Many people have been telling me how difficult it is to treat their acne topically because they are allergic to common acne preparations. We have heard patients complain of this problem countless times and responded by creating products that specifically cater to the common issue of skin sensitivity. There is no form of acne or sensitivity issue that has not been seen and dealt with in this practice. What sometimes seems like a unique sensitivity or allergy is often a common problem that can be handled with the correct program. Ask Dr. Neal if you have specific skin sensitivities that make you wary of all topical treatments for acne.
Archive for July, 2008
Although oily skin combined with acne is very common, there are many people suffering from dry skin and acne. These individuals find themselves in a very tricky situation because every acne medication they use for their pimples dries their skin out worse. This practice has seen this specific situation countless times and can help anyone climb out of the frustration. When choosing a Home Version for Dry skin with Acne, the Minimal or Mild Kits are usually the best options to get started.
The bottom line that this situation is an ultra-common situation that is always treatable in this practice. I often remind people to refer to the misconception post entitled, “My Skin Is Special”
©2008 “Dry Skin and Acne” by Dr. Neal Schwartz