How To Treat Menopausal Acne
Learn how to treat menopausal acne for smoother skin
Fortunately, menopausal acne is a temporary condition that goes away once your postmenopausal hormone levels are balanced, but some women prefer to treat it right away before it gets any worse. One popular method of treatment is hormone therapy, where you get supplemental estrogen that can help ward off acne and blemishes. Topical treatments are also prescribed such as retinoids and Benzamycin, a prescription antibiotic erythromycin, which combats acne bacteria. Oral antibiotics are also popular, and spironolactone is a popular medication that decreases testosterone levels (and is great for decreasing unwanted body hair). Make sure to maintain a good cleansing routine and schedule a visit to your dermatologist in order to establish a good treatment regime. Check out 16 Best Night Creams for products that are essential for perfect skin (and some are anti acne as well).
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