… these days, celebrities are no longer the only ones who get to wear light-therapy masks and haunt the public’s dreams by Instagramming their LED selfies. There are now several regular-person versions available online, meaning anyone can harness the power of LED light — usually of the blue (bacteria-killing) and red (collagen and elastin-stimulating) varieties — without a fancy dermatologist’s supervision.
US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a retinoid molecule to treat acne called AKLIEF Cream. The FDA gave the approval to Galderma for the only topical retinoid that selectively targets retinoic acid receptor (RAR) gamma, the most common RAR found in the skin … Source – https://www.mdmag.com/medical-news/fda-topical-cream-treat-acne
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