Combined plant-based therapy is more effective for treating mild-to-moderate acne than a synthetic antibiotic
Current and Emerging Treatments for Acne
Small study shows that this topical solution could be as effective for treating post acne scarring as microneedling.
Oral and topical statins can be an effective addition to treatment for acne vulgaris when combined with standard treatment, suggests the results of a study published online in Current Clinical Pharmacology.
Study shows novel minocycline foam appears to be effective in moderate to severe acne vulgaris and is well-tolerated in phase three trials.
Pilot study suggests topical gel effective as monotherapy for acne vulgaris of the trunk.
Combining metformin and oral contraceptives to treat polycystic ovarian syndrome has little impact on quality of life measures including acne, a study shows.
Intense pulsed light therapy is an effective treatment for severe acne in dark-skinned women, say researchers writing in the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology.
Kleresca's new biophotonic technology received CE mark of approval, which will allow it to expand in the U.S., Canada, Australia and throughout Europe.
A low glycemic index and glycemic load diet decreases IGF-1 concentrations, a well-established risk factor in the pathogenesis of acne pathogenesis indicating that such diets have the potential to reduce the impact of acne, a study suggests.
Dermatologists should consider using the diuretic drug spironolactone to treat acne in women instead of antibiotics, researchers report.