Acne affects all ages and can be treated

Acne before and after treatment
Acne before (l) and after (r) treatment

MSR: Are teens the only ones who deal with acne?

CC: Absolutely not. I see patients in their teens, 20s, 30s, even 40s and 50s who have to deal with acne. The majority of acne occurs in the teenage years, and that’s why it’s thought of as a teen disease; however, patients of all ages can deal with acne. Continue reading Acne affects all ages and can be treated

5 Acne Skin Care Care Tips

  1. To prevent acne scars, do not pop, squeeze or pick at acne.
  2. Seek treatment early for acne that does not respond to over-the-counter medications.
  3. Gently wash affected areas twice a day. Vigorous washing and scrubbing can irritate your skin and make acne worse.
  4. Shampoo hair often, daily if it is oily.
  5. Use oil-free cosmetics and sunscreens. Avoid astringents, which strip your skin of natural moisture.