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Forget chocolate – acne treatment that actually works!

Posted Jun 12 2009 6:42pm

Friday 22nd May 2009

In the news this week, there has been a buzz about Frutels chocolate acne treatment that helps fight pimples from within.

Yes you read it right – chocolate that actually helps clear your skin. Apparently it works, however I am not so sure. I would prefer to try an acne treatment that was actually guaranteed to work, instead of taking chances on something that might in fact make me obese!

Intense pulsed light therapy (IPL)  and microdermabrasion (Mda)  are the best acne treatments and improve the skin’s texture immediately. With several treatments, you can be well on your way to having clear, spot-free skin. 

Anti-bacterial skin-peels are great for acne too as they cleanse the skin and remove the upper layer of the skin, stimulating it to renew itself. Unless you go for a harsh chemical peel, there will be no downtime, meaning that you won’t be left with raw skin, as is the common misconception.

Weighing up the pros and cons, i would rather have a fifteen minute treatment from which i could see an immediate improvement, than develop an addiction to chocolate that would just make me gain weight. Although i’m not that fond of chocolate anyway, which might be why i’m not too keen to try it.

Take a look at actress Andrea’s acne treatment story on YouTube.

Friday 22nd May 2009

In the news this week, there has been a buzz about Frutels chocolate acne treatment that helps fight pimples from within.

Yes you read it right – chocolate that actually helps clear your skin. Apparently it works, however I am not so sure. I would prefer to try an acne treatment that was actually guaranteed to work, instead of taking chances on something that might in fact make me obese!

Intense pulsed light therapy (IPL)  and microdermabrasion (Mda)  are the best acne treatments and improve the skin’s texture immediately. With several treatments, you can be well on your way to having clear, spot-free skin. 

Anti-bacterial skin-peels are great for acne too as they cleanse the skin and remove the upper layer of the skin, stimulating it to renew itself. Unless you go for a harsh chemical peel, there will be no downtime, meaning that you won’t be left with raw skin, as is the common misconception.

Weighing up the pros and cons, i would rather have a fifteen minute treatment from which i could see an immediate improvement, than develop an addiction to chocolate that would just make me gain weight. Although i’m not that fond of chocolate anyway, which might be why i’m not too keen to try it.

Take a look at actress Andrea’s acne treatment story on YouTube.

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