Oily Skin Acne Treatment
There are different types of acne. Excess sebum on the skin leads to dilate the pores and skin tend to clog pores. The pore closes and the fat is housed therein, appearing the “comedones” (commonly called pimples and blackheads): this leads to comedoniano acne. In this environment devoid of oxygen, normally present in the skin (known as Propionibacterium acnes) bacteria can proliferate and release inflammatory substances extending in this area and result in the appearance of inflamed lesions (rash, grains), resulting in a inflammatory acne. In adolescents can coexist these two forms, which are called polymorphic acne, which affects nearly 60% of patients with acne.
To treat acne specific treatment is needed. For oily skin acne treatment, skin needs special treatment and cosmetic treatment routine adapted. It is very important to follow certain rules daily:
- Clean the skin with products specially formulated for oily skin daily.
- Use a treatment product every day. This is the real key to treatment outcome.
- Use products designed for oily skin and non-comedogenic makeup.
- Protects skin from sun, despite popular belief, is a false friend of acne.
- Do not handle grains, since the spread of lesions all over the face is favored.
In addition to these cosmetic measures, the dermatologist will prescribe a specific treatment depending on your type of acne. Do not hesitate to consult at the time the first symptoms appear, because it depends on the success of treatment.
Do not manipulate the skin to try to extract “blackheads”: The pressure exerted by the thumb and forefinger of one hand, or worse using fingers of both hands to do more strength, can break the sebaceous follicle containing germs can spread the infection causing dermatitis in neighboring areas. So do not have to miss the appearance of small blisters filled with pus (pustules), which are to be feared, as they leave irreversible scarring. Twice daily sanitize the affected skin of the face, torso and any affected area. Water and soap (preferably a dermatological product with antiseborrheic action) is generally indicated and then dried completely once cleared the area.
Reducing foods that tend to cause skin reactions in young people. Foods that should be banned are: chocolate and strawberries, but it should be noted that as mentioned above, the power is only one factor that interacts with others.
Do not use any product that does not contain cosmetology in its packaging for “Suitable for acneicas or seborrheic skins”, since in certain cosmetic creams there are certain fatty components that may influence the production of more areas of acne.
Adopt as a principle, not using “normal” cosmetics called:
those for the use and customs are advised among friends and family.
Specific Oily Skin Acne Treatment:
Multi causality in acne and the role that hormonal changes during puberty, become difficult any therapeutic attempt to choose the dermatologist, because whatever it may, the improvement is observed over time. It sometimes happens that when an anti-acne treatment is started, at first the patient feels that aggravated his dermopathy, so this situation must be noticed by the treating professional to avoid dropping the patient, especially when it comes to a teenager.
The products used for these cures have to develop at least three functions:
Desquamating function similar to having a “peeling” moderate (depending also called “keratolytic” moderate), through which the tube that would have to move the fat produced by the gland is free of obstruction and has no outlet. This activity causes a slight skin irritation. This observation is very important because as has been found that most of the products used to treat acne, have a salutary effect and produce an irritant action of the epidermis, professionals who prescribe should warn their patients about the effects undesirable side. The most effective treatment outside the dermatologist who can prescribe components are:
• sulfur and / or salicylic acid
• azelaic acid, moderate concentrations
• benzoyl peroxide at moderate concentrations
• glycolic acid at moderate concentrations
• exfoliating microbeads that are part of cleaning fluids