You hate your child’s acne. Get them to a dermatologist in less than a week for $59.
You want to treat your kid’s acne, which is just getting worse. But should you go to a pediatrician for acne treatment? Should you get a referral to a dermatologist? What dermatologists see children?!
We’re dermatologists with pediatric training here at Clear Skin Concierge. Children’s acne is one of the most frustrating conditions for parents, and they don’t even know how bad it is. That deep acne in middle teenage can lead to scarring that lasts a lifetime, adding years to how old your son or daughter looks. If your child picks at their acne, it’s even worse. Squeezing acne in children just increases inflammation and scarring.
Believe it or not, there are great medications that can control most children and teens’ acne in about 6-8 weeks. Why aren’t they used more? First, more than half of them are prescription, so you won’t see them getting sold every 10 minutes on TV and the internet by companies like Proactiv. Second – they take 6-8 weeks. You know those 1-week spot treatments you hear about for teens’ acne? A dozen clinical studies have already shown they don’t work. You need to be patient and apply medications for about two months, which changes skin chemistry and kills acne for good.
Dr. Deborah Goddard is a board-certified pediatric dermatologist. That means if you live in California, your child can see an expert in less than a week. We charge $59 for this service, with special videoconferences including both you and your child, that you can take at home. We also find you incredibly priced medications to make everything not only insanely convenient, but incredibly priced.