If you have ever tried to treat a pimple or an acne rash without the right treatment, you know that the treatment often results in more of the same.
But now a new drug may help treat skin conditions that have been hard to treat before with a new kind of treatment called topical corticosteroids.
The new drug, called the topical cortisone receptor antagonist, or TCORA, was developed in a lab in the Netherlands and has the potential to help many patients with acne, psoriasis and psoriasmus.
It is one of the few drugs approved for the treatment of these conditions, and the research shows that it may work on skin conditions such as psoriatomy.
The drug is also effective at treating conditions that are more common in the United States, including acne, eczema, psoriatic arthritis and psoriopharyngitis.
For the new treatment, researchers at the University of Groningen in the U.K. injected the drug into mice.
They then used a drug called salicylic acid to treat skin in those mice, which were injected with a saline solution that blocked the effect of the drug.
After 30 days, the mice had significantly fewer pimples.
Scientists think that the drug could be effective in treating many conditions that dermatologists don’t usually treat, including psorietic dermatitis, psoralenitis suppurativa, psorrhea and psorbic keratitis.
The research was funded by the Wellcome Trust and the European Research Council.