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Acne is an extremely common skin disease that impacts millions of people. The condition occurs when sebaceous glands become obstructed and is characterized by pimples, blackheads, whiteheads and sometimes deeper cysts or nodules on the face, neck, chest, back, shoulders, and upper arms.

Acne typically begins in adolescence and continues through a person’s twenties and thirties. Some struggle with acne in their forties.

Regardless of the duration, acne can reduce self-esteem and lead to anxiety or depression. If left untreated, acne often results in scarring.

Until recently, patients with persistent, moderate acne have been treated with only topical or systemic antibiotics. New technology offers new hope.

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