17 Million Americans Currently Suffer from Acne, Making it the Most Common Skin Disease in the United States

Pompton Plains, NJ, August 23, 2006 --(PR.com)-- As NIAMS (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases) finds that nearly 17 million people in the United States currently have acne, making it the most common skin disease in the country, Ryan and Jill Cote have done extensive research and partnered with Tiffany Lauren® to form http://www.ChinaDollSkin.com.

Acne is an non-contagious, common skin disease that is inflammatory in the pores covering the face, back, chest and arms and the oil glands attached to them. Excess oil is produced by the sebaceous gland and causes a greasy, course complexion. When the pores that hold our hairs become blocked by dead skin cells and oil, eruptions known as acne pimples occur.

ChinaDollSkin.com offers an outstanding line of drug free and plant based products designed for acne-prone skin. The natural ingredients used in this skin care line keep bacteria in check and calm signs of irritation and redness, which dermatologists consider to be the two largest causes for making acne worse. Eliminating bacteria minimizes potential blemishes and the result over time is clear, lovely skin that is as smooth as porcelain.

The acne-prone product line consists of a Gentle Enzyme Peeling Cream, Pore-Purifying Astringent, Shine Free Solution, Rescue Gel, Zinc and Sulphur Face Mask and Pore Clearing Cleanser. These items can be purchased individually or you can try five trial sizes in a Visibly Clear Starting Over Tote. The products are made from natural ingredients such as papaya enzyme, witch hazel, sage, tea tree, thyme and eucalyptus. The company is also cruelty-free and the only animals their products have been tested on are humans.

To find out more about skin care and the innovative, incredible, natural products currently available to treat the common skin disease acne, visit Ryan and Jill Cote's website today at http://www.ChinaDollSkin.com.

Ryan Cote