Do you experience acne breakouts? You’re not alone.
Acne is one of the most common skin conditions in the United States affecting over 50 million people. It has many different forms, causes, and levels of severity. Though it is not life threatening, acne can cause emotional distress and poor self image. If left untreated it can lead to permanent scarring.American Academy of Dermatology
Your skin is unique and that is why our acne treatment plans are tailored to meet your skins needs.
- Topical Medications
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- Accutane (isotretinoin)
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Bumpy skin, blackheads, and non-inflamed blemishes. This type of acne sits closer to the surface of the skin and does not have a bacterial basis.
Pimples that display redness and swelling due to oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria buildup that clogs the pores.
Pus-filled bumps that are often painful (cysts and nodules). This is the most chronic form of acne and typically requires more in-depth treatment plans.
Acne may appear on the face, neck, chest, back, shoulders, and upper arms. It most commonly affects teenagers due to the overproduction of oil during adolescent years, as hormonal changes take place. However, acne also commonly affects adults, and even infants.