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Medical Reference Related to Acne Care

  1. Topical Retinoid Medicines for Acne

    Drug details for Topical retinoid medications for acne.

  2. Isotretinoin for Acne

    Drug details for Isotretinoin for acne vulgaris.

  3. Acne - Other Treatment

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

  4. Acne - Medications

    Information on drugs used to treat acne vulgaris.

  5. 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

  6. Azelaic Acid for Acne

    Drug details for Azelaic acid for acne vulgaris.

  7. Acne - Treatment Overview

    Learn about treatment for acne vulgaris.

  8. Acne - Surgery

    Read about surgery to remove deep acne scars.

  9. Baby Acne

    Pink pimples ("neonatal acne") are often caused by exposure in the womb to maternal hormones. No treatment is needed, just time.

  10. Acne

    The occasional pimple needs no treatment. Over-the-counter cover-up creams and cosmetics, if used at all, should be water based.

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