About Clean & Clear Continuous Control Acne Wash
Many acne products involve multi-part systems you're supposed to use every day in order to keep your skin clear. But some people may not have time for complicated skin care rituals, or may want to keep their routine simple. For them, Clean & Clear Continuous Control acne cleanser might provide the blemish control they need in one product.
Most people get acne -- according to the American Academy of Dermatology, nearly 85 percent of all people have had acne at some point in their lives, and acne is the most common skin disorder in America, affecting between 40 million and 50 million people. When your skin develops whiteheads, blackheads and pimples, you can blame a combination of excess oil and bacteria. To curb your blemishes, you need to kill bacteria and wash away excess oil. Benzoyl peroxide, the active ingredient in Clean & Clear Continuous Control acne cleanser and many other acne products, works against the bacterial cause of acne.
Clean & Clear Continuous Control acne cleanser contains 10 percent benzoyl peroxide, the highest concentration allowed in an over-the-counter formulation. According to the manufacturer, the product contains a special form of benzoyl peroxide that penetrates your pores deeply, so that it continues to work even after you've finished washing your face with it. That's why Clean & Clear recommends it both as an acne wash and an acne treatment.
The benzoyl peroxide in Clean & Clear Continuous Wash acne cleanser effectively kills bacteria, according to Drugs.com. It also dries your skin slightly, which makes it easier for you to wash away excess oil, dirt and debris. You also can use it to remove makeup. Clean & Clear recommends using the product once every day to wash your skin carefully.
The 10 percent concentration of benzoyl peroxide in Clean & Clear Continuous Control acne cleanser may dry and irritate your skin, according to Drugs.com. Side effects aren't unique to this one product -- according to MayoClinic.com, all users of over-the-counter acne products may have this problem, which often clears up after the first month you use the acne treatment.
Over-the-counter acne treatments such as Clean & Clear Continuous Control acne cleanser may clear only mild cases of acne. Clean & Clear recommends its Continuous Control product for people with normal or oily skin for cleansing, controlling breakouts and treating existing pimples. A 5-ounce tube of the product costs about $5 as of 2010, and it is available for purchase at most drug stores.
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