continue to make miracles possible, there yet isn’t any lasting miracle for the treatment of acne. Perhaps with a little more work. I certainly believe that acne can be cured, but I don’t think we have that cure yet.
Since acne is caused chiefly by the blocking of your pores, treating it must likewise begin that way: by removing the blockages from the pores. It was perpetrated by dead cells or actual dirt, and these may be very difficult to remove. However, the use of sulfur and sulfur based ointments has been known to help. I would never be an advocate for self medication, so seek your doctor’s endorsement before you embark on any of such, though.