What Is Acne and How To Treat It. PART 1 | Dr Sam Bunting

What Is Acne and How To Treat It. PART 1 | Dr Sam Bunting



Acne remains a big deal – perhaps the biggest deal in skincare.
It affects as many as 85% of teens and a whopping 50% of 20-29 year olds and it causes misery, depressions, anger and frustration. Sometimes all at the same time.

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Disclaimer: The content seen in this video is provided only for educational purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please seek professional help individually if you suffer from any dermatological condition. Due to the volume of patients seen in the clinic, and to the unique nature of skin, Dr Bunting is unable to respond to every query on these videos.

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6 thoughts on “What Is Acne and How To Treat It. PART 1 | Dr Sam Bunting”

Hlo mam I also suffering acne problem

Thanks for making this, acne is the hardest thing I've ever experienced. Cant wait for part 2.

Good morning Dr I am how can I treat only in the chin texture skin a little scaring and little milia the rest of my face is normal Thanks

Ina in Oslo says:

I have had really bad acne for 15 years. I got it late when I was 27 years old because of the birth control shot. I quickly quit it but my acne stayed with me. It wasn’t until this year I started taking antibiotics and I started putting on clindamycin and tretinoin. My acne is now 90% gone. I’m hoping it stays like this 😀

Vous ne parlez pas de l’alimentation ? Produits laitiers, glucides et produits transformés ? Désormais bien connus pour favoriser l’acné via l’insuline.

Mariya Z says:

I suffered from acne from 12 into my late 20’s. I went to all kinds of dermatologists and estheticians, some of which helped only temporarily. I finally cleared it on my own, but my skin is super sensitive from all the topical medications I used over the years.

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