Medication That Can Have The Opposite Effect When Trying To Cure Acne
As you begin your path to cure acne you will find a plethora of different products to choose from. Unfortunately, there are some products and medication that can have the opposite effect and can actually be harmful. Here are some tips and pointers of medication and drugs to avoid while searching for the proper treatment.
Corticosteroids tops the list as this fake hormone is more intended for treating hives and eczema than acne. Because it is a fake hormone, it can cause acne and should be avoided if you are looking to cure acne.
While you may have heard anabolic-androgenic steroids in the news and sports world frequently of late, this performance-enhancing medication can cause acne to flare up. For men the acne will occur on the back, chest and shoulders while women are prone to seeing acne generate on the face.
The final drug to stay away from if you want to cure acne is barbiturates. This is a highly addictive drug that is often times prescribed to treat anxiety, stress and restlessness. One of the common side effects of this drug is acne which is why you should look for a different treatment if you are struggling with acne problems.
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