Key Biscayne

580 Crandon Blvd
Key Biscayne, FL 33149
2750 Sw 37 Ave
Miami, FL 33133
103400 Overseas Hwy, #237
Key Largo, FL 33037
Clinic Hours:
8:30am – 5:00pm

Acne Skin Care 101

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Severe acne can affect many facets of a person’s life, causing a great deal of embarrassment and stress. Some severe forms of acne like acne cysts may rupture and cause scars that can result in psychological effects on the sufferer.

Having skin full of pimples and zits may significantly limit one’s social life and even diminish career prospects. Although acne is not considered to be a life threatening disorder, the psychological impact of acne can be quite profound as it affects the most visible parts of your body.

If your acne condition is severe it can be disfiguring and require years of treatment. Seeking the help of a dermatologist will be the best option. There are many board certified dermatologist in Miami that can provide the best treatments taylor to your specific problem.

How To Care For Your Acne

There is a tendency for most people when seeing a ‘ripe’ pimple to pick or squeeze it. This will cause further damage to your skin as germs or bacterias from your finger tips can cause inflammation and scarring as a result. The risk of infection is also increased. One good option is to use lotions or creams containing benzoyl peroxide, which are available over the counter. Just be aware that some of these may cause dryness of your skin if directions of use are not adhered to.

For acne that is more persistent, a dermatologist may prescribe an antibiotic solution to be applied to the surface of the skin or an oral antibiotic, such as tetracycline or erythromycin. Using antibiotics as acne treatment functions to suppress bacterial growth thereby reducing the recurrence of persistent acne.

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