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ACNE SKIN CARE REGIMEN with Glytone Acne Treatment Kit
By Dermatology Institute of North Texas
Jan 1, 2004, 01:25

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Keywords: acne skin care, glytone regimen, cleansing toner, pimple treatment kit

 

ACNE SKIN CARE REGIMEN with Glytone Acne Treatment Kit

 

Glytone Acne Treatment Kit

 

The Kit includes Glytone Cleansing Gel, Acne Treatment Gel, and Acne Toner

 

Click Here for Product Detail.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MORNING REGIMEN:

 

1)      Rinse your face with cool water and apply Glytone Cleansing Gel.  Wash gently using your fingertips, then rinse and dry face carefully by blotting it gently with a clean towel.  Avoid harsh cleansing alternatives like scrubs or toners.

 

2)      Apply a thin coating of Glytone Acne Treatment Gel to the entire face, not just the acne lesions.  There should be no visible excess medication on your face when you are done.

 

3)      If your dermatologist prescribed an oral medication for you in the morning, take the pill with food.  Taking pills on an empty stomach can cause upset stomach or even nausea.

 

THROUGHOUT THE DAY:

 

Use Glytone Acne Toner  applying to the entire face 2-3 times throughout the day.

 

EVENING REGIMEN:

 

1)      Again, wash using the  Glytone Cleansing Gel  listed above, wash your face gently using your fingertips, rinse and dry face carefully by blotting it  with a clean towel.

 

2)      Apply a thin coating of Glytone Acne Treatment Gel to the entire face, not just the acne lesions.  There should be no visible excess medication on your face when you are done.

 

3)      If your dermatologist prescribed an oral medication for you in the evening, take the pill with food.  Taking pills on an empty stomach can cause upset stomach or even nausea.

 

A WORD ON SIDE EFFECTS….

The medications your dermatologist has prescribed for you will usually cause mild redness and scaling of your face for the first few weeks.  This should become easier to tolerate as your face grows accustomed to the medications.  You can ease these symptoms by applying Glytone Hydrating Fluid or Glytone Hydrating Cream.  If the hydrating fluid or cream is not helping, you may skip the evening topical medication for 2 days, then restart it again.  Do NOT add additional acne products to your regimen without asking your dermatologist first.  Many times these products will weaken the effects of your medications.

 

A WORD ON EXPECTATIONS REGARDING ACNE…

Acne is a chronic condition that waxes and wanes over many years.  Using medications that insurance covers, acne can take up to 6 weeks before clearing of lesions begins.  You must be patient and continue to use ALL of the medications AS DIRECTED whether you think they are helping you or not.

This article is provided by Dermatology Institute of North Texas




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