In 2018, dermatologists have a growing number of strategies to help people with complexion issues, acne, and rosacea.
We often use oral antibiotics, or an oral drug called spironolactone, or an oral drug called isotretinoin (Accutane). We also have 5 categories of topical agents, meaning those that are used on top of the skin, including topical retinoids like adapalene gel and tretinoin gel, and topical dapsone and azelaic acid.
In 2016, I started an organic and natural skincare products company called Big River Silk Skincare Inc., to provide cleansers and moisturizers to people with oily skin, combination skin, and dry skin.
So if you or a family member has been having complexion issues, consider getting a checkup at Rheumatology and Dermatology Associates PC (1-901-753-0168). With advances coming out of medical research, there's a
lot we can do in 2018 as dermatologists to help people to avoid scarring on their faces or bodies!
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