Clinical Dermatology
Acne
Acne is a chronic problem that usually occurs during adolescence, and its severity varies. However, it can occur at any age, even after 40 and regardless of sex. Appears mainly on the face, the upper chest and back. It causes a heavy psychological burden, both in young people and adults, and tends to recur.

Acne disease is due to sebaceous gland overheating. This leads to increased sebum production, and to the propionic bacterium of the acne causing local inflammation. Acne vulgaris is the one that affects nearly 90% of adolescents, showing maximum activity between 15 and 18 years, and then declines. It mainly appears on the face, back, and chest and, if not accompanied by any other illness, is considered a completely normal situation that is often ignored.
 
Adult acne has been an increasingly common phenomenon in recent decades, with increasing trends. Among adults, acne occurs more frequently in women, but there is also a significant number of men suffering from acne during adulthood. Although in most cases adult acne is mild to moderate, there is a high probability of causing significant negative psychological, social and emotional effects. It has also been shown to be associated with a greater burden on the quality of life of the patient. Besides hormonal and hereditary, important factors that burden the adult body and can lead to adult acne are the use of cosmetics with oils, smoking, anxiety, poor nutrition as well as the use of some drugs such as antidepressants.

According to recent research, the phrase "We are what we eat" is one of the most representative of any type of acne that we have to deal with. It has been observed in many studies that changing eating habits to the worst, contributes to the emergence of acne. Everything is based on blood insulin levels, which, if disturbed, favor the presence of acne. This is why it is recommended for people with acne to avoid foods that raise glycemic index of blood, insulin, such as carbohydrates and sugar. Lastly, dairy businesses have also begun to blame for increasing acne.

At Dermatology & Cosmetics Lab, we apply all the modern methods to treat acne, assessing each case separately and combining therapeutic methods, if necessary. In particular, we use special, sophisticated treatments for acne replacing or supplementing traditional, traditional treatments with creams and pills.
  • Fractional Laser: Acne pimples and scars receive the powerful effect of Fractional Laser that helps fibroblasts activate collagen production by fighting inflammation, scarring and discolouration of acne.
  • Chemical peeling: Chemical peeling that creates a controlled "burn" to remove the outer layer of the epidermis and help in its regeneration,
  • Deep Cleansing Treatment: It is the most popular and popular anti-acne treatment that removes the mouthfeel and significantly reduces sebum and pimples.
  • PRP Autologous therapy: PRP alone or in combination with Fractional Laser reduces acne pimples and heals tissues thanks to its antimicrobial action.
  • Photodynamic therapy: Photodynamic therapy involves the activation of a chromophore (a substance that absorbs light) to produce monomeric oxygen.
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