Like the previous response says, a dermatologist can prescribe medications but most are conservative about writing prescriptions and I'm not sure of the side effects.
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Go to your doctor and get a recommendation for a skin doctor near you. They can prescribe good treatments for you that WORK.
Benzaclin is a good treatment. Clindamycin also works.
Hope that helped
It's like a blemished view of the world and it does affect how you act. So really there comes a point where severe acne is no longer conducive to a happy or healthy life and you need to do something about it. But where do you start? Doing your homework is always the best place to begin. You really want to find a product that has a few key components and a few key effects. First of all, finding a product that is made from natural ingredients is really important. Adding chemicals to the mix when your skin is already challenged would not be the first route to take.
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1. Wash with a salicylic acid wash
2. Apply a glycolic acid cream(Alpha Hydroxy) to the entire face and other problem areas
3. Finally use 10% benzoyl peroxide directly on breakouts.
Available at Walgreens; a few bucks; no prescription . Works as well as TV remedies for a lot less money.
I had problems with acne on the upper back until I was 30 and found a solution. Here are some suggestions:
Get yourself a product including Salicylic acid. This costs like 10€ in a pharmacy and will last you some time. Personally I apply this while showering on my upper back but you could also use it similiar to a face wash, depending in your problem zone.
Then get you a prescribtion for a product including Zinc acetate as a topical. (at least you need a prescribtion for this in Europe). You could add zinc as a supplement (pills).
If this is not working (and I promise it will). You would have to go for harder stuff like retinol creme.