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Dr. Debra Jaliman contacted me recently wishing to speak with me regarding new acne treatments that have been released over the past few years. She is passionate about acne. It was a great conversation. You can read the full interview here. Some of the standouts:

Dapsone: This is a new topical anti-inflammatory which can be used alone or with other topicals, like benzoyl peroxide. It seems to have few side effects, and from what Dr. Jaliman has seen, her patients do not get worse before they get better. However, she did say Dapsone can take 12-14 weeks to start producing results. She claims about 80% of her patients are satisfied with its efficacy.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome can cause hormonal irregularities that can lead to skin issues. Dr. Jaliman says this may be more common than we realize. If you or someone you love has menstrual irregularities and/or excess hair growth (hirsuitism), it may be a good idea to get checked out.

Dr. Jaliman also offered an invitation to anyone to email her with questions. I thought that was quite generous. If you have any questions for her, feel free to email her at debrajal@yahoo.com.

3 Responses to “Dr. Jaliman follow-up interview”

  • shavingguy

    I am most interested in the shaving gel with antibiotics. It would be really cool to track down a prescription for that. I’m always worried about tolerances to antibiotics thought… Seems to me that antibiotics will likely work well at first, but then slowly lose the ability to control acne.

    Great Interview !

  • jennyband

    hi i suffer from polycystic ovaries and i get jawline acne as a result. i’ve just started the regime and the pill, and i’d be so happy to hear more information on this.

    tori

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