For many, acne is one of the most challenging skin issues to address.
In fact, according to research, about 50 percent of acne patients experience some form of facial acne, which often worsens with age.
But according to dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Johnson, you can prevent and treat your acne with a healthy diet and daily cleansing.
She also believes the best way to manage acne is through the use of the acne oil, which is produced by the bacteria Bacillus subtilis.
Johnson’s formula is based on the idea that the acne gel can actually fight acne and inflammation, which are both symptoms of acne.
Her skin care company, Fitish Skin Care, has been making this oil since 2015 and is currently selling it in over 20 countries.
Dr. Johnson said that it’s important to note that acne treatment is different than just a quick fix.
She said that acne can be an active condition that takes months or even years to heal, and that it can cause some people significant damage.
So how does she know what works for her patients?
She explained that she does an online survey that includes questions about what the patient does each day to help manage acne and prevent breakouts.
It also includes questions like, “How often do you wash your face?” and “How much shampoo do you use daily?”
Dr. Elizabeth has found that women with oily skin are more likely to have severe acne.
She explained, “People with oily or dry skin have more breakouts, and this is probably a more common cause for breakouts than acne.
If you have oily skin, you’re more likely than your acne-free peers to have acne, but if you have dry skin, that’s not true.”
While Dr. Johnson has found some women with acne to have a severe problem with acne, she also said that women are most at risk for the more common types of breakouts that can result from acne.
Johnson said that her clients generally have more severe acne than the general population, but that not everyone has to experience it.
She noted that while some acne patients may not experience the full range of break outs, other types of skin issues can result in breakouts as well.
“Some people with acne can have very mild skin issues and still have problems,” Johnson said.
“They can also have skin issues that aren’t breakouts,” she continued.
“You’re looking at the patient who’s probably not using any lotions, toners or serums, and they still have a problem,” she said.
Johnson also emphasized that her products are not a panacea.
While they may not completely eliminate acne, they are effective in preventing and treating acne, and for those who do not have any breakouts or who do experience a flare-up, Johnson said, the oil does not have to be the only option.
“It can be helpful, but it’s not a cure,” she added.