At Home Treatments Do Aspirin Masks or Other Forms of Topical Aspirin Work to Clear Acne? Aspirin breaks down into salicylic acid—a well-known ingredient in topical acne products—when dissolved in water. However, getting salicylic acid this way and applying it to... September 05,2018
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At Home Treatments Baking Soda and Acne Baking soda may be slightly antibacterial, but it is also abrasive and can cause skin irritation, which could lead to breakouts. Also, it is alkaline, and the skin is acidic, which is not a good match. Therefore, baking soda is likely not a good idea for an at-home acne treatment. September 29,2018
Isotretinoin Accutane Accutane (isotretinoin) Accutane (isotretinoin) is a powerful medication that is approved for people with severe acne that is non-responsive to other treatments. It is the most effective medication on the market for acne, but also comes with a worrying list of side effects, some of which can be lifelong. September 29,2018
At Home Treatments Acne Home Remedies Most home remedies for acne do not approximate the benefit of proven over-the-counter or prescription acne medications, and can potentially be dangerous if used incorrectly. Proceed with caution when using "kitchen" remedies for acne, and keep your expectations realistic. September 05,2018