DIY acne treatment
Find a wealth of resources to help you manage acne, pimples, zits, whiteheads, and blackheads, and learn when to see a dermatologist to treat your acne.
You can often effectively treat adult acne at home. See what two board-certified dermatologists recommend.
You can reduce your acne by following these skin care tips from dermatologists.
Deep, painful pimple: How to treat To alleviate pain and reduce the pimple’s size, swelling, and redness, follow this dermatologists’ advice
Learn how to choose effective acne-fighting products and break habits that can worsen acne.
7 reasons to treat acne early When acne first appears, you may let it run its course. Treating it right away can prevent these problems.
Virtually everyone can see clearer skin. If you’re not, try these 9 tips from dermatologists.
Each type of acne blemish needs different acne treatment. Find out what works best for each blemish.
How much acne product you use and the way you apply it matter. This video shows you what to do.
Treatment for back acne differs from treatment for acne on your face. See what dermatologists recommend.
Is well-meaning skin care advice worsening your acne? Take this quiz to find out.
If your teen feels distressed by acne, it can be difficult to comfort them. These 5 tactics may help.
Living with visible acne can reduce self-esteem. Here’s one thing you can do to prevent this.
Wondering if you should see a dermatologist about your acne? Answer these questions to find out.
Acne treatment that you can buy without a prescription rarely causes a serious side effect. When it does, here’s what can happen.
Are you using the right skin care and acne treatment for your acne? Find out by taking this quiz.