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Aug 24, 2007
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Acne is one of the most worries for teenagers. They look around for skin care products for acne treatment. There are lot of skin care products available for acne treatment. However using any such skin care product for acne treatment without prior knowledge of skin care product and its features, it is risky to use it for your skin. It may harm your skin. So it is a must to know details of such skin care products for your acne treatment. Better to consultant with some expert dealing in skin care product and acne treatment.

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There is, however, no actual definition of natural according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). All ingredients are chemicals by definition. "Derived" ingredients are unnatural both according to the original substance and the method of derivation.

The term natural has considerable market value in promoting skin care cosmetic products to consumers, but dermatologists say it has very little medical meaning and the FDA states the claim has no legal meaning. Despite pressure from advocacy groups such as The Environmental Working Group (EWG) the FDA has not defined what natural is or how to achieve it. Contrary to popular belief the FDA does not regulate the sale of skin care and cosmetic products before they are sold.

The FDA recommends understanding the ingredient label and says "There is no list of ingredients that can be guaranteed not to cause allergic reactions, so consumers who are prone to allergies should pay careful attention to what they use on their skin", further warning that "[t]here is no basis in fact or scientific legitimacy to the notion that products containing natural ingredients are good for the skin".