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Dermatologist’s Tips for Rapid Clearing of Acne
Date:2/20/2013

Prescott, AZ (PRWEB) February 20, 2013

Most people think that acne is just about pimples, but it can include blackheads, excessive oiliness, cysts and even scarring. The skin changes after acne such as dark or purplish spots may take months to disappear. In addition, many studies have shown that people with acne may feel low self-esteem or even depression.

Acne is most common on the face, but can appear on the neck, chest, back and arms. Typically acne occurs in the teenage years but it can occur at any age. Other conditions can mimic acne, so correct diagnosis is the key to proper treatment.

Robin Fleck, M.D., founder and medical director of Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute, offers the following tips to her patients to have clear, acne-free skin. “First of all, acne is curable, so don’t give up. If the treatment you are using hasn’t worked, seek out a board-certified dermatologist who can help. Most patients can be clear of acne within two months with the proper prescriptions,” remarks Dr. Fleck.

A second tip is to be gentle with your skin. It will heal more quickly if it isn’t injured by harsh soaps and chemicals, manual picking, abrasive cleansers, dermabrasion and other so-called acne treatments. Cleanse with a soap-free agent such as Cetaphil, Aquanil or Pureblend cleansers with only your hands is recommended, followed by application of an oil-free moisturizer, especially if you are using a prescription retinoid cream, which can dry your skin.

For very mild acne, topical Vitamin C serum may be all that is required to bring it under control. This antioxidant is beneficial for more severe acne as
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