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The Connection Between DHT and Acne

There are many products that promise to cure acne, on the market today, which contain one or a combination of a few select ingredients. Benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid are among the most common. Too often, people purchase a product for their skin, fail to get the desired results, and either increase the amount of that product they use or add additional acne products to their cleaning regimen. In spite of drying out their skin, their acne never seems to improve. The reason that these products do not get results is that all they do is clean the oil from the surface of the skin. In order to get real results, you have to get to the root of the problem of oily skin. The connection between DHT and acne is the real problem behind acne that won’t go away.
DHT and Acne
Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is a hormone that is produced in the skin as a byproduct of testosterone that is present in males and females. It causes over-stimulation of the oil glands in the skin, leading to a buildup that we recognize as clogged pores. Bacteria inside the pores begin to grow, leading to the familiar signs of acne. Using a product that does not address DHT will provide only short-term solutions at best. Over-stimulation of the oil glands is not stopped, and the condition will return and continue to grow worse.
Clearogen differs from other acne products by providing a multi-faceted approach. In addition to FDA-approved medications that treat existing acne, it also includes natural ingredients that prevent testosterone from converting to DHT. With less DHT in the skin, glands no longer produce excessive amounts of oil, and skin stays clear.
Preventing Acne Reoccurrences
Once your skin is clear and healthy looking, don’t stop using Clearogen altogether. Although you have achieved your desired results, you will still need to use Clearogen acne products to maintain results and prevent new breakouts from occurring. Fortunately, Clearogen is gentle to skin, so you don’t have to worry about damage or drying of your skin with less frequent long-term care. Call today at 877-30-CLEAR to learn more.
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