Taken orally, various antibiotic medications have been employed in the treatment of acne. Research has shown that many antibiotics ameliorate Acne and are often prescribed for persistent, moderate-to-severe acne. As with all these medications, they should be administered only by a qualified physician.

 
 

Comedones, more commonly known as blackheads, are one of the most common causes of acne, particularly for those who have oily skin. It is caused by excess oils that have accumulated in the sebaceous gland's duct. Generally, when acne vulgaris begins, its starts as blackheads and whiteheads.

 
 

For both adolescents and adults, acne can be an aggravating problem. There are many variations of acne and differing degrees of severity. The physical, emotional and psychological effects can be devastating, affecting an individual's confidence, self-image and self-esteem for many years.

 
 

Let's face it, almost everyone has acne occasionally. It's not because you are eating fried foods or chocolate. It's not because of stress or a lack of personal hygiene. Acne is caused by impurities in the skin and body. Thus, internal cleansing may be the way to get rid of acne or to at least keep it under control.

 
 

Many products have been created to treat acne. There are over-the-counter topical creams and ointments, cleansers, and medicated pads; and medicine and ointments prescribed by a physician. Natural remedies have been increasing in popularity for treating many common ailments, acne included. However one of the most preferred, and possibly surprising, treatment options is: water.