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Treatments for acne range from prescription and over-the-counter medications to birth control pills, topical creams, removal of acne spots and chemical peels. The first step to correcting acne is to visit a dermatologist... More »

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Effective acne treatments for men and anyone suffering from acne include using exfoliating skin cleansers containing glycolic acid or peroxide, according to WebMD. These types of over-the-counter treatments can help peel... More »

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To treat acne with a good home treatment, form a paste from one crushed aspirin and water. Apply that paste to acne with a cotton swab for 10 minutes before rinsing with warm water. Aspirin contains salicylic acid, which... More »

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Over-the-counter pore cleansing treatments with benzyl peroxide and salicylic acid are highly rated for mild acne, while prescription medications that contain minocycline are highly recommended for more severe acne. Zeno... More »

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Treatments for acne scarring include cortisone cream, fade creams, laser treatments and filler treatments, according to WebMD. Cortisone cream should be used if a scar is red or swollen. More »

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Treatments for scalp acne include cortisone injections into the acne administered by a dermatologist, regular shampooing, scalp massages, probiotics and oral antibiotics, according to Women's Health. Dry shampoos should ... More »

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Treatments for uneven skin tone include hydroquinone, laser or intense pulsed light treatments, and prescription retinoids, reports WebMD. Some treatments require the assistance of a physician, while others are available... More »

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