We offer prescription strength acne treatments that are effective in treating acne in its various forms. Our treatments are clinically proven to help, heal, and prevent acne and the affects caused by acne.
There are many types of acne; whilst acne is a systemic condition, it manifests itself in different ways such as those below. Whichever type of acne you're suffering from, our consultation will help you identify the best treatment to help combat your symptoms.
Tretinoin is a retinoid prescription medication that not only hinders pore blockages that in turn prevents the formation of blackheads, Tretinoin also works with your cells to speed up skin cell life cycle, stimulating skin growth.read more
Tazarotene is a third generation retinoid that works to fight acne and promote skin cell reproduction. Tazarotene affects skin cell growth and thereby helps to reduce the formation of pimples that acne cause.
Adapalene is a topical retinoid treatment used to decrease the number of acne pimples and quick healing of pimples that do appear. Adapalene also reduces swelling and inflammation caused by acne.read more
Benzoyl Peroxide is a drug that works to destroy the acne causing bacteria that create blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples. Benzoyl Peroxide works in three ways, killing bacteria, reducing inflammation, and unplugging blocked pores.read more
Azelaic acid attacks bacterium called Propionibacterium acnes, which play an essential part in causing acne. Azelaic acid also acts to reduce the growth of the harder outermost skin cells that block pores and cause blackheads and whiteheads.read more
Clindamycin is an antibiotic used to stop the multiplication of bacteria known to cause spots through acne. Clindamycin also helps decrease the swelling that acne causes.
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Acne is a common skin condition that affects most people at some point. It causes spots, oily skin and sometimes skin that's hot or painful to touch.
Acne most commonly develops on the:
There are six main types of spot caused by acne:
She completed her medical training in 2008 at St. George’s, University of London and stayed in the south west London area for foundation training and core medical training, before securing a very competitive dermatology training number at her alma mater.Meet the team