Abstract/Full Text (subscription or payment may be required) “These findings suggest that ensuring access to care and identifying optimal treatment approaches for women with acne are needed to improve outcomes in this population,” the authors write.
Editorial (subscription or payment may be required) According to the researchers, participants said acne-related concerns about their appearance affected their social, professional, and personal lives, with many altering their behavior because of their acne. Participants commonly reported depression, anxiety, and social isolation. Successful treatment was described by participants as including completely clear skin over time or a manageable number of blemishes. Frustration was expressed by interviewees regarding finding a dermatologist with whom they were comfortable and identifying effective treatments for their acne.
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