The same way.... ..You get rid of facial acne - by seeing a dermatologist and getting proper treatment. Backs are a special case - the skin is thicker, and usually covered with clothing, and there is more oil and perspiration. That's why you should seek the help of a professional if it's not responding to common otc remedies.
ACNE. When the dermatologist thinks that you need dermabrasion to remove your acne and scars, he applies a chemical and use an instrument to clear your skin of the acne and scars. Check your back acne if dermabrasion is needed.
NO. Dermabrasion is like sanding wood to make it smoother. You won't like it and it will not make your back look any better. It is somewhat useful on the face.
How can I get rid of my back acne?? And these scar that follow. I have been battling with it for years to try and get rid of it without medication. But with this recent breakout I am at a loss.
See ur doc. Having battled with ur back acne for a while without success U shd see ur doc or a dermatologist and he can give you medications that may help.
Ablative resurfcaing. The best treatment is pretreatment to minimize inflamation and prepare for laser, then ablative laser resurfacing.
How do I get rid of chest and back acne it's really gross to me and it makes me insecure about my body now.
Oral med/treatment. Unfortunately it is tough to treat severe acne, especially on back because u can't see/reach well. This often require systemic/oral med. I strongly recommend discussing this issue with your doc--talk to your parents because you are only 16. If your doc is not comfortable with treating acne, he/she may refer you to a local dermatologist. There are many options for you. So, chin up....Good luck.
See dermatologist. I would schedule a consultation with a dermatologist for possible acciutane prescription or other interventions to control the acne disease first.
Acne vulgaris. There are a variety of different options but depends on your individual situation and the extent of the disease. Best to have a consultation with a doctor to sort all that out.
Acne. If you have bad acne, medications like Doxycycline may help. You need to see your doctor for this as they will assess how bad your acne is and what level of treatment is required. It varied from topical creams to oral antibiotics to Retinoic acid products. The treatment is individualized. Scaring is difficult to get rid off. You may want to try Bio Oil. No guarantees though.
Acne. There are various options including-using topical creams, oral antibiotics like doxycycline or medications like retinoids. Please consult your doctor.
Acne scars back. How to get rid of acne scars depends on the type of scar. If the skin change is primarily hyperpigmentation (skin darkening), it will fade or fading creams can be used. Keloidal scars can be injected with cortisone to shrink them. Treatment of sunk-in scars on the back is difficult but there are some helpful things to do.
Improve, not remove. Scars cannot be removed but there is a large variety of techniques to improve their appearance, both surgical and non-surgical. Your acne should be well-controlled. See a dermatologist or plastic surgeon (board-certified) to begin your search for an appropriate course of action. Good luck!
Strong Rx. Consider a topical retinoic acid and/or topical benzoyl peroxide, and you will probably need at least a short course of an oral antibiotic. If you're a female, sprionolactone or an oral contraceptive pill may help. If your acne is quite severe, consider isotretinoin -- it's not for the faint-hearted but is very effective.
Serious Rx. Acne on the trunk almost always requires at least a short course of systemic treatment. An antibiotic such as a tetracycline, plus topical benzoyl peroxide, may be enough to clear you. If not, consider Isotretinoin if it is offered to you.