Miracle Acne Cure with Natural Herbs

Alabama, AL (PressExposure) December 05, 2007 -- Getting rid of acne made possible with Radix Gentianae and Cortex Dictamni Most teenagers and adults are concerned about how to get rid of acne. They may have used several acne medications from prescription to non-prescription, but their problem still persists. (DRWAC) Department of Research Writing at Acne Cleanup Inc. reported that they found highly effective natural herbs for treating all types of acne irrespective of severity or the skin type.

Gentian is a rhizomatous plant of the genus gentiana having multicolor showy flower. Radix Gentianae refers to rhizomes of the plant gentian. The plant has significant properties such as antimicrobial property and anti-inflammatory property which through study have shown to be effective for skin care.

Bacterial infection of hair follicles and damp heat of liver are two main causes of acne. Both these factors trigger the sebaceous glands to produce excessive sebum which in turn result in bumps and pimples.

Cortex dictamni in combination with Radix Gentianae removes damp heat of liver that stimulate the sebaceous glands. Both these herbs are effective and safe to use for treating any type of acne and no side effects have been reported till now. Besides these properties, they also provide essential nutrients to your skin.

These herbs are used topically on the affected area (pimples, papules, pustules etc.). Various over the counter acne remedies contain these herbs as their essential ingredients and are used at least twice a day.

About Acne Clearup

Acne Clearup (http://www.acneclearup.com) is a well known organization serving skin health information and knowledge, acne solutions etc. The organization has a team of research writers that are continuously striving to provide true and useful information, knowledge and solutions to cope with acne.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 15, 2007 at 11:36 pm
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