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Acne Treatment Trends to Avoid

As mask-wearing regulations are being lifted, so is the very thing that’s been hiding that acne for over a year. It’s time to get control of this chronic skin condition. In order to do that, you need real guidance from board-certified dermatologists… not social media trends. Here are some acne treatment trends you may be …

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Get Rid of Acne Scars with These 8 Treatments

Visible scars of any kind can affect your everyday life. Whether socially, mentally, or emotionally, scars can be detrimental to your self-esteem. Acne scars often leave depressions in the skin and may become more noticeable as you age and your skin loses its collagen. If your skin is clear and you are ready to say …

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Dermatologist Recommended Daily Skincare for Acne Prevention

If you want to combat acne, it’s time to rethink your daily skincare routine. To give you the best advice, one of The Derm Group’s board-certified dermatologists, Avnee Shah, M.D., shares her expert tips for what you should do every day to keep your skin clean, clear, and acne free. …

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TREAT FINE LINES AND ACNE? DERMS RECOMMEND RETIN-A

Treat Fine Lines and Acne? Derms Recommend Retin-A

When it comes to acne, there are several treatment options your dermatologist might recommend. Depending on your specific skin type and the severity of your acne, you could benefit from oral medication, topical treatments, laser treatments, hormone regulating medicine, and even chemical peels. One treatment option, however, can give you a little more bang for …

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Curing Acne from the Inside Out

Acne is one of those things you assume disappears the further you get from the years of boy crushes and prom drama. But, according to the American Academy of Dermatology, about half of all women ages 20 to 29 and about a quarter of women ages 40 to 49 still have acne. Why? Let’s talk …

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