We are certain that no one will ever understand skin conditions and provide the solutions as we do. Since acne is the most common issue faced by many people, it is generally caused by the overproduction of sebum which is a normal oil present in the skin that will increase under the influence of hormones when coupled with insufficient shedding of dead skin cells that plug the hair follicles. The plugged follicle can become inflamed and have increased growth of Propionibacterium acnes that ranges from normal skin to bacterial.

Acne can become chronic and results in scarring which can appear to be depressions in the skin or hyperpigmentation, so minimizing the breakouts is important. Most people with spots are facing a medical condition called acne vulgaris. Our acne scar treatment in Malviya Nagar provides services that are assured to be distinguished from other present types and less common variants of acne.

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Who gets acne vulgaris?

Every person has acne once in a lifetime. It mainly affects adolescents but may persist, can begin, or become chronic in adulthood. Mild acne consists of a few pustules, papules, or comedones (whiteheads and blackheads). Severe acne has numerous pustules, papules and causes pain.

What are the clinical features of acne vulgaris?

The most common parts of the body where acne is visible include the face, neck, chest, and back. The jawline is also the most common location in adults. Acne takes place where most of the sebaceous glands are located and sometimes can be even more extensive affecting the patient all over the body. Several types of acne spots occur, some of them may be inflamed papules, painful nodules, and pustules or non-inflamed pseudocysts and comedones. Our wide range of skin specialists in Malviya Nagar provides specialized dermatological services and aesthetic procedures. The services include medical dermatology, anti-aging treatments, plastic, cosmetic, laser, and other surgeries as well.

Superficial lesions

1. Blackheads (open comedones) and Whiteheads (closed comedones)

2. Papules are small pink to reddish-brown bumps

3. Pustules are pus-filled lesions and white or yellow ‘squeezable’ spots. Deeper lesions

1. Nodules (large and painful red lumps)

2. Cyst-like Fluctuant swellings known as Pseudocysts

Secondary Lesions

1. Excoriations which are scratched or picked spots)

2. Erythematous macules which are best visible in fair skin and red marks from recently healed spots.

3. Pigmented macules (dark marks from old spots, mostly affecting those with dark skin) Scars and its types.

Scars and its types

In general, individual acne lesions last less than 2 weeks but if we talk about the deeper papules and nodules, they may persist for months, will be painful, and leave scars. Many patients who have oily skin (seborrhoea) face the problem of acne.

What is the treatment for acne vulgaris?

Various factors shall be considered for the treatments of acne such as the patient’s age, gender, the severity of the condition, medical history (if any), and for how long the patient has been dealing with the acne. Treatment for mild acne includes topical anti-acne preparations, lasers, and lights. Depending on the severity of the acne caused and the condition, the individual’s scarring tendency, in some cases can heal completely without any sequelae, which can still be treated to some extent.

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What is ‘acne vulgaris’?

Acne vulgaris is the medical term for the most common type of acne. It is a skin condition that particularly affects adolescents and manifests itself as an ‘outbreak’ of blackheads and other non-inflammatory spots or inflamed pimples, nodules, and cysts. Usually develops on the face although the body may also be affected. If it occurs on the body then it usually appears on the neck, back, chest and shoulders.

How Should I Manage My Acne?

It is a good idea to have a routine that consists of a skin hygiene plan (washing the face twice a day), drinking plenty of water, a healthy diet, and using an acne product. Do not be tempted to double up on any of the acne products in the belief that this will act faster on your acne. Combining too many acne products at once can further irritate your skin and prevent your pores from clearing. The treatment tends to quench your skin’s thirst and binds moisture retaining the brightness back thereby reducing the scars that will not stick with you.

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