So I am NOT a dermatologist. If you have tough acne, please see a dermatologist.
But I do see a lot of people who are trying to fix issues which happened because of acne. Acne happens because of a blocked pore. Many of the issues I see are caused by the inflammation and the irritation of acne. There is a bacteria Propionibacteria acnes involved, but antibiotics are usually not a first line of treatment.
What do I the plastic surgeon see which needs to be treated?
What is the best thing you can do?
So I saw this list of basics for acne. It bears repeating here.
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