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Cortizone for Acne good or Bad

There are many acne medications available. Cortizone is one of those wich we can call – wide spectrum, topical medication. It is used to treat different skin disorders and lately, people with acne started using cortizone as alternative to other acne medications.

If you have severe acne, cortizone may be good for you. This corticosteroid can nock the infection out practically overnight. One thing many users of cortizone complain is the side effects. Corticosteroids, chemicals and antibiotics are harsh on your skin and can be used short period of time. If you decide to use cortizone as your acne treatment, keep in mind the side effects. Corticosteroids suppress skin’s immune system wich can lead to other skin problems.

 Cortizone for Acne good or Bad

With severe acne when infecion speds fast, you need to stop it fast with no side effects which cortizone has. The ACNE ZAP lotion is all natural, fast acting drying lotion. Its made with essential oils, formulated with anti-inflammatory properties of salicylic acid, roman chamomile and other anti bacterial ingredients tol shrink inflamed acne, blackheads and whiteheads overnight. The drying lotion will not irritate your skin. It is safe and effective for all skin types. One time application before bed is all you need to stop the infection.

If you want to avoid the side effects of cortizone, try AcneZap lotion. You can read more about natural AcneZap lotion Here.

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