Newly launched website Acnecommander.com is offering a nice set of skin care and acne related treatment tips on their website.
March 4, 2013 (Newswire) - A new skin care, particularly one focused on acne, website has launched.
Going by the name of acnecommander.com, it features an easy and visually pleasing layout and tons of information on the three main categories, acne treatments and tips, beauty and skin care.
Under the acne treatments and tips category, readers can enjoy quality content articles such as "Learn How to Prevent Pimples," which provides a very well-researched and thorough article on what products to use and what products to avoid, among other such information, to help interested readers learn to prevent their skin from future acne breakouts.
Other articles under the same category such as "3 Hidden Causes of Acne" and "All Natural and Rush Acne Guide" gives readers'unique information that are not frequently found on other skin care websites, that often only focus's on advertising specific skin care products.
It should be noted that the overall advantage of using this website is that its sole purpose is to educate it's readers, not to sell a particular brand of skin care product.
The next main category is beauty and although it is generally considered to be a very wide topic, which on most other websites, would include acne treatments and skin care combined with other beauty topics as one big category.
But acnecommander.com breaks down the bigger categories into smaller categories and thus provides only beauty related articles such as "7 Homemade Beauty Tips for Great Skin."
The third and last main category is simply titled as skin care. Essentially, unlike the two previous categories, this topic only focuses on regiments and tips that will improve the overall quality of one's skin.
The articles for this category ranges from topics geared towards people with a certain type of skin such as "How to Manage Oily Skin Type" to more general topics on skin care such as "Top Five Foods for a Great Looking Skin."
The website uses a blog-like navigation system, with the main navigation bar in blue at the top with bold white writing and a rather comprehensive navigation bar on the right side of the website which offers not only the main categories, but also allows viewers to see the recent posts and comments as well as the archives with all the older posts.