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Exposed® 60-day Expanded Kit (6-Piece)

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The US Exposed manufacturer is the largest full-service distributor and supplier of Exposed SkinCare products in Jamaica. Orders can be submited securely ONLINE and are delivered quickly and discreetly.

Guaranteed Express Delivery of Exposed products to Jamaica: Kingston, Spanish Town, Portmore, Montego Bay, Mandeville, May Pen, Old Harbour, Linstead, Half Way Tree, Savanna-la-Mar.

Symptoms, Causes, Treatment of Acne

Although some people may suffer from severe forms of acne, acne papulo-pustulosa or conglobata, but the good news is that effective prescription medical treatment is available and the earlier treatment begins, the less the risk of permanent physical and emotional damage. One fifth of the population in Jamaica is affected by mild-to-moderate acne in one way or another that involves light treatment which does not require strong medicines with a number of side effects.

Before selecting any treatment, it is highly important to determine the symptoms that cause problems. Treatment of mild to moderate acne usually addresses one or more of the four reasons behind the inconvenience.

They work by:

  • reduce sebum production and thereby regulate seborrhea
  • increase the rate of renewal of superficial skin cells, thus helping to manage hyperkeratosis
  • fight bacterial infections due to microbial colonization
  • reduce inflammation and thereby relieve rashes, palpitations and pustules

Exposed® Skincare series offeres a complete range for cleansing, treating and maintaining your skin. Acne is often an outward manifestation of an internal disorder. There are many factors that may cause acne.

What medical treatments are there?

Among the effective medicines that can be used to treat acne are: topicals - benzoyl peroxide - antimicrobial products - azelaic acid - oral antibiotics - oral isotretinoin - oral antiandrogen. These options are used separately or sometimes combined depending on the severity of the symptoms.

Medical acne treatment follows a strict international standard to ensure that dermatologists and doctors are consistent in their treatment. This evidence-based guideline* provides healthcare professionals with information about which treatments, or combination of treatments to be used, depending on the severity of the acne and the individual symptoms. It includes options for different skin types and, where appropriate, for women. Some oral medicines for acne should not be taken during pregnancy, especially during the first three months, and therefore dermatologists and doctors can suggest alternatives. Keep in mind that it takes time before you see any effect of acne treatment. This applies to both medical and non-medical treatment. The general rule is 4-8 weeks, but it may take up to three months and the symptoms may worsen before they get better. It is easy for patients to lose weight and give up and therefore it is important to keep up and keep up with their routines, even though no immediate improvement is seen.

Medical treatments for acne symptoms

Although there is no "cure" for acne, the symptoms can be treated with medical and non-medical methods. Medical treatment is usually recommended in severe forms of acne or when non-medical options have been tried but have not had any effect.

The first treatment option for severe acne is a topical gel, cream or lotion. Among the medical treatments are:


There are 3 factors that are responsible for the appearance of acne:

  • Tretinoin / Adapalene. Topical retinoids act on abnormal keratinization and are also anti-inflammatory and thereby work against both comedonal and inflammatory acne
  • Benzoyl peroxide helps to prevent killing skin cells blocking the hair follicles and also killing the bacteria that cause infections
  • Topical antimicrobial agents (topical antibiotics) help to kill bacteria on the skin that can infect clogged hair follicles. Always be combined with benzoyl peroxide to prevent the development of bacterial resistance
  • Azelaic acid is often used as an alternative treatment to relieve the skin from dead skin cells and kill bacteria. It is often prescribed for patients who experienced side effects of benzoyl peroxide or topical retinoids.

If they do not work, a medicine called Isotretinoin may be prescribed. Hormonal treatments can also be effective for women with acne because estrogen reduces the activity of the sebaceous glands and reduces the formation of ovarian and adrenal glands.

Tips: As with all other medicines, there are known side effects for certain types of acne treatment. They can include dry skin and sun sensitivity, but can be alleviated by moisturizing care products for acne-susceptible skin like Exposed® Skincare Series.

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