8 Dermatologist Approved Treatments For Acne

Updated: Nov 24


Causes Of Acne


For those with acne-prone skin, a number of variables, including your personal cleanliness, your hormonal balance, your genetics, and other factors, might contribute to the appearance of your acne. You'll be way ahead of the curve on the path to clear skin if you arm yourself with knowledge, and understanding the tactics employed by different forms of acne will put you there.


Learn the difference between a pustule and a cyst, and you'll be armed with the knowledge to choose the best course of action. The next step is to identify the active components and acne treatments that will be most effective in eliminating existing outbreaks and preventing the emergence of new ones.


Acne of moderate to severe severity may require the use of stronger medications and the guidance of a dermatologist.


Treatments

Acne treatments are very individual, so it's recommended to see a dermatologist to find out what will work best for your skin (and get any necessary prescriptions in the process). To help guide you in the right direction, we have listed some of our 8 dermatologist-approved treatments for acne from House of Geraldine's skin care products for every form of acne, from subcutaneous "blind pimples" and cystic acne to the overnight whiteheads that always seem to appear just before a big event.

Not all "acne-fighting" products are equally effective against all forms of acne, and various skin types need different adjustments to their skincare regimen in order to properly target acne outbreaks. It is possible that a combination of our Acne-Vac Cleanser and Smoothing Resurfacing Gel can be a great choice for safe and chemical-free home treatments.


It is likely that all that is necessary to heal frequent whiteheads is a single application of Blemish Defense Treatment, some Intense Retinol Complex Serum, and Oxygen Facial Lotion.

Below is the rundown on some of the most effective acne treatments that House of Geraldine provides for the many forms of acne that might damage your skin.


 

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8 Treatments for Acne