If you have tried over the counter acne products for several weeks and have not helped you, you can consult your doctor until he prescribes stronger medications for you. A dermatologist can help you control acne and avoid scarring or any other damage to your skin.
Acne medications work by reducing oil production, accelerating the circulation of skin cells, fighting bacterial infection, or reducing inflammation, which helps prevent scarring. With most prescribed acne medications, you may not see results for four to eight weeks, and your skin may get worse before it gets better. It needs to completely remove acne several months or years.
The treatment regimen recommended by your doctor is appropriate for your age, type and severity of acne and should be adhered to, for example you may need to wash and apply medications on the affected skin twice daily for several weeks. Often the topical and oral medications are used together. Oral medications together Pregnant women will not be able to use the prescribed orally prescribed medications to treat acne.
Laser and light therapy are used with light treatments and its result is successful, but more study is needed to determine the ideal method and source of laser for acne.
Chemical peels This procedure uses repeated applications of a chemical solution, such as salicylic acid, glycolic acid, or retinoic acid. No acne doesn’t improve for a long time, so treatments are usually needed for frequent.
Remove white heads and black heads.
Your doctor may use special tools to gently remove whiteheads and blackheads, comedos that have not been cleansed with topical medications. This technique may affect the appearance of scars on the face
Thus steroid injection Cystic and cystic lesions can be treated by injecting the steroid drug directly. This treatment leads to rapid improvement and less pain. Side effects may include thinning of the treated area.
Your visit to the plastic surgeon or dermatologist greatly contributes to choosing the right solution for your skin