It’s a classic conundrum: you use makeup to cover up your breakouts … then the makeup seems to make you break out even more.
We’ve all experienced that horrific moment: You wake up on the day you’ve been anticipating for months (your wedding, a date with that special someone, a major job interview) only to discover a nasty blemish has taken shape smack in the middle of your face.
You tried Mupirocin ointment for acne, fell in love with it, and then were heartbroken when it stopped working.
If you see a dermatologist for the treatment of moderate to more severe acne, you may be prescribed a combination of topical remedies and oral acne antibiotics—the most common of which include tetracycline, minocycline, doxycycline and erythromycin.
A stroll down any cosmetics aisle will show that facial masks for treating acne have moved from the luxury spas into the home.