In 2018, dermatologists have a growing number of effective strategies to help people with complex problems, acne, and rosacea. We can pick from oral antibiotics, an oral drug called spironolactone, and an oral medication called isotretinoin (Accutane). We have five major categories of topical agents, meaning those that are using on top of the skin, including retinoins like tretinoin cream (Retin A Cream), azelaic acid, and topical dapsone. In 2016, I founded an organic and natural skincare products company called Big River Silk Skincare Inc. to manufacture and distribute a uniquely helpful topical cleanser gel called Ambersoy Soap Gel to help people with oily skin or combination skin, and also a facial moisturizer called GlycoShea Facial&Neck Cream (www.Bigriversilkskincare.com). So if you or a family member has complexion issues, consider getting a checkup at Rheumatology and Dermatology Associates (1-901-753-0168). George Woodbury Jr. M.D. 07/17/2018
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