"Manage" not "cure" Acne is something which, if treated properly, can ben managed to minimize its impact. Most people grow out of the problem, rather than "get cured." start with a gentle cleanser (i.e. Neutrogena w/ salicylic acid) and an otc benzoyl peroxide product. Follow the instructions. If that doesn't work, check with your doctor or dermatologist to step up the treatment.
What can cure acne? Acne, particularly in adulthood, is often a chronic condition. Acne may go through periods of flare and remission. There are many options to manage it. The only medication that can potentially cure acne is isotretinoin, aka accutane, but even this effective medication does not cure everyone. Accutane can only be administred by a physician certified by the ipledge program.
Different for all. There are a lot of different acne medications and treatments available depending on your age and the severity of your acne. You should see your regular doctor to discuss the options in more detail. Usually, finding the right combination of treatments is what is needed to improve acne. Unfortunately it's a difficult thing to cure, but with patience and persistence it can happen!
Treat not cure. Wr still don't completely understand the causes of acne but a fairly clear picture of the outcome. Treatments are targeted to reduce sebaceous (oil gland) activity and associated or secondary bacterial growth.
Usually no cure. Acne can come at almost any age. When it does there are treatments but really no.
No cure. There is no "cure." it is a long battle. Good hygeine is a must as is a good skin care regimen. It is important to moisturize your skin which may sound funny, but it is true. With acne a lot of the oil is on the surface but the deeper layers are screaming for moisture. A lot of things can help with acne like benzoyl peroxide, retinols, sometime topical or oral antibiotics, facials, peels, light.
No cure. Acne can be reduced with proper treatments.