• Antibiotics for acne summary of treatment
    Children's health,  Health

    Best antibiotics for acne: treatment summary

    Acne is a common skin condition which affects teenagers, although adults can also experience it. Acne can be managed with drugs purchased over the counter without a prescription, such as be benzoyl peroxide (Acnecide). Antibiotics for acne are reserved For people with mild-to-moderate acne. Antibiotics are effective in the management of acne vulgaris. This post summarises different antibiotic options for acne treatment, including most prescribed topical products (applied to the skin), including combination products with retinoids and oral antibiotics. 

  • Duac Once Daily Gel review
    Drug reviews,  Women's health

    15 Facts You Must Know about Duac Once Daily Gel

    Acne is a common skin condition characterised by the presence of blackheads or whiteheads and/or inflamed pimples. Acne has an impact on adolescents and contributes to physical, intellectual, and emotional changes (Revol et al., 2015). Topical drugs such as Duac Once Daily Gel are considered a first-line treatment in the management of mild to moderate acne. The choice of skin preparation in the treatment of acne includes: a topical retinoid, a topical antibiotic, and azelaic acid 20%. Furthermore, it is recommended that topical antibiotics are always used in combination with benzoyl peroxide. Duac Once Daily gel represents this combination. Here are 15 facts about Duac product and its use in…

  • Dianette for acne treatment review
    Drug reviews,  Women's health

    Dianette For Acne – review of treatment with a ‘pill’

    Acne is a common skin condition. In the UK, more than 3.5 million visits are made by patients to GP practices, who seek the treatment for this condition. The first-line treatment for acne includes topical preparations, such as topical retinoid products, topical antibiotics, alone or in combination with benzoyl peroxide (NICE, 2018). Hormonal treatment is recommended when patients do not respond to first-line therapy and as an optional treatment to systemic (oral) antibiotics. Today, I review the use of Dianette for acne treatment, a hormonal (contraceptive) pill available as a prescription-only medication.