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Dealing with acne can be an incredibly frustrating thing. While so many people struggle with acne at one point or another throughout their lives, some people experience severe acne that just doesn’t seem to get any relief. If you, or someone you know has been dealing with a more extreme case of acne you know that it can feel like you’re trying nearly any and everything possible to try to get some relief. We know that so many struggle to know when acne sufferers should consider prescriptions. While it’s not always the most talked about topic, we thought we should dive a bit deeper if this is a question you’ve been wondering yourself.
According to many experts, most acne should go away in just a few weeks with proper care. If you’re using quality skin care products that are geared towards your acne needs, you should find that it helps acne heal rather quickly. However, if you find that even while being consistent with your skin care routine your acne isn’t healing within a few weeks it could mean it’s time to take things a step further. Of course, it’s a wise idea to not just jump to prescriptions if you find that you’re not getting the results from your skin care routine. Some experts suggest trying a different skin care routine product source first, and if that’s still not helping it’s often times to seek the help of a professional.
There are so many different types of skin care experts, but when dealing with acne that doesn’t seem to get any relief with skin care products you get over the counter, it’s best to seek the help of a dermatologist. There are quite a few different types of prescriptions that can help give relief to acne, which is why it’s so important to make sure that the prescription you’re given is the best fit for your skin and acne care.
While not seeing the results you’re looking for from over the counter skin care products is one reason to consider trying prescriptions for acne care. Another reason that we feel we should mention is if you find that your acne is having a negative effect on your self esteem. Dealing with acne is not easy, and can be really frustrating for anyone. When you find that you’re constantly feeling worried, stressed or self conscious when leaving the house because of your acne – it’s not a bad idea to consider prescription options to help you feel more comfortable in your own skin. When you’re suffering from acne it can feel like such a task to just leave the house, feeling as though everyone’s looking at your skin struggle. If you’re finding that you’re changing your life and social habits because of the acne – ask your trusted professional what possible prescription options there are for you and your skin.
We’re all about making sure that you’re getting the best care, and the healthiest options for you. Asking for help and seeking the help of a prescription can be incredibly beneficial for those that suffer from severe acne.