The Importance in Clinical Studies of an Acne Treatment

For some people who are looking for an acne treatment that really works, seeing before and after acne pictures that show real results are all they need as proof. For others, the memories of short-term results they have gotten from one product to the next are enough to cause doubt that any product will really help to clear their complexion over the long run. This is one reason that clinical studies are so important when considering any treatment for acne.
In short, clinical studies produce evidence to researchers as to what does, and what doesn’t work in regards to all types of treatments for people. They also give them the information they need to determine if side effects are less significant than the potential benefits. The clinical studies are what help researchers make the determination that a treatment is “safe and effective.”
Acne is not a life-threating illness or condition -- only one that causes frustration and embarrassment. That means that when clinical studies are performed on an acne treatment, or a new ingredient that may be used in different acne products, it is much less likely to be determined safe and effective if there is any risk of serious side effects. At the same time, the product must show significant improvement to acne before it is considered effective.
Clinical trials on Clearogen have shown that participants who had acne saw a reduction of both inflammatory and non-inflammatory acne lesions without skin irritation. Clearogen also caused a decrease in sebum production, supporting the claim that Clearogen reduces the cause of acne. The before and after acne pictures produced by Clearogen are indicative of the long-term results regular use of the product provides. To learn more about the safe and effective results you get from Clearogen, call 877-30-CLEAR.
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