A common complaint in puberty, hormonal acne also affects skin health and quality of life for adults of all genders, driving the need for new solutions.
Investigators explore the effectiveness of new combination therapies to address the multifactorial pathophysiology of acne vulgaris.
In this drug pipeline interview, Christopher Bunick, MD, PhD, discusses what is innovative in future acne treatment options, what research is happening, and what potential approvals the dermatology space has to look forward to.
A clinician updates the conventional wisdom on acne’s variations in patients of color, offering pearls from her practice and practical takeaways from recent research.
There is a theory that professional acne care can be effective not only in decreasing clinical signs but also in improving quality of life.
Slathering the body with the same skin-care products designed for the face is a bad idea, experts say.