Health care professionals in Florida have said vitamin C has been shown to be effective in treating acne and boosting hair growth.
The Mayo Clinic’s chief medical officer, Dr. Robert Rabin, said vitamin c is one of the best known natural products for treating acne, and it is also effective at boosting hair density.
Rabin said it is important to keep in mind that the vitamin C is absorbed differently in different people, and that it is not known if its effective at treating acne.
However, he said that in some people, it is more effective than a cream, which is what he said the FDA should be considering.
“We don’t know what the effects are in that group,” Rabin said.
“The only thing we know is that if you take a vitamin C cream or you take an oil-based product that is taken with vitamin C, it does work.”
But we don’t really know what’s going on there.””
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And we haven’t found one yet.
“Rabin also said it was important to note that there are different types of vitamin C in skin, and different people have different levels of absorption.
In his speech, Rabin also encouraged people to try a topical retinol cream.
It is commonly used to help prevent the onset of signs and symptoms of acne, including dryness and flaking.
The FDA does not yet have a standard for retinols, but Rabin stressed that there was a growing body of evidence that they can be effective for treating the signs and signs of acne.
The US Food and Drug Administration has not yet issued any guidance about the use of vitamin c as a treatment for acne.
Dr. Rabin suggested vitamin c might be a good alternative to other products that are already on the market.”
The FDA did not immediately respond to Al Jazeera’s request for comment.”
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The FDA did not immediately respond to Al Jazeera’s request for comment.
In October, the agency said it had approved a drug called Vitamin C Serum for the treatment of mild to moderate to severe acne, but said there was “no indication” that it would be an effective option for treating severe or chronic acne.