I have reviewed many products, including AcneCera.
I am not a dermatologist or a medical doctor, but I do have extensive experience working in dermatology. As a general rule, I advise all acne patients to consult a dermatologist to find the right product for their acne. A dermatologist does a much better job of diagnosing the cause of the acne and making the right prescription to manage the acne. The most effective acne treatments can be bought from the acne community. A lot of products are labeled as "cure" or "antibiotic" but they are not. The only way to cure your acne is to stop using the products. If you are using something that causes acne, then you should stop using it asap. Most products contain "active ingredients" that are anti-acne agents, not "natural" or "herbal" remedies.
The first step in the healing of acne is the removal of the offending acne causing agents. Acne bacteria cause this type of acne. Acne is very contagious and can spread through intimate contact or during a cold. Acne can be treated by using chemical peels and a skin cleaning regimen. A chemical peel can be used to remove the chemical or other chemicals from the skin or the hair. This is also called chemical peeling.