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How to treat inflammatory acne?


Local acne treatments

Ointments, creams or other gels are numerous in the treatment of acne and most are dispensed on prescription. They are intended to curb the development of bacteria with antiseptics such as benzoyl peroxide, antibiotics, and OTC such as Exposed skincare series to reduce the secretion of sebum (retinoids). These drugs are quite effective for treatment of mild to moderate acne. Exposure to the sun should be avoided during the entire treatment. Topicals must be generally used for several months to give results. The treatment must therefore be continued despite an apparent cure.


Oral treatments

Used in case of severe acne - these treatments are effective if prescribed wisely. They break down into three main families: antibiotics, retinoids and hormonal treatments.


  • Antibiotics are used to limit the development of bacteria (Propionibacterium acnes) that infect the pilosebaceous follicles.
  • Retinoids are mainly represented by isotretinoin. This molecule is very active but can cause congenital malformations. It requires effective contraception before, during and after treatment. It causes annoying side effects: chapped lips, dry skin, itching, nosebleeds and photosensitization.
  • Hormonal treatments are based on the combination of two types of hormones: an estrogen and a progestin. The latter opposes the action of androgens, "male" hormones that promote acne.

Laser in treatment of inflammatory acne


Acne is a new indication for the laser. Indeed, published clinical studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of certain lasers in the treatment of inflammatory acne: Temporarily alters the sebaceous glands responsible for acne breakouts and decreases the proliferation of bacteria without the constraints neither the nor the side effects of the oral treatments. Very importantly, this laser is equipped with a powerful and reliable cooling system to protect the epidermis: thus the laser beam passes through the dermis without damaging the superficial layers and can therefore be used without anesthetic cream. In addition to treating the inflammatory acne lesions that it confers, this laser provides a complementary improvement by tightening the pores of the skin and by attenuating some residual acne scars by stimulating the collagen and elastin that it induces.


How is the laser session going?

The treatment often requires several sessions (3 or 4) spaced from 2 to 4 weeks. Protective eyewear - both for the patient and the doctor - is mandatory for the duration of the treatment. The doctors expose each lesion to the laser beam by choosing parameters (fluence and number of shots) that provoke a tingling that is bearable for the patient. A moisturizer is applied to the skin at the end of the session.

 

Potential contraindications

Apart from pregnancy and breastfeeding, which are always contraindications in principle, the major contraindication to laser treatment of acne is the use of retinoid-type drugs.

Precautions: As with other treatments for acne, sunshine leads to a temporary improvement then an aggravation (secondary hyperkeratosis). Your skin Exposed to the sun may result in dry skin and skin thickening, and the retention elements accumulated underneath during the summer will cause an autumnal thrust. Sunscreen should therefore be applied regularly to acne areas not only during the summer in Nigeria.


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