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Acne is a skin condition that plagues individuals of all ages, though pubescent teenagers and young adults have the worst end of the stick. Pimples and scars affect one who is acne-prone both personally and socially. Though there are several oral medications and cosmetic procedures that can help cope with acne-woes, most people are hesitant to take such extreme measures. In such circumstances, topical treatments come to the rescue, presenting the least invasive method of solving skin problems. The effectiveness of these ointments, lotions and potions depends upon appropriate dosage, proper application and regular use. Here are some of the best topical treatments that one can use to get rid of acne.

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<strong>1. Benzoyl Peroxide</strong>

An inexpensive yet one of the most popular topical treatments for acne is benzoyl peroxide. This therapy is used for treating milder forms of acne. This over-the-counter medication works in three steps – it kills bacteria, minimizes inflammation, and aids in unclogging blocked pores. It works effectively for clearing inflamed spots and blackheads.

Benzoyl peroxide is available in the market in alcohol-base and water-base. You can buy the medication as gels, creams, or lotions easily, without a prescription. Moreover, it comes in various strengths – there is 2.5% to 10% concentration available. All you need to do is, wash your face 20 minutes before applying benzoyl peroxide. Apply it twice a day to see marked difference in your breakouts.

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