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Acne: Update on Epidemiology, Topical Therapies, and Systemic Treatment

With more than 17 million Americans experiencing acne, the condition is extremely common, affecting individuals in adolescence through adulthood. Hilary Baldwin, MD discusses treatment options in context of the pathophysiology of the disease. Hint: topical retinoids, hormone modulators, antimicrobials, and isotretinoin all may have a role in care. ...

In the Know: Avoid Acne Spot Treatment

Available topical acne treatments do more to prevent new lesions than treat existing ones. That's why spot treatment is not recommended. Hilary Baldwin, MD, DERM2023 Faculty ...

In the Know: What is Sensitive Skin?

Primary sensitive skin is different from sensitivity secondary to a skin disease like acne or rosacea. Adam Friedman, MD, DERM2023 Faculty ...

Treatment Pearls for Women with Acne - Dr. Julie Harper

DERM2021: Treatment Pearls for Women with Acne - Dr. Julie Harper ...

Challenging Acne Cases

Challenging Acne Cases - Julie Harper, MD, FAAD
(Acne, Rosacea, and Scarring)
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Acne and Diet

Acne and Diet - Adam Friedman, MD, FAAD
(Acne, Rosacea, and Scarring)
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Acne Scarring Cases

Acne Scarring Cases - Gilly Munavalli MD, MHS, FAAD, FACMS
(Acne, Rosacea, and Scarring)
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Acne Pathophysiology Update

Acne Pathophysiology Update - Hilary Baldwin, MD, FAAD ...