The American Academy of Facial Care (AAFC) issued a new guidelines that could help prevent the spread of the condition, which can cause extreme facial swelling, and a facial peel.
“This is an important update to our recommendations on the management of facial acne,” Dr. Sarah M. Shipp, chair of the American Academy Facial Hygiene Committee, told ABC News.
“It’s a really exciting time to be a woman and have a facial.
I hope this helps you to be better informed.”
Dr. M.S. Shipt, who has a child with acne, said she wanted to share the new guidelines so that others can make informed decisions about whether or not to seek treatment.
“There’s a lot of misinformation out there and it’s hard to get it out there, so I want to get as much out of this as possible,” she said.
“I want to encourage everyone to look at these guidelines and see if they’re helpful for them.”
In the guidelines, published Monday, the AAFC advises women with acne to take three to six steps to reduce the chances of skin infection.
It also recommends the following steps for women who do not have acne:1.
Get a daily facial scrub.2.
Use a daily moisturizer.3.
Use an over-the-counter sunscreen.
“It’s important to know that women with facial acne should always use a daily sunscreen and keep it in a cool, dry place,” Dr