Nodulocystic acne is a type of acne that is characterized by small, nodular bumps on the skin. These bumps can be red, inflamed, and itchy. Nodulocystic acne can be difficult to treat, but there are a few things you can do to try to get rid of it.
The first step is to identify the cause of the nodulocystic acne. If the nodulocystic acne is caused by a hormone imbalance, then you will need to treat the underlying problem. If the nodulocystic acne is caused by genetics or an infection, then you will need to treat the underlying problem and use topical treatments to treat the nodulocystic acne.
The next step is to find a topical treatment that is suited to your individual skin type. Some topical treatments that are effective at treating nodulocystic acne include benzoyl peroxide, retinoids, and coal tar. You will need to use a topical treatment every day for several weeks to see a significant reduction in the size and severity of the nodulocystic acne.
If topical treatments are not effective at treating your nodulocystic acne, then you may need to see a dermatologist for treatment. Some dermatologists may prescribe oral medications such as antibiotics or birth control pills to treat the underlying problem and help reduce the severity of the nodulocystic acne.