The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a dermal filler to treat scarring caused by acne, the most common skin disorder in the United States afflicting 40-50 million people.
Three months after Danielle Schwarz began taking antibiotics for a severe case of acne, her doctor began to notice a disturbing pattern among her patients—this mainstay treatment for the skin...
A laser that is normally used in tattoo removal can also treat facial scarring from acne, according to a new study
Wine drinkers, rejoice! Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have found that an antioxidant derived from grapes -- and also found in wine -- inhibits the growth of acne...
People who suffer from acne will do almost anything to get rid of it, but sometimes the answer is in your refrigerator.
Whether you’re a teenager or an adult, the most common skin condition in the United States is acne.
If you've ever had a pimple, you know how frustrating it can be to find a solution (and if you've never had a pimple, congratulations: you're the luckiest person alive).
Some over-the-counter acne treatments can trigger serious and potentially life-threatening allergic reactions in rare cases, the Food and Drug Administration warned June 25.
Rumor has it that chocolate causes acne and Botox prevents wrinkles. But is any of it factually accurate? Doctors weigh in—no sugarcoating allowed.