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Study presented at the American Academy of Dermatologys 65th annual meeting - Washington D.C.
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Topical estradiol appears to stimulate production of the protein collagen in older men and women. [Arch Dermatol].
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| Most Common Uses of Accutane
Treats Cystic acne, Severe acne that has not
responded to treatment with oral antibiotics
How does Accutane work?
Isotroin (Isotretinoin, Accutane) belongs to a
group of medicines known as retinoids, which are
derivatives of vitamin A. It works by reducing the
production of the skins natural oil (sebum).
Acne occurs due to an excessive production of
sebum from over-active sebaceous glands in the
skin. The sebum blocks the sebaceous glands,
which prevents the oil from flowing freely out and
causes an accumulation of sebum under the skin.
The bacteria associated with acne thrive in these
conditions. They feed on the sebum, and produce
waste products and fatty acids that irritate the
sebaceous glands, making them inflamed and
causing spots. Isotroin (Isotretinoin, Accutane)
decreases the size and activity of the sebaceous
glands in the skin, which reduces the amount of
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|Most Common Uses of Benzac (benzoyl) |
a keratolytic agent with antibacterial actions used
to treat acne. It can be used alone or with other
treatments, including antibiotics and products that
contain retinoic acid, sulfur, or salicylic acid.
How does Benzac work?
Benzac is a highly effective bactericidal and
anti-inflammatory benzoyl peroxide topical acne
medication. It works by drying the acne pimples
and helping the skin to peel. It decreases acne
bacteria, whiteheads and blackheads, and the
amount of oil. Concentrations range from 2.5% to
10% and are branded Benzac AC and Desquam E.
It is available as gels and washes.
How does Protopic 0,1 work?
This medicine contains the active ingredient
tacrolimus, which is a type of medicine called
a topical immunomodulator. It is not fully
understood how tacrolimus works in the
treatment of eczema (atopic dermatitis),
but it has been shown to suppress inflammatory
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|Comedonal acne is characterized by the presence
of whiteheads and blackheads. There are certain
topical medications that are geared towards the
treatment of these lesions specifically.
For instance, topical tretinoin (Retin-A) has long
been considered the standard of treatment for
comedones or whiteheads and blackheads.
Recently, however, some newer topical medicines
have been developed to attack these lesions.
Such as Retin A and Cleocin T
Nodulocystic acne is characterized by large,
tender, red, and purple acne "bumps" or cysts
under the skin. It can be quite severe,
disfiguring and emotionally upsetting.
Often this form of acne will not respond to
traditional topical treatments nor traditional
antibiotics. It is in these severe cases, that
systemic isotretinoin or Isotroin is used.
It is quite effective most of the time.
It requires monitoring by a dermatologist skilled
in using this medication.
Myths About Acne
It is important to dispel some myths surrounding
acne. On the whole, acne does not seem to be
related to the consumption of chocolate or fried
foods. Also, avoidance of "picking" and "popping"
of lesions is particularly important to minimize
the risk of scarring.
|Pustular acne appears just how it sounds. |
The presence of small pustules or tiny red pimples
characterizes this form of acne.
The classic approach to this form of acne depends
on the severity. If it is mild, often benzoyl peroxide
lotions or washes may be effective.
However, in cases where pustular acne is more
severe, benzoyl peroxide may not be enough.
In this instance, topical antibiotics are used.
Topical erythromycin gel 2% is a traditionally
used approach, also Cleocin T (clindamycin)
also known as Dalacin-T. There are many topical
medicines that are quite effective at treating acne.
Still, pustular acne may be so severe that topical
medicines need to be used in conjunction with oral
medications. Classically, oral Tetracycline has
been used to treat acne. There are side effects and
limitations with this form of acne. Tetracycline
should not be used in pregnant females, children
less than 8 years of age. Also, tetracycline may
cause sun sensitivity, mild stomach upset, vaginal
yeast infections and occasional headaches.
Tetracycline needs to be taken on an empty
stomach. However, there are many newer
formulations of oral antibiotics that limit these
restrictions and are quite effective.
For very severe acne, systemic isotretinoin has
become the treatment of choice. This medicine is
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