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Acne may subside by learning to avoid factors such as poor diet, irritating products, or certain medications. Over the counter treatments may offer additional improvement as well.
Patience is key when treating acne. Over-the-counter creams, gels, or cleansers should be used as directed, and can take as long as four to six weeks before improvement is noticeable.
Topical treatments for acne usually contain one or more of the following ingredients to either fight bacteria or clear pores:
If acne is not responding to over-the-counter treatment a doctor may be able to help. Acne that impacts emotional wellness, causes pain, and creates scars should be addressed by a medical professional before symptoms worsen.
For severe and stubborn acne, a doctor may recommend a potent, prescription strength version of topical treatment. It is advised to start acne treatment gently, rather than opting for harsh treatments from the start. A negative reaction can be more detrimental than the initial presence of acne.
In addition to topical treatment for acne, an oral prescription medication may also be advised. These medications are usually tetracycline-based antibiotics. Treatment with oral antibiotics can last anywhere from one month to a year.
Medical grade facials, peels, or laser treatments may also combat acne. These procedures need to be performed by a licensed professional to minimize adverse effects and avoid damage to the skin. In most cases, a facial peel will use specialized acids to dissolve any dead skin and bacteria.
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