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ACNE: ENDING BREAKOUTS ISN’T HARD TO DO – HELP IN A TUBE
If you do have acne, especially consistent, pervasive acne, modern science has provided a number of products that, together, can come pretty close to curing it.
The first line of defense is the topical, nonprescription medications available in drugstores that contain either benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. Follow the directions on the tube. They help dry up oily skin and loosen clogged pores. If those don’t do the trick, see a dermatologist.
A professional treatment is likely to start with a round of oral antibiotics in combination with tretinoin (Retin-A), says John F. Romano, M.D., clinical assistant professor of dermatology at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center in New York City. Retin-A is a prescription-only cream that, unlike most topical medications, actually penetrates hair follicles, helping prevent acne formation at its roots.
If the acne persists, your doctor may suggest heavy artillery: isotretinoin (Accutane), taken by mouth, is a powerful drug that has proven to be remarkably effective in clearing up the most severe cases of acne—so much so that you simply don’t see the sort of acne-ravaged face today that was fairly common 20 years ago.
If taken by pregnant women, Accutane can cause birth defects. For men the side effects may include dry skin, eyes and lips, and sometimes inflammation of the nose and burning, redness or itching of the eyes. Accutane can also raise your cholesterol, something you and your doctor should check on a monthly basis.
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