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Biases in Acne Treatment Still Exist for Minority Patients
Researchers investigated the association between health care use and treatment and patient factors, including race/ethnicity and sex, among patients with acne.
Topical Vitamin A Derivative Well-Tolerated and Effective for Acne
Findings from a recent study showed a novel tazarotene 0.045% lotion formulation achieved treatment success and was well-tolerated among patients with moderate to severe acne.
Cheese and Carbohydrate Intake May Influence Acne
Findings from a recent study suggest that the consumption of cheese and carbohydrates may be associated with the formation and severity of acne.
Efficacy of Topical Acne Therapy May Be Impacted by Sex
Although tretinoin 0.05% lotion is effective in all patients with moderate to severe acne, a recent study suggested some subgroups experience different degrees of efficacy and treatment-related adverse events.
Adjunct Emulsion May Help Improve Acne
A recent study investigated the efficacy and tolerability of a cosmetic emulsion applied with traditional acne treatments.
New Chemical Peeling Agent Effective for Acne
Findings from a recent study show mandelic acid was effective for treating mild to moderate acne in Indian patients with fewer adverse effects compared with salicylic acid.
Is a Novel Formulation of Tretinoin Effective for Acne?
A recent study investigated the efficacy of tretinoin 0.05% lotion for the treatment of acne in patients of Asian descent.
Do Patients on Isotretinoin Need Continuous Lab Monitoring?
A recent study investigated changes in liver enzymes among patients with acne treated with isotretinoin to determine if continuous laboratory monitoring is necessary for those with mild elevations.
Chemical Peel Can Improve Acne
Findings from a recent study suggest chemical peels with 30% azelaic acid improve acne lesions.
Can Herbal Extracts Improve Acne?
A recent study investigated the efficacy and safety of herbal extracts for treating mild to moderate acne.
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