Best birth control pill for acne?

Trial and error. There is no one best bcp for acne. It used to once be considered orthotricycline and it was recommended for this purpose but many other bcp's have this effect. Spironolactone is also occasionally used for hormone responsive acne.
Couple options. Yaz, Yasmin, or equivalent generics are great for acne. There are other options: https://pharmacistsclinic.com/2016/02/08/ask-dr-sally-will-birth-control-get-rid-of-my-acne/
Low androgenicity. I would recommend a pill that has low androgenicity. Generally speaking that would be pills with a third or fourth generation progesterone, norgestimate, desogestryl or drosperinone.

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What is the TOP best birth control pill for Acne? Just as effective as Diane35? I'm on Bellara is this one very effective?

Acne indication. I like Ortho Tricyclen for my patients with acne. It has an FDA indication for mild cystic acne. 2 generic equivalents include tri-sprintec and tri-previfem. Read more...

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Belara. I believe that you're referring to Belara which is not available in the States. The manufacturer states that it might have skin benefits: http://www.belara.com/professional/key-benefits-belara/. Check out http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/acne/birth-control-for-acne-treatment for more options. Read more...

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Low androgen pill. Androgens are a group of hormones associated with "male traits", acne, hormone-related scalp hair loss, & hair growth in unwanted areas (e.g. facial) in women. Birth control pills contain a Progesterone (androgen) & often estrogen component. Pills with a low or anti- androgen Progesterone component (e.g. Yaz, (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) Yasmin, etc) are often helpful for hormone-related acne. Consult your doctor. Read more...
Most with estrogen. Most combination birth control methods (combined birth control pills, the patch, and the ring) help acne for most women. Progestin-only methods (the shot, the implant, and sometimes the hormone iud)can make acne worse. There is no evidence than any one particular pill is any better than any other for acne. Read more...

Changing birth control pill use due to acne. Can you tell me what to use?

Many option. There may be several good options for you to use as an alternative to your curent method of contraception. It would be important to know your medical history, your future goals pertaining to fertility, and what you have used in the past. Your doctor can review these things with you and help you make a good decision. Read more...