Adult acne: Blemish control advice for all spots
Spot treatments to try
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Spot treatments to try

If you have full on adult acne as opposed to bothersome break-outs, then there are a range of treatment options, ranging from the more medicinal to non-invasive aesthetic skin procedures.

Dr Haus says: "We can treat acne with topical medicines, very light skin peels and oral antibiotic or contraceptive treatments.  

In my clinic I see great success from treating skin with Salicylic Acid Skin Peels which provide brilliant results."

If you're worried about persistent acne it's best to head to your doctor for a referral to a dermatologist.

But if you're keen to head to a clinic straight off, you can expect to hear about skin resurfacing treatments like dermarollers which help improve the appearance of acne scars, and laser treatments which can also treat blemish-prone skin. 

Dr. Haus says: "Lasers are highly effective for treating inflammatory acne and the latest most results-driven treatment that I have come across is called CO2RE which, whilst it involves a little downtime, delivers the results."

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