By C. C. Zouboulis, Maria Isabel Herane, D. Thiboutot
The complaints of the Symposium on pimples which came about through the twentieth international Congress of Dermatology in July 2002 in Paris overview the present and destiny features of study, medical entities and remedy of pimples. within the foreword by means of Prof. John S. Strauss (Iowa urban) crucial info are summarized. The papers offered are the result of a cooperation of foreign specialists introducing leading edge information on epidemiology, comedogenesis and irritation, pimples in infancy, zits genetics, topical and systemic remedy, bacterial resistance, hormonal treatment, and no more universal tools of pimples treatment. This e-book both addresses clinicians and scientists attracted to the present and destiny traits of the therapy of pimples in addition to the auspicious improvement pimples learn will adventure.
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Rosacea and keratosis pilaris closely resemble acne, as does another acne look-alike, pseudofolliculitis barbae — also known as razor bumps. These conditions, among others, are pretenders that sometimes even fool doctors into thinking they’re actually acne. There are many ways to control these acne impostors; in Chapters 18 and 19 I show you how to do it. Chapter 2 Getting Comfortable with the Skin You’re In In This Chapter ᮣ Peeling back the layers ᮣ Finding ways to keep your skin in shape D o you know what the biggest organ in your body is?
269 Appendix B: International Brand Names for Some of the Medications Listed in This Book . . . . . 281 Introduction A cne — it’s not exactly a subject that you like to talk about every day. At social events, you do your best to conceal it under makeup (although if you’re a man, makeup is usually not a realistic option). For kids, acne is more than just a stage of adolescence — it’s the pits! In fact, acne can be a problem for people of any age. Even newborns and seniors can develop acne!
If your skin gets flaky and scaly, that doesn’t mean that you have wrinkles. In fact, several of the topical treatments that I cover in Chapter 9 can cause your skin to look dry and scaly as a side effect, but some of these medications can actually prevent wrinkles. Coping with an oil glut If you have excessively oily skin, that’s due to your sebaceous glands producing more sebum (the acne-related oil that I discuss in detail in Chapter 3) than you’d like them to. This is often the 26 Part I: Facing Up to Acne case if you also happen to have acne.
Acne For Dummies by C. C. Zouboulis, Maria Isabel Herane, D. Thiboutot