The next time your baby develops a rash or your teen has a severe acne outbreak, help is just a quick appointment away. Loyola University Health System pediatric dermatologists now offer same-day or next-day appointments to see your child.
Onset Dermatologics, LLC, a leader in developing and commercializing prescription products for improving skin health, announced the nationwide availability of Tretin-X (tretinoin, USP) Cream 0.075%. Tretin-X Cream is a prescription product for the topical treatment of acne.
The same form of Vitamin A used by teenagers to combat acne might offer benefits that are more than skin deep. That’s because an international team of researchers have found that it may also help keep the immune system under control for people with autoimmune disorders or those who have received transplants.
KLOX Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce that it has received CE mark approval in Europe for its topical photo-converter gel as a Class IIa Medical Device for the treatment of acne vulgaris, including all severities. The gel is part of KLOX’s LumiCleanse System, a first-in-class innovative, non-invasive acne vulgaris treatment with a clinically-proven superior […]
KLOX Technologies Inc. announces the approval in Canada of the Klox Biophotonic System (also known as the Lumigel Cleanse System) for the treatment of acne vulgaris after receiving this week a Medical Device License from the Therapeutic Products Directorate – Medical Devices Bureau of Health Canada
The typical Western diet tends to have a high glycemic index. High glycemic index foods are e.g. white bread, processed cereals, snacks, cakes and deserts, sweets and also instant foods like burgers and fried chicken.
A review carried out by the University of Hull has shed new light on the relationship between acne and diet. Published in Dermatological Nursing, the comprehensive review assesses the latest evidence and findings about the effects of food and nutrition on acne and suggest that high glycemic index foods such as milk could exacerbate the […]
University of Granada scientists have patented a new treatment for acne that is based on completely natural substances and is much more effective than artificial formulas because it does not create resistance to bacteria and has no secondary effects.
Researchers report no link between isotretinoin use for the treatment of acne and increased risk for inflammatory bowel disease in women of reproductive age.