Acne is the most common skin condition that affects adolescents and teens. It causes pimples, whiteheads, blackheads, cysts, and nodules on the skin of the face, shoulder, back, neck, chest, and arms. Resorcinol, Benzoyl peroxide, Salicylic acid, Sulfur, Tretinoin, or Azelaic acid are used to treat acne depending on its severity.

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I have a lot of acne and have no idea what to do about it. Please suggest me a remedy for my skin issues.

Query: Hello doctor, I have a lot of acne. I am frustrated because I do not know how to get it off my face. I am looking for a remedy to fix my skin problems. Please assist me.  Read Full »

Dr. V. Srikanth Reddy

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I understand your concern. Acne is readily treated with facewash, pills, and lotions. However, some people have oily skin, which causes breakouts. After finishing therapy for active breakouts, medications can be discontinued, but creams must be continued to avoid re...  Read Full »

I have dark patches, dullness, and acne on my face. What are the other treatment options apart from lasers and steroids?

Query: Hello doctor, I have dark patches on my forehead, dullness and darkness on the face, open pores, dark spots, acne scars, blackheads and whiteheads on my nose, dark circles, and wrinkles on my undereye. Currently, I am using Kojic and Glycolic acid cream, brightening cream, and Kojic and Glycolic aci...  Read Full »

Dr. V. Srikanth Reddy

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I am prescribing a few medicines; please consult a specialist and take the below-mentioned medication with their consent. 1) UVDoux sunscreen (Zinc oxide, Titanium dioxide, and Bemotrizinol)- Apply on the whole face daily in the morning. 2) Biluma cream (Kojic acid...  Read Full »

I have severe acne all over my face. Can you suggest medications?

Query: Hi doctor, I have severe acne, and it spread all over my face recently. I have used Skineal, Nixoderm, and Vitamin C serum, and currently, I am using Olaybact. I do not know what to use anymore, so could you please suggest what to do?  Read Full »

Dr. V. Srikanth Reddy

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Acne can be treated easily with facewash, tablets, and creams. However, some people have more oiliness on their faces, resulting in breakouts. Once the treatment for the active breakouts is over, I would suggest stopping the tablets and continuing the creams to preve...  Read Full »

There are tiny little bumps on my face which keeps growing. What should I do?

Query: Hello doctor, I have tiny bumps all over my face that are growing. My skin is all messed up. It looked black; a couple of years ago, being more precise, almost two years ago. My whole face had even skin without a single bump. Now my face has so many bumps with baby hair all over the face.  Read Full »

Dr. V. Srikanth Reddy

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Acne can be treated easily with facewash, tablets, and Adapalene-based creams. Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with them and take the medicines with their consent. Some people have more oily faces, which results in acne breakouts. After completing the treatment ...  Read Full »

Does intake of Azithromycin help to resolve acne?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 17-year-old female. I have acne for the past one and a half years. It is present mostly on my cheeks. It seems to be cystic acne. But for the past few months, it seems to be better. Now, I have fewer pimples than before and they do not look like cystic. I consulted a dermatologist...  Read Full »

Dr. V. Srikanth Reddy

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Acne can be treated easily by using facewash, tablets, and creams. Some peoples have more oiliness on their faces and it results in breakouts. After getting controlled from these active breakouts, you can stop taking tablets and creams can be used to prevent its recurre...  Read Full »

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