Acne with oily skin

Acne

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What is acne?

Acne is a skin condition that causes spots, oily skin and sometimes skin that's hot or painful to touch.

Why do I have acne? 

Familial, hormones, Cosmetic products, medications, Smoking

How is Acne diagnosed and treated?

Your healthcare provider will perform a skin exam, and determine if it is mild, moderate or severe acne.
Topical gel, cream, lotion, oral antibiotics, Oral contraceptive pills, vitamin A Derivatives can be prescribed.

What can I do to make my symptoms better?

Do not wash affected areas of the skin, more than twice a day.

Wash the affected area with mild soap and lukewarm water.

Do not squeeze the blackheads or spots.

Avoid using too much makeup and cosmetics.

Completely remove makeup before going to bed.

For dry skin, use fragrance free emolient.

Shower as soon as possible after finishing exercise.

Wash hair regularly, avoid letting your hair fall across the face.

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