The most common and troublesome skin complaint is acne, with spots affecting more than 80% of us all at some point in our lives. There are many potential underlying causes and the part of your face that’s affected can shed light on the most effective management strategies.
If you have problem skin and are struggling to eat the right kind of diet to help keep your spots at bay, does this mean that you shouldn’t have an Easter Egg at all? Dr Sam Robson shares her top tip how to treat yourself this Easter without worrying about the effects of those chocolate eggs on your skin.
How does Blue Light Technology harnesses all the benefits of light to treat acne without the harmful UV rays? Dr Sam Robson - medical director at Temple Clinic - explains how we can combine what we have learned from science and nature to get the best of both worlds in her latest blog.
Acne is known to cause stress, anxiety and depression. The effects of stress in causing or worsening acne have not been studied as widely. Together stress and acne comprise a vicious cycle. How to put a break on it?
For many years antibiotic therapy has been an important part of acne treatment in either topical or oral form. But nowadays we deal with such endemic levels of resistance that we have had to reduce our reliance on antibiotics and explore novel and new ways of treating acne.
Your skin is a reflection of your inner health so it is reasonable to assume that if you improve your health then this will in turn have a positive effect on your complexion. Here are 4 tips to hep you kill two birds with one stone.
Combining the usual seasonal challenges of winter with the effects of the Covid pandemic has created the perfect storm for acne to wreak havoc with your complexion. Understanding some of the causative factors and taking simple steps to address them can control your breakouts and calm your skin.
A festive Christmas glow and a happy skin? Here is some skincare and lifestyle tips to achieve just that and be free of spots and blemishes in the new year. Brought to you from our LUSTRE Clinic expert, Dr Sam Robson.
From puberty onwards, acne is very common. It is estimated that more than 80% of teenagers experience it to some degree, with a peak of incidence at the age of 15. Slightly more teenage boys than girls get acne, and severe acne is also a bit more common in boys.