Topical creams and oral medications for acne
Medical topical creams and oral medications treat active acne before they result in scarring. They reduce oil, unclog pores, and reduce bacteria that cause acne.
and acne treatments
Acne can be improved with both daily application of acne creams and taking of acne medications, and also aesthetic treatments such as laser treatments or treatment facials for acne.
creams and medications
These are topical or oral drugs that can only be prescribed by a doctor during consultation, which can be used alone or in combination. They include retinoids and antibiotics, which can kill the acne-causing bacteria acne, reduce inflammation, keep pores clean, and minimise redness and swelling of inflammatory acne.
Brilliance Skin Care
for Acne-Prone Skin
The doctors at Halley have put together this seven-step skin care protocol for acne skin; a range of products from cleanser, toner, serums, treatment creams, to sunscreen.
These are some of the products:
Acne Buster Wash
A face wash formulated specially for oily and acne-prone skin.
Comedone Eraser Serum
A serum that removes impurities, reduces blemish spots, and controls excessive oil secretion.
Diamond+ C20 Serum
Helps unclog pores and reverse sun damage.
For the full range of Halley’s Brilliance skin care products and their active ingredients, visit Halley’s Brilliance Skin Care page.
What acne medications
should I use?
Because every individual is different and unique, it is best to let a medical doctor assess your acne condition and prescribe the medications most suitable for your needs.
*The use of these products is dependent on the clinical assessment and judgement of a medical professional. Please consult a medical doctor for an informed discussion on the use of these products.