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What is Acne

Acne is the most common reason for adolescents and adults to visit a dermatologist. According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), approximately 80% of people between the ages of 11 and 30 will experience an acne flare-up at some point. Although, most commonly, acne resolves by age 30, there are cases that may persist even into their 40s or 50s.

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Causes and Symptoms

Acne, most commonly, occurs when the pores of the skin become clogged. Each pore corresponds to a hair follicle, which includes hair and oil glands. If the gland becomes blocked, hair and oil become trapped inside it, leading to the formation of pimples.

During adolescence, overproduction of sebum due to hormonal changes leads to the appearance of acne. Also, cosmetics that are not indicated for the skin type of the individual can lead to the appearance of acne. This is because they “block” the pores of the hair follicles, resulting in the appearance of acne.

Taking medications, such as chronic cortisone intake, can also lead to the appearance of acne. Certain foods, such as high-fat foods, chocolate and alcohol, have been implicated in the development of acne.

Acne usually manifests itself in the form of cysts, papules and pustules (red pimples with white or yellow pus). Often there is intense redness at the sites of the cysts. It may also appear with black or white spots. Acne occurs mainly on the face and neck, as well as on the body, back, chest and shoulders.



Depending on its type and severity, acne is divided into the following categories:

  • Common acne (acne during puberty)
  • Common acne in teenage years
  • Infantile acne
  • Phagesoric acne
  • Cystic Acne
  • Acne Fulminass
  • Mallorca Acne (Acne aestivalis)
  • Tropical Acne
  • Acne from Drugs
  • Acne from Cosmetics
  • Traumatic Acne in Young Women
  • Rosacea Acne



A dermatologist is the best specialist to diagnose the problem of acne, check the type of acne and suggest the most appropriate treatment. The type of treatment depends on the type of acne and also on the skin of each patient.

The most common, specific treatment methods are as follows:

  • PDT Photodynamic Therapy
  • CO2 Fractional Laser
  • Facial Autologous Mesotherapy
  • Chemical Peeling
  • Facial Microdermoabrasion
  • Topical Treatment with Drugs
  • Systemic Treatment with Drugs
  • Injections directly into the lesions
  • Cystic Acne Treatment with surgical excision of cysts