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Jessner's lymphocytic infiltrate


Jessner's lymphocytic infiltrate is a presumably sun-induced, chronic, benign lymphocytic infiltrate, usually of the face. Red to violaceous nodules and plaques develop and, sometimes, regress spontaneously.

Causes of Jessner lymphocytic infiltrate

The cause of Jessner lymphocytic infiltrate is unknown.

The Jessner Peel combines resorcinol, salicylic acid and lactic acid to provide a very noticeable and effective exfoliation.

Single or multiple lesions may occur and they range from 2mm to 2cm in diameter. Seasonal activity is variable: more patients deteriorate in winter than summer and there may be a relationship with sun exposure.

The Jessner's peel is excellent for all skin types. It smoothes and rejuvenates skin, producing beautiful results in treating mild to severe acne, discoloration, moderate wrinkling, and sun damage. Peeling the face, neck, hands, and upper chest is also quite effective.

Treatment of Jessner lymphocytic infiltrate

Topical, intralesional, or systemic steroids can be effective. Usually no treatment is necessary as after persisting for several months or years, lesions disappear spontaneously without causing other problems. Occasionally they may recur at the same site or elsewhere.

All patients should be advised to follow sun protection measures, regardless of their history of photo-aggravation.

 

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