Acne Treatment Reviews

Does acne negatively affect your career? Suffering from acne can be hard enough on your social life. But if you have the feeling that it may be affecting your career too, new evidence says you may be right. Having acne can affect your career path in a variety of ways. If acne makes you feel...

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A member of the American Academy of Dermatology, Dr. Shari Hicks-Graham far exceeds patient expectations. Board-certified in the field of dermatology, she has immense interest in all aspects of the subject. From surgical procedures to aesthetic dermatology, and even general practices, she cares about each area of the dermatology field and works with her patients...

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You’ve spent years planning it, and longer still imagining what it will be like. The last six months have been a flurry of excitement and tears, meal planning, dress trying and first-dance practising, and now it’s finally come. Your Wedding Day. The day you should look your most beautiful as friends and family stare at...

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Breaking out in the same place over and over again often indicates that there is more going on IN your body than you might have realized. Often times, when there is an imbalance of function in the body it manifest ON the body. On the skin to be exact. It could be that those pimples...

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The most well-known acne product on the market just got better. The new Proactiv Plus heals your skin in ways few other acne killers can. While we still think Exposed Skin Care is the best over-the-counter acne treatment system available, there is no doubt Proactiv Plus is a big improvement over the ‘old’ Proactiv. Proactiv...

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Acne is a major downer that most men forget. But it turns out that men who have been free of acne for 50 years and more may still suffer one of the most serious after-effects of acne in the form of an increased risk for prostate cancer. Propionibacterium acnes is the species of bacteria that...

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It’s been at least 30 years since doctors prescribed single drugs for treating acne. Acne patients no longer get just a disinfectant like benzoyl peroxide or just an antibiotic like minocycline or just a retinoid drug like Differin. Dermatologists prescribe multiple medications with multiple effects to get rid of as many blemishes as possible. Typically...

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The antibiotic doxycycline is considered to be a kinder, gentler alternative to minocycline, an antibiotic more often used to treat acne in the United States. Canadian and European doctors often prescribe doxycycline for their teenage and young adult patients because it is less likely to leave black or blue stains on the teeth at the...

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When most teens and many adults are asked what they would most like to change about their faces, the unequivocal answer usually is “Acne!” But the truth is that many other color and texture issues cause acne sufferers consternation about their skin. Here’s a look into some treatable skin conditions that excessive focus on acne...

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