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

Guaranteed Express Delivery of Exposed products to Brunei: Bandar Seri Begawan, Kuala Belait, Seria, Tutong, Kapok, Bangar, Mentiri.

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Exposed Application by Steps

Step 1: Use Exposed Facial Cleanser [contains: Sage Extract, Pro-Vitamin B5] to gently detoxify and cleanse the skin. Follow with Step 2: Exposed Clearing Tonic [contains: Salicylic Acid, Green Tea Extract, Passion Flower, Aloe Vera, Sage Extract, Vitamin E] to help restore ideal PH balance. Step 3: Finally apply acne treatment Serum [contains: Micro-Encapsulated BP, Green Tea Extract, Azelaic Acid, Licorice Root, Chamomile Extract] to kill acne bacteria and prevent new blemishes.

Getting rid of mild-to-severe acne

Acne is a very common skin condition that affects 80% of teenagers but also many adults. Most often benign, acne can nevertheless take severe forms that leave scars and profoundly alter the quality of life. What are the recommended treatments? Depending on the lesions, acne has several levels of severity, ranging from very mild to very severe. Depending on the level of severity the prescribed treatment might be different. These treatments are the subject of official recommendations issued by the EU Society of Dermatology, which classifies the disease into 5 grades of increasing severity:

  • Grade 1: Very mild acne with virtually no lesions, rare blackheads and scattered papules.
  • Grade 2: Light acne easy to identify with some open or closed comedones and some papulo-pustules reaching less than half of the face.
  • Grade 3: Average acne with many papulo-pustules, comedones and possibly a nodule. The lesions reach more than half of the face.
  • Grade 4: Severe acne, with many papulo-pustules, open or closed comedones and rare nodules and involvement of the entire face.
  • Grade 5: Acne very severe, very inflammatory, covering the face with nodules.

The treatment is different depending on the grade of your acne and often requires patience and perseverance, the results are not immediate.

  • The first-line treatment or attack is local with a single drug for very mild acne. Local retinoids (0.025% tretinoin or 0.05% or 0.1% adapalene) 1 or benzoyl peroxide (1x / day) are recommended as first-line therapy.
  • The treatment for acne grades 2 and 3 is also local but combines the two drugs.
  • Treatment of grade 4 acne includes the above-mentioned local treatment and may additionally include an antibiotic (cycline) orally.
  • For the treatment of acne grade 5, the use of oral isotretinoin is frequently recommended.
  • A suitable maintenance treatment in case of a progressive response is continued until the complete disappearance of the lesions.

In case of failure of first-line treatment: for acne grade 1 to 4, the treatment can be changed in case of failure after 3 months of treatment. This period may be shorter for Grade 4 acne to avoid the risk of scarring. In this case, oral isotretinoin may be proposed. Remember that this drug is prescribed only by specialists, the renewal of the prescription can be done by general practitioners.

Caution: Acne treatment products containing Benzoyl Peroxide may make your skin thinner and more sensitive. You should not sunbathe while using benzoyl peroxide. Moreover, it is good to wait a few days to a week after you stop using the drug before suns. If you stay in the sun, you can protect the treated areas of skin with sunscreen or covering clothing.

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