Australian Financial Press article A new way of treating acne is being developed by Australian dermatologist Dr. Helen Ritchie.

The new treatment uses a combination of chemical treatments and surgery to remove and remove the pimples, called a cystectomy.

Dr. Ritchie’s new treatment, which is being rolled out by a range of dermatologists, uses the combination of chemicals and surgery, to remove the skin and remove scarring.

“We don’t want to take away the scarring that occurs when the pimple becomes infected with bacteria,” Dr. Ritchin said.

The treatment works by dissolving the cyst in a solution of a steroid called bovine serum albumin.

The cyst is then pulled out with an X-ray.

The cyst can be removed with a laser or using an ultrasound.

The new cyst treatment is being tested by Australian doctors.

Dr Ritchino’s latest treatment is one of the few that have successfully cured patients with cysts.

She said it was a huge relief to have the treatment available to all.

“It’s very exciting to be able to say that we have a treatment that is able to cure people,” Dr Ritchinos told the ABC.

“And it’s going to be available to everyone, not just dermatologists.”

For some people, it may be that they have had cystic acne, for some it might be a combination with other types of acne.

“Dr Ritchie said that in her experience, patients were often reluctant to seek out treatment.”

I think the more the public sees it, the more they will be interested in it,” she said.”

People might think it’s just an embarrassing problem and it’s a pain in the arse, and it doesn’t bother them.

“But they’ll be like, ‘Oh, this is a really useful thing to know.'”

Dr Ricks treatment is currently being tested in Adelaide and Brisbane.

It’s expected to be rolled out to a wider group of Australian dermatologists and patients later this year.

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