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For teenagers, Acne is the most common reason for visiting their Dermatologist. It is a skin disease that occurs primarily in adolescence, resulting in increased oil secretion from the skin, and a variety of lesions on the face and body.

It is caused by the hyperactivity of sebaceous glands, in combination with the occlusion of their excretory duct, as well as due to skin colonization by the bacterium Propionibacterium acnes.

At Cosmetic Derma Medicine, we offer all Acne treatment methods, ranging from pharmaceutical treatments to the most modern Laser treatment of acne.

The Dermatologist & Venereologist Dr. Amalia Tsiatoura, specialized in acne issues, along with the medical and nursing team of our clinic, is able to provide appropriate treatment for any form of acne, based on individual needs.

Based on the type and severity, Acne is classified into:

  • Common Acne or Acne Vulgaris
  • Postadolescent Acne
  • Infantile Acne
  • Mild to moderate comedonal Acne
  • Papulopustural Acne
  • Cystic Acne
  • Acne Fulminans
  • Acne Aestivalis, Summer Acne or “Mallorca Acne”
  • Acne Tropicalis or Tropical Acne
  • Occupational Acne
  • Acne due to medicines
  • Acne Cosmetica or Acne caused by cosmetics
  • Acne excoriee of young women
  • Acne Rosacea or Rosacea


Methods of treatment:

  • PDT Photodynamic Acne Treatment
  • CO2 Fractional Laser
  • Autologous Mesotherapy PRP
  • Chemical Peel
  • Diamond Microdermabrasion
  • Topical Treatment
  • Systemic Treatment
  • Treatment with intralesional steroid injection
  • Treatment for Cystic Acne with surgical removal


Find out more about causes & available methods for treating this skin condition at Acne Treatment page.

The scar that will remain depends on its size, the method of its removal and the healing capacity of the body.

The factors that contribute to adult acne formation are:

  • Heredity: Much more common in women whose mothers suffered from acne after the age of 25.
  • Hormonal factors lead to seborrhea and increase of keratinization, thus favoring the colonization of the pilosebaceous pore by P. acnes.
  • Use of cosmetics with petrolatum & vegetable oils
  • Smoking
  • Stress
  • Potential use of drugs, such as corticosteroids, antidepressants, antiepileptic drugs, etc.


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