Understanding Acne Treatment
How is acne treated? WebMD offers a comprehensive guide to prescription and nonprescription treatments for this skin condition, along with tips for preventing acne outbreaks.
Understanding Acne Symptoms
Learn about the symptoms of acne -- and signs that you should call a doctor -- from the experts at WebMD.
Acne Rosacea is a skin disorder limited to the nose,cheeks,chin,and forehead,typically beginning during adulthood. The facial skin becomes oily,reddened and bumpy. Small red blood vessels are visible. In extreme cases,the nose may appear very red and bulbous. ...
Pink pimples ("neonatal acne") are often caused by exposure in the womb to maternal hormones. No treatment is needed, just time.
The occasional pimple needs no treatment. Over-the-counter cover-up creams and cosmetics, if used at all, should be water based.
Learn more from WebMD about the causes and treatment of acne.
Acne During Pregnancy
Learn more from WebMD about pregnancy acne - a condition caused by changing hormonal levels - and how to treat it so that you don't harm yourself or baby.
Birth Control for Acne
WebMD looks at the types of birth control recommended for acne treatment in women.
Safe Soaps and Cleansers for Acne
Arm yourself against acne outbreaks by choosing cleansers and face soaps that work with your skin type. WebMD tells you what to look for to keep your skin as blemish-free as possible.
Learn more from the experts at WebMD about acne and what triggers it.