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Probiotic Action Shares their New ‘Acne Tip Sheet” for Parents on Treating Children’s Acne with Insight from WebMD
Date:5/14/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) May 14, 2013

“Acne-causing bacteria have become less sensitive to common antibiotics in the past couple decades, due to widespread use of the drugs.” claim sources from WebMD in last week’s article on treating children with acne. For parents who are searching for answers on how to safely treat their children’s acne conditions without further harming skin or causing immune system damage, Probiotic Action shares a “Acne Tip Sheet” to help parent better determine a safe acne treatment route:

1. Always check to see what the effects are- topical acne treatments targeted for adults may not be suitable for children under a certain age.

2. Educate your children about Acne and the Bacteria that cause it so that Children will better understand the importance of how bacteria affect their lives.

3. Discuss with a Dermatologist and Physician to see if an acne treatment or acne cream is appropriate. Some antibiotic treatments are known to cause hormonal issues, and may interact badly with young women on hormone therapy.

4. Teach Proper Skin Care to children, washing their young skin with harsh acids and scrubs may harm the skin, and be too strong, causing cracked, dry, or irritated skin.

5. Be patient- Children and young adults often have varying severity in acne symptoms throughout puberty, taking steps everyday to properly treat their condition will help over time.

6. Research natural methods and supplements as alternative acne treatments, for growing bodies sometimes the best remedies
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