ACNE is a disorder of oil glands (sebaceous glands) of skin. It mainly affects adolescents but can occur in all ages. This occurs when oil glands become hyperactive and dead cells block the opening of oil glands. Accumulation of oil sebum inside the oil gland leads to bacterial infection and inflammation of the gland.
It is typically seen at body sites with well-developed oil glands most often face, upper chest and back.
Acne should be treated as soon as possible so that scarring can be prevented.
- Oral and Topical Medication – After examining the patient’s skin and taking brief history about all medications used by patient. A customized treatment plan is checked out. Also patient is informed about different alternatives available to treat the problem.
- Medipeels – There are variety of medipeels available to treat acne. These pills basically control oil buildup in the gland by gently removing the dead skin cell and impurities. Also, due to the anti-inflammatory and smoothening effect, there is visible decrease in redness and zit count.