HOW TO TREAT SEVERE ACNE?
The severe acne is a chronic skin disease. It is caused by an inflammation of the pilosebaceous follicle. First a follicular occurs, then it becomes inflamed and, finally, the follicular pore ends up becoming infected.
Although acne can be a mild disease that usually appears on the patient’s face, severe acne is an evolution of it, which occurs with greater notoriety not only on the skin of the face but also in other areas of the body, mainly in the back.
Severe acne can produce physical pain where it is present and even fever, so it must be treated dermatological to reduce its area of action and control their outbreaks. For surgical treatment, one can contact Dr. Navin Taneja at The National Skin Center.
Besides, severe acne can cause scars on the patient’s skin, so it is advisable to prevent reaching this situation and apply treatments in case the scars have already appeared.
SEVERE ACNE: CAUSES
Many patients believe that acne appears by eating habits, creams or makeup. Actually, these elements cannot on their own motivate the appearance of acne; however, they can aggravate common acne and boost its evolution to severe acne.
The genetic predisposition of the patient and the hormonal changes are those that really cause segregation more than sebum, just as it can also be motivated by menstruation, during pregnancy or even by stress.For this reason, puberty is one of the periods where more cases of acne appear, since that is when a more crucial hormonal transformation takes place.
To all these factors it is possible to add other derivatives of the daily routine of each patient. Some drugs, especially those that contain steroids or testosterone, can catalyze the problem, just as excessive sweating can also aggravate a case of acne.
Severe acne: extraction
The National Skin Center apply treatments for severe acne with the aim of reducing injuries, as well as acting on the physical consequences (scars) that may have occurred during the time that has not been treated.
For this reason, it is advisable to go to experts as soon as possible, to identify the severity of the disease and the best treatments according to the progress that it presents, the patient’s own skin and their particular needs.
It is a non-invasive treatment that allows both, reducing and improving areas that have been affected by severe acne. This treatment also manages to reduce the production of sebum, so that the disease can be faced inactive, making progressively minimize the presence of acne.