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bout cne

enzac reats A oot ause of Acne


Acne is a common skin disease that can affect anyone. It occurs when your pores, or hair follicles, get clogged with oil and dead skin cells and create a place for bacteria to grow and thrive. Bacteria may grow under the skin for weeks or months before breakouts occur on the surface in the form of blackheads, whiteheads, or sore, inflamed pimples filled with pus. While outbreaks often happen on the face, they can be found anywhere on the body, including the back, shoulders, and chest.

Unlike many other acne treatments that don't live up to their claims, Benzac is clinically proven to treat acne and minimize irritation and give you predictable, smooth, and luminous skin within two weeks. In a study, 91% of people saw improvement in their acne after using the regimen of Skin Balancing Foaming Cleanser, Intensive Spot Treatment, and Blemish Clearing Hydrator for two weeks. Those numbers climbed to 93% when they added our Skin Refining Mask to their regimen 3 times per week.


cne: Mild, oderate and Severe

Generally speaking, there are three categories of acne – mild, moderate, and severe – depending on the number and type of breakouts you have at a given time. Take a look at the images below. If you think you have mild or moderate acne, proven Benzac Acne Solution Regimen may help rapidly clear and calm your blemished, oily skin. For more severe cases, you should talk to a dermatologist about the best treatment option for you.



Random, isolated pimples on the surface of the skin. Benefits from a regimen of topical treatments, cleansers, and moisturizers.



Affects a significant area of the face. May require treatment by a dermatologist.



Numerous pimples all over the face, which may include deep cysts that can cause scarring and damage to the skin. Should be treated by a dermatologist.

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