More than 10,000 doctors have given their advice to treat acne, but they all advise patients to treat the condition themselves.

What to do if you need help: The first step is to see your GP.

Your GP may recommend a dermatologist if you’re unsure.

They can prescribe a topical cream, a topical gel or a moisturiser.

If your GP thinks it’s best to treat your acne with a topical or gel, they may refer you to a dermatology specialist.

If you have acne symptoms, you should consult your dermatologist.

Some doctors recommend taking a skin test for spotting.

You may also need a cheek swab to check your pores for signs of acne.

There are a number of different ways to treat it.

Some people find they prefer the use of a cream or gel to their own treatment.

This is because some people find that it feels better and they don’t need to wash their face frequently.

The second way is to apply a topical treatment, such as an oil-based cream or an ointment.

These products can be applied to your skin at the beginning of your treatment to help treat acne.

If you use a cream, apply it twice daily, or you can apply a cream twice daily as part of a multi-step regimen.

The third way is a combination of both treatments.

This means applying a cream daily or multiple times a day.

If this is your first acne treatment you may want to use a topical oil-containing cream or ointments to help manage the acne.

Some people like the combination of two or more treatments.

For this, you may need to use your skincare products separately or to use the same products over and over.

You can use an ophthalmologist’s skincaria to help control the acne, and if you have oily skin you can use a moisturizer to treat a deeper, more noticeable acne.

When to see a dermatologists’ specialist?

Your GP may be able to refer you for a dermatological specialist to look at the cause of your acne.

They may also be able visit a dermatographer to see if there are other treatment options for you.

If your GP is not able to diagnose the cause, your dermatologists can refer you, or your GP may decide you should be referred to a specialist.

You will need to check with your dermatology professional before you start any treatment with a dermatopathologist.

If it’s time to seek further advice, you can talk to a GP or dermatologist about what you need to do to manage the symptoms and treatment options.

If the cause is not clear, it’s possible to treat and manage the condition with medication.

Some medications can help manage acne in a short period of time.

It can be worth talking to your GP about this.

If treatment doesn’t help, you’ll need to seek treatment from your GP, your optometrist or a dermatologic specialist.

If the condition isn’t treated, it can lead to other problems.

What you can do to help reduce your chances of developing acne:Avoid alcohol and tobacco, and avoid any contact with other skin-conditioning products.

Avoid alcohol or tobacco while you’re acne-free.