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HOW TO Treat Your Acne: Preface to the New eBook.
By Dr. Rick Lin
May 24, 2005, 23:33

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If you are like most people, you have probably suffered from acne at some point in your life.  You have likely been frustrated on many occasions trying to improve your acne.  You probably fear the scarring that acne leaves behind, and you know such scarring can adversely affect your self-image and emotional well being forever. 


Naturally you want a “cure” for your acne but unfortunately there is no cure.  You have likely been bombarded with advertisements for skin care products and cosmetics all promising to eliminate acne.  While a money back guarantee sounds good, in reality most consumers do not have the time or the inclination to package and send the product back for a refund.


Given all of these factors it is nearly impossible for you to discern which of these products are truly going to be effective.  What works for your friend may not work for you and visa versa.  Time wasted going from one ineffective product to another will often hinder you from receiving optimal care and treatment.  Unfortunately, this increases your chances of your acne causing permanent scarring. 

This book is your personal guidebook.  It was written by dermatologists to help you with your acne care and treatment.  The more educated you are regarding acne and its treatment, the better off you will be.  Ultimately, persistence and patience will be the most important factor in your success in treating acne.


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