When it comes to the world of acne remedies, it seems like everyone has their own version of snake oil to peddle.
Dermatologist Herbert Goodheart, MD however (whose credits include many skin disorder books) explains the cause and treatment for acne in his book "Acne For Dummies" so simply that even a teenager could understand it.
And the only thing he has to peddle is good advice...
One dermatologist reported, "He cuts through all the lies, legends, and myths of acne treatment."
In Acne For Dummies You'll Learn About:
* The benefits and problems with prescription acne treatments.
* The correct way to care for your skin.
* What treatments really work.
* Why acne is not the end of the world and how to manage your feelings about it.
* How to distinguish between rosacea and acne.
* Prescription drugs and topical treatments.
* Alternative treatments.
* How to deal with scars.
* What you should never do with your skin.
*And much more!
Catherine, a long time acne sufferer in New York reports, "This book was more useful than all the advice I have gotten from various doctors, articles in magazines and so called 'skin care specialists'. The writing is clear and finally so is my skin."
Dr. Goodhearts advice has even appeared in the New York Times Science Section.
This easy-to-read guide makes you feel like Dr. Goodheart is your own private physician, and it can be read from end to end or by jumping from chapter to chapter with equal understandability.
Acne affects more than 60 million people in the USA alone and is the result of inflamed or infected sebaceous glands in the skin - and that doesn't even include the damage it does to your self-esteem.
If you're interested in any of a hundred snake oil remedies for acne, just enter the term ACNE into any search engine and you'll find dozens of peddlers.
But if you want real information from a real dermatologist who knows more than a thing or two about acne remedies, order a copy of "Acne For Dummies by Dr. Goodheart - it will become your new best friend.