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Acne Articles by Internationally Recognised Dermatologists



Acne articles written by internationally recognised dermatologists.



 



Learning About Acne
Acne, often thought to be only a teenager's skin problem, is actually a condition that can affect adults both male and female, although it generally begins during puberty. Taking a proactive approach to treating acne is very important. How you look after your skin every day, along with the treatment you and your doctor select are key steps in your fight to eliminate pimples, preventing scarring and eliminating your acne...



Hormonal Treatment of Acne: How They Work
Hormonal treatments, including oral contraceptives, have long been recognized by dermatologists to be an effective treatment option for women who have acne, no matter how severe...



Acne Myths: Chocolate and Sex Causes Acne!
Have you been told that you shouldn't eat chocolate because it causes acne? Or how about French fries? Pizza? Wrong! That's just a myth, and while certain foods can make acne worse for some people, researchers have found that it does not cause it! ...



The Big Squeeze on Acne: A Discussion About Acne Scars
We all aspire to a smooth, clear complexion. When pimples arise, the need to flatten them out and squeeze is understandable. Unfortunately though, this may lead to short and long-term problems such as persistent redness, large brown stains...



Acne Treatment: Pinpoint the Trigger
From the occasional pimple during times of stress to the familiar breakouts before menses, acne affects almost all women at some time in their lives. While acne commonly develops during the preteen and early teen years, it can also arise in young adulthood and persist for years...



The Unseen Impact of Acne: There is help for those suffering.
Acne is universal. At some time or another we all experience this annoying disease. As teenagers we are frustrated with unsightly blemishes, and as adults, we are dismayed that we can still get acne...



Has Your Acne Left Scars?
Acne affects an estimated 99% of people - mostly teenagers and young adults - at some point in their lives. Although acne is temporary, lasting from a few months to a few years, early therapy is necessary to prevent scarring and dyspigmentation, which, untreated, can persist for life...