Fail, M.D., Richard W. Smalling, M.D., Ph.D., Robert Siegel, M.D., Geoffrey A. Rose, M.D., Eric Engeron, M.D., Catalin Loghin, M.D., Alfredo Trento, M.D., Eric R. Skipper, M.D., Tommy Fudge, M.D., George V. Letsou, M.D., Joseph M. Massaro, Ph.D., and Laura Mauri, M.D. For the EVEREST II Investigators: Percutaneous Repair or Surgery for Mitral Regurgitation.. Ted Feldman, M.D., Elyse Foster, M.D., Donald D. Glower, M.D., Saibal Kar, M.D., Michael J.A soft cleanser and a benzoyl peroxide cream could be effective in treating mild to moderate forms of Acne Vulgaris. Avoid overwashing; carefully cleansing the true face in the morning and at night ought to be sufficient. Taking care never to touch your face during the day and using oil free cosmetics may also help. Extreme caution ought to be used in trying to pop acne, as this can result in scarring. Papules should never become popped or squeezed. Acne Rosacea can simply be confused with Acne Vulgaris and often appears to be quite similar. Most people who suffer from Acne Rosacea are adults over the age of 30.