Prescription Acne Medication

Visit us today to get authorised skincare treatment and prescription for your acne!

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Prescription Acne Medication

Visit us today to get authorised skincare treatment and prescription for your acne!

BOOK YOUR FREE CONSULTATION NOW

Clinically proven, safe and licensed medication!

Registered and Certified Team of Skincare Experts

At our clinic, each of our doctors is registered and highly qualified professionals that you can trust for fixing your skin problems. They are not only hands-on with their expertise but are 100% committed to their clients too. The skincare regimen our doctors prescribe to their patients depends on the following factors:

  • Clients age
  • case history and skin type
  • Skin imperfections and its severity

How does Prescription Acne Medication work?

Over-the-counter acne creams and medications are not always effective, and in some cases, they can make your acne worse. Here is what prescription acne medication does to your skin:

  • Reduce and control excessive oil production
  • Stimulates skin cell productivity
  • Combats bacterial/fungal infections and slows down inflammation

Prevents Scarring and Flaking

A certified doctor prescribes these medications at our clinic according to your acne concerns. The medication may be given separately or along with the treatment to support acne control. It is to keep in mind that these medications may make your acne worse before curing it entirely and therefore, may take longer time.

Your Lifestyle And Skincare Routine

After examining all the factors mentioned above thoroughly, our doctors decide a suitable prescription acne medication for the client. The medication could be oral or topical or a combination of both depending on your lifestyle and skin concerns.

What Are Prescription Acne Medications?

When a certified skincare specialist prescribes any medication to cure your acne concerns, those medications are termed as prescription acne medications. Typically acne medications are of two types, topical and oral. For mild to moderate acne concerns, doctors commonly encourage topical treatments. Topical medications are applied on your skin surface and can be used in combination with other treatments to treat severe acne types.

While topical applications are available in the form of gel, lotions, ointments and creams, there are other types of prescription medicines known as oral medications. These oral medications are to be taken by mouth and are recommended in moderate to severe cases of acne. However, both topical and oral prescription acne medications are equally effective and given according to skin concerns.

Our Clinics

Central London

Expert Centre,

31-32 Eastcastle Street,

London W1W 8DL

020 7099 7738

Monday to Friday:

9am – 7pm

Saturday:

10am – 5pm

Tube Station:
Oxford Circus


Kensington Clinic

Vicarage House,

58-60 Kensington Church Street

W8 4DB

Tuesday to Friday:

10am - 7pm

Saturday to Sunday:

10am - 5pm

Tube Station: Notting Hill,
Kensington High Street


Chiswick Clinic

36 Devonshire Road,

Chiswick,

W42HD

Monday to Friday:

10am - 7pm

Saturday to Sunday:

10am - 4pm

Tube Station:
Turnham Green

Maida Vale Clinic

4 Sutherland Avenue,

London

W9 2HQ

Tuesday to Friday:

10am - 7pm

Saturday to Sunday:

10am - 4pm

Tube Station:
Royal Oak, Warwick Ave,
Maida Vale


Colindale Clinic

12 Holmstall Parade,

Colindale

HA8 5HX

Tuesday to Friday:

10am - 7pm

Saturday to Sunday:

10am - 4pm

Tube Station:
Burnt Oak


Little Avenue Clinic

2 Little Avenue,

Leicester,

LE4 5EN

Tuesday to Friday:

10am - 7pm

Saturday to Sunday:

10am - 5pm