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Acne red papules
I've been getting acne constantly on my cheeks and jaw area, I've consulted a dermatologist after oral medication still pimples seem to appear, is there any other treatment rather than oral for acne and dark spots.Thx
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Acne vulgaris is physiological, it depends on the harmonal variations & how you responds to it depends on your hereditary .Stress,lack of sleep , menstrual cycles in females...etc. Acne lesions appears more common on cheeks, jaw, fore-head ,back & chest...where more number of sebaceous glands are present. Depending on the grade of acne & type of skin..it will leads to post acne scarring +post inflammatory hyerpigmentation(black spots).
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So you need to maintain the skin with good face wash  like salicylic, topical antibiotics & keratolytics,systemic antibiotics..if grades are higher means you need to go for systemic retinoids..like isotretinointo control.
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In acne vulgaris you need to use medicines to maintain & prevent the complications like scars & pigmentation... its not like one course or once treatment ...maintaince required... meet a dermatologist &get treated.
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Hi thanks for the query..please note that there is no single curative treatment for acne..i.e acne are known to be repetitive skin disease..please visit a dermatologist to plan a proper treatment plan for you.
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meet a dermatologist to discuss treatment plan
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