Oh the trials and tribulations of being an adolescent. There are about a million things, it would seem, to worry about for today’s teen. What with the multiple social media platforms to stay current on, to the need for the latest phone to play the latest version of candy crush or the newest console to play the latest version of Call Of Duty, affectionately tagged as just “duty” to its players. And that’s just the distractions that you can buy. What about friends, school, relationships and family? As a teenager, putting up with your family can be a real drag, but nothing is worse than acne. Acne, unfortunately indiscriminately affects just about every teenager. Some squeak by with a few years of a couple zits here and there, others with breakouts that have them wishing they were homeschooled and some that never grow out of their “acne phase.” What do they all have in common? They learn to deal with it.
Dealing With Acne
Dealing with acne often means facing the hard truth: fried foods and chocolate probably aren’t going to be included in every meal. Diet is a huge part of acne. What you eat has a huge impact on your overall complexion. Again, acne affects everyone indiscriminately and often this can seem unfair. So while your BFF may be able to get away with eating fires and candy bars with no repercussions, you may not. It all depends. But it if you’re struggling with acne, looking at your diet is a good place to start. The second hard truth is washing your face routinely. Having a good routine with the right cleansers and lotions is important. Because everyone is different, it may be a good idea to seek out a professional who specializes in acne treatment in Fairfax County VA. A dermatologist or board certified MD could help you find the right combination of face products for you.
When boys are making that jump to manhood, their testosterone levels are through the roof. This causes them to break out. If your breakouts are so bad that you feel you need prescription medicine, seeking acne treatment in Fairfax County VA can help both genders of teenagers and adults. Today, there are great online treatment services that can help to expedite the process of getting a prescription filled. Instead of waiting all day at a clinic to have a doctor help you, you can register as a patient online, fill in your medical history and a doctor can get back to you on your smart phone or computer with a diagnosis. From there, you can speak with the doctor who will then write a prescription that you can pick up at your local drugstore.
Contact Tamjidi Institute to schedule a consultation by calling us at (301) 652-4828. We look forward to providing the quality skin care you deserve.