My reviews are not my own. I am not a scientist nor a clinician. They are my personal opinions based on the medical literature and other clinical trials that I have read.
I know that all acne products are designed for one reason and one reason only. It's to prevent and treat acne. But some products may also have other uses. I think that there is some controversy about the products on the market that are made to treat acne. What is your opinion?
This question is not really about the products but about a little bit about the consumer. I hope that this post will shed some light on this topic so that the consumer can make a choice based on his or her own knowledge.
About the author:
I am the President of the International Academy of Dermatology and the Vice-President of the Institute of Dermatology and Skin Cancer, where I have been since 2009. I am an authority on acne, the skin of acne and the treatment of acne. My interest in acne dates back many years, when I was a dermatologist at the University of Michigan Hospital, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
I do a lot of work on the topic of acne and have published many articles and books.
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