Cambodian women have found a unique way to cure acne – a condom lubricant designed for sex workers and gay men. Number One Plus, a water-based lubricant produced by health organisation Population Services International (PSI), is an excellent cure for acne, 29-year-old vendor Tep Kemyoeurn told news agencies. "After I used it for three days, all of my acne dried up and went away. Many people believe in it," Telegraph quoted her, as saying. Khen Vanny, 29, from Phnom Penh, said women of all ages have taken to using the lubricant to get rid of spots. "It is very effective. Some people don''t believe in it but people who do really get a good result," she said, adding: "My youngest sister and my aunt use it too." Another woman told Khmer-language Kampuchea Thmey newspaper that she had used many kinds of medicine to treat acne but none had worked. "After that my friends, who work at garment factories in Phnom Penh, advised me to apply the lubricant from Number One Plus condoms on my face every night," she told the paper. "And just within three to four nights, the acne on my face gradually and then totally disappeared," she added.