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Acne can range from mild to severe so where are you on the 1 to 4 ‘acne scale’?

June 27, 2012 by Works with Water

Acne can range from mild to severe so where are you on the 1 to 4 ‘acne scale’?


Grade 1: This is the mildest form of acne. Grade 1 consists of blackheads mostly on the nose and a few papules which are small, red breakouts typically found on the cheeks. These breakouts are minimal and tend to be occasional.

Grade 2: This is considered moderate acne and is characterised by blackheads, milia (whiteheads), inflammation, redness, papules and pustules. They are found usually on the nose, cheeks, and chin / jaw line. More than occasional, Grade 2 acne needs more active attention.

Grade 3: Very similar to Grade 2 but with more swelling, and the number of actual papules and pustules is increased significantly. Scarring tends to be more noticeable as well. In this case, it is found all over the face and neck in addition to other acne-prone areas such as the chest, back and upper arms.

Grade 4: It is the most severe form of acne and is quite rare. Usually the skin is covered by an extreme number of pustules and edema (swelling).

Although our ‘help: clear skin’ product works for most types of acne, those who suffer from Grade 3 and 4 acne will see the most improvement from taking the help: clear skin supplement on a daily basis. If that is you, why don’t you try it out for four to six weeks and see if your skin improves during this time? We think you’ll be impressed!

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