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Light treatments may be an option for some people with acne and acne scarring. However, scientific studies are ongoing to further investigate this weapon in our arsenal against acne.
From hemp oil, coconut oil and gold nano-shells to wearable light therapies, the future of acne treatments may not be limited to creams and tablets.
Wondering what food changes you can make to help improve acne? Consider a low Glycaemic Index (GI) diet – it has the strongest evidence according to a recent review.
Antibiotic resistance is a growing problem. This means it’s really important to use antibiotics for acne responsibly so these critical medicines stay effective against many medical conditions.
Research shows having cosmetic treatments is OK while you’re taking isotretinoin (Oratane, Roaccutane) for acne. Find out more from Australian acne experts.
Light therapies for acne have come a long way. They can now be combined with a gel that becomes active once exposed to light, like new treatment – Kleresca.