Conventional acne treatment guidelines focus on acne severity. But there’s much more to effectively treating individual acne patients, according to an expert panel of 13 Canadian dermatologists, who developed a case-centered multifactorial consensus on acne management. Learn more
Uncover the ways in which psychological problems may be impacting the skin, or vice versa. Learn more.
“The increased strength of adapalene (a retinoid) is a valuable ingredient to explore in view of the growing incidence of drug resistance and the fact that it apparently worked in moderate to severe acne patients is a very good sign," says an expert. Learn more.
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Skin of color patients exhibit clinical and therapeutic nuances that affect acne management. Dermatologists should understand how these patients present, clinically; how to treat them safely; cultural factors; and their specific desired treatment endpoints.
Selectively heating sebaceous follicles with topically-delivered light-absorbing gold microparticles is a safe and effective treatment for acne.
Analysis yields significant association between acne and psychiatric disorders.
When the tried-and-true mainstream acne treatments fail, it helps to use newer or lesser-known options.
Secukinumab has received FDA approval as a new treatment option in psoriasis. A panel of experts tackles this drug’s uses, benefits, and drawbacks.
Researchers analyzed emerging oral drugs for psoriasis and concluded “… the development of new oral treatments for moderate-to-severe psoriasis has not kept pace with biologic therapies.