Whether you’re in your 30s or a teenager, you’re not immune to the troubles of acne. It’s a skin condition that has plagued millions of people since the dawn of time. Acne may be a normal part of
Doctors are warning the public that this acne is fast becoming resistant to antibiotic medication, urging them to prescribe long-term solutions rather than short-term ones. This, according to experts, means that acne would soon become
This was revealed through a study released at the British Association of Dermatologist’s Annual Conference.
Many acne sufferers
“Antibiotics remain an important part of acne
"As the NHS and advisory bodies get increasingly serious about the responsible use of antibiotics –“ said Matthew Gass of the British Association of Dermatologists, “ -- it's important for doctors to reflect on how they prescribe for such a common condition which relies so heavily on antibiotic usage.”
He added: "This study provides an important warning and will hopefully help healthcare professionals and patients alike."
Meanwhile, Dr. Jasmine
“Always cleanse your skin before going to bed,” Dr.