Acne is a common problem amongst many teenagers, prompting them to test various treatments to get rid of them.
Most victims even resort to expensive treatments in a bid to enjoy a clear skin. Some of them make drastic lifestyle changes to check if this would reduce the incidence of acne.
A recent report has warned that acne cures may not be as effective as thought to be. Further, experts from the University of Nottingham have said there is not much proof to show that costly treatments are more effective than the cheaper ones.
They also warn that prolonged use of acne treatments could lead to resistance of the antibiotics contained in these drugs.
This clearly places the need for more research on non-antibiotic therapies to bring relief to acne.