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Emad A Jaffar Al-Mulla
University of Kufa, Iraq
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Clin Exp Dermatol Res
The greatest severe form of acne vulgaris is cystic acne. It is deep and inflamed breakouts develop on the face and/or other trunk. Although the greatest patients are adolescents, this problem can be found in any age. Cystic acne is fluid-filled lumps subcutaneous and usually painful. The common treatments for cystic acne are by antibiotics, surgical suction, steroid injection, laser or using hormonal acne treatment. Many studies have been conducted regarding cystic acne treatment. However, there is no effective action and most of these treatments take time. This result is maybe due to limitation of these agents to do desired effect by penetration the skin barrier deeply. In this study, some vegetable oil derivatives were suggested as substrates to increase skin penetrability by creating the conditions for membrane transfer of the substrate. Increased permeability of the cell wall allows the transport of the active agent guest. The aims of treatment are to prevent scarring, limit the disease duration and reduce the impact of the psychological stress that may affect over half of sufferers. The major components of this treatment are vegetable oil derivatives which were synthesized from abundant raw materials using a simple and environmentally friendly process. Patients aged 10-40 years, lived under similar environmental conditions and were treated through the same medical care structure were evaluated. Patients were instructed to use the product 5 times daily. The certification was achieved by physical examination and by digital photography under identical conditions. The location of cystic acne was in cheek, forearm and the trunk. The results showed that all patients have been completely healed without scarring as a treatment for angiolipoma. The period of treatment was within 3-7 days without leaving a greasy feel.
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