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Medical Reference Related to Acne Care

  1. Acne - Home Treatment

    Treatment at home can help reduce acne flare - ups.Wash your face (or other affected skin) gently once or twice a day.Do not squeeze pimples, because that often leads to infections, worse acne, and scars.Use water - based skin care products that gently cl

  2. Acne - Symptoms

    Acne develops most often on the face, neck, chest, shoulders, or back and can range from mild to severe. It can last for a few months, many years, or come and go your entire life.

  3. Acne - Medications

    Information on drugs used to treat acne vulgaris.

  4. Acne - What Increases Your Risk

    The tendency to develop acne runs in families. You are more likely to develop severe acne if your parents had severe acne.The risk of developing acne is highest during the teen and young adult years. These are the years when hormones such as testosterone

  5. Acne - What Happens

    Learn how acne vulgaris develops.

  6. Acne - Cause

    There are different types of acne. The most common acne is the type that develops during the teen years. Puberty causes hormone levels to rise, especially testosterone.

  7. Acne - Other Treatment

    Your doctor may suggest other types of therapies to treat acne or acne scars.

  8. Acne - When To Call a Doctor

    Learn when to seek help for severe acne.

  9. Acne - Prevention

    While you cannot prevent acne, there are steps you can take at home to keep it from getting worse.

  10. Acne - Health Tools

    Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health. Decision Points focus on key medical care decisions that are important to many health problems. Acne: Should I see my doctor? Acne: Should I take isotretinoin for severe acne? ...

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