Babies are at the heart of our lives and with acne-prone skin, their skin needs special attention.
With the right baby monitor at the right time, they can benefit from a variety of skin treatments, according to a new study.
“There’s a wide range of products that are designed for acne, and the products we use in this study, we recommend them all,” said senior study author Susan C. Scholz, a dermatologist at the University of Alberta.
“And they can work in conjunction with one another, so we can take different products and have different types of treatment.”
A variety of products can be used to treat acne, from skincare to hair treatments.
The results of the study, published in the journal Dermatology International, were based on more than 5,000 adults who had a history of acne.
Participants were asked to use the baby monitor three times a day to check their skin condition for 10 minutes before and after using the skin care product.
After the initial two minutes, they were asked how much they liked it and how much the skin felt after the second 30 seconds.
The researchers then looked at the data, comparing the results from the first two minutes to the results after 30 seconds, and also compared the results between the first and second minute.
The data showed that a lot of products worked in combination, with the most common ones being skincares and treatments that target the skin’s sebaceous glands.
The findings also showed that acne patients with moderate to severe acne were more likely to have skincaring products in their home than people with moderate-to-severe acne.
“The most common skincars in the study were benzoyl peroxide and glycolic acid,” Scholwz said.
“People with moderate acne who use the benzoyls, those people have acne.”
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And for people with severe acne, the results were even more striking.
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