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Acne Treatment in Bangalore
Acne is a common inflammatory skin disease that mainly affects the face, neck, chest and upper back. It is caused by an interaction between Hormones, bacteria and sebum produced by the sebaceous glands in the skin. Symptoms show as comedones (pimples), pustules (lessons filled with pus) and occasionally Cysts. Acne is traditionally thought to develop at Puberty but many women have acne throughout life or it may develop in adulthood. It can develop premenstrually or may be associated with the talking or stopping of Oral Contraceptive Pills. This is possibly caused by changing hormone levels.
Treatment for Acne :
- Glycolic Peel
- Veg Peel etc
Acne Scar :
Acne scarring is caused by a variety of factors. When acne is produced on the skin as a response to sebum, the body may attempt to target the inflammation with white blood cells. Once the inflammation has subsided, however, the tissue may have yet to be fully repaired, and as such, scar tissue will show. It is important, however, to note that marks on the skin are not necessarily scars; simple marks will usually disappear within seven months, though they may take up to two years to disappear completely.
Acne scarring should not be confused with Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation.
Treatment for Acne Scar :
Some people are more prone to acne scars than others. Acne scars should be treated early, with dermatological consultation, to reduce their visibility and size later in life.
There are several forms of treatment for acne scars in current usage
- Laser therapy (Fractional laser resurfacing)
- Chemical therapy (Chemical peels )
- Biological treatment (enzyme, aroma, etc)
Skin is the largest organ of the body. It is made up of two layers, the upper 'epidermis' and the lower 'dermis'. The epidermis and the dermis are further divided into other layers.
The lowermost layer of the epidermis is known as the basal layer and it contains organelles called 'melanosomes'. These melanosomes contain cells called melanocytes which produce a pigment called 'melanin'. The color of skin depends mainly on this melanin and the amount of melanin present in the other layers of the epidermis. The thickness of epidermis and vascularity of the epidermis are other factors affecting the color of skin.
What are the causes of hyperpigmentation (increase in skin pigmentation)?
- Hyperpigmentation may either be due to increased melanin deposition in the epidermis or dermis.
- Epidermal pigmentary disorders respond well to treatment while dermal pigmentation may take a long time to lighten.
- Melasma: Seen as brown patches on the face, it is more commonly seen in females. It occurs due to hormonal changes in the body. The pigmentation increases on sun exposure.
- Peri-orbital melanosis: Also known as 'dark circles' may be hereditary, due to stress or eye strain.
- Freckles and Lentigines: These are tiny black spots on the face and are genetic in origin.
- Photomelanosis: This is increased pigmentation due to sun exposure. The pigmentation occurs on the exposed skin, commonly on the face, neck and the back. The pigmentation may be patchy or as diffused darkening of the exposed skin.
- Sunburn (tan): A condition commonly encountered in fair-skinned people due to excessive sun exposure.
- Glycolic peel
- Enzyme peel
FAQ's for Skin Treatment in Bangalore
What causes acne?
Acne can be caused by excess sebum oil and clogged pores. Doctors aren’t sure why some people get acne and others do not, but some research suggests that hormone levels may play a role. Acne is most common in young adults with increased hormone levels, and about 80 percent of people will have at least one [acne] outbreak before age 30. It is less common in older adults, who tend to have steadier hormone levels. Since stress can affect hormones, it may also play a role in the development of acne, but so far, there is no definitive evidence that factors such as stress, diet, or light makeup have any links with acne. If you have acne, wash gently with a mild cleanser no more than twice a day; and avoid hard scrubbing, exfoliating, and touching the affected areas.
What are the most important parts of a skincare routine?
Since sun damage increases the risk of skin cancer, as well as skin problems ranging from wrinkles to dark spots, wearing sunscreen on a daily basis is essential. Choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a minimum sun protection factor (SPF) of 15. Beyond that, it takes just a few minutes each morning and each evening to do the basics: washing with a gentle cleanser and applying a moisturizer to your face and neck.
How can I avoid wrinkles?
Wrinkles are a natural result of aging, but you can delay their onset or minimize their appearance. To do so, limit sun exposure, wear sunscreen every day, and use skin products that contain antioxidants and retinoids, which can reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
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