Adult acne can be traumatic, especially if you have never had acne in your teen. The reason might be beyond self-esteem issues. Most of the times, adult acne may be highly painful.

Dr Rashmi Shetty says, “ There are patients who complain that their acne is so painful that it disturbs their sleep.”

The most important step in your journey of overcoming this condition would be diagnosing the cause of your adult acne.

Dr Rashmi Shetty has almost 100% success in treating acne. Dr Shetty gives you a timeline on when your acne can get cleared. A timeline is also provided on when your acne scars can get cleared too.

Once the diagnosis is done, the next step is to commence the treatment.

How to Treat and Get Rid of Acne?

The treatment aims at achieving the following

  • Correct the hormonal imbalance with oral medications
  • Correct the infection
  • Correct the inflammation
  • Correct the balance of oiliness in the skin
  • Get rid of the scars left behind
  • Get back to a healthy and balanced skin that can repair itself

What can be done towards achieving the above 6 goals of treatment?

Dr Rashmi Shetty says, “ Yes, Botox works brilliantly for acne. Especially acne along the jawline.”

Dr Rashmi Shetty is one of the chosen doctors in the acne experts panel of India ( part of an International Board ) that is responsible for coming up for protocols for acne treatment. The panel then designs the consensus protocols for acne diagnosis and treatment.

Credit: Audio notes provided by Dr Rashmi Shetty

Dr Rashmi Shetty, a specialist dermatologist, is an international speaker, teacher, and author with over 18 years of aesthetic and clinical dermatology experience.

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