Acne is one of the most widespread conditions in the world, affecting about 650 million people globally.
It affects almost 90% of the young adults in Western societies and may persist into middle age.
Several prominent groups, including the Global Alliance to Improve Outcomes in Acne, have published comprehensive treatment recommendations, but efficiency has barely improved since the ancient Egyptians and Greeks began using sulfur to tame acne. We find it embarrassing that acne continues to defy advances in science and medicine.
Our services may be useful to people seeking to manage this condition and avoid the problems associated with long-term antibiotic therapy and bacterial resistance.