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Pyoderma faciale


Pyoderma faciale is the type of acne that affects females mainly belonging to the 20-40 age groups.

Pyoderma faciale is mostly occur on the face, they can appears as both deep and superficial cystic lesions of the face with interconnecting "tunnels" between cysts, reddish inflammation of the skin, and slight swelling of the skin.

Pyoderma faciale rarely persists more than one year or so, and generally Pyoderma faciale is not associated with oily skin.

Cause of Pyoderma faciale

Regions around the cheeks, forehead, and chin are usually most severely affected. The cause of pyoderma faciale is not known.

Treatment of Pyoderma faciale

Some patients are so severely disfigured they may require hospitalization during the early part of treatment. As this condition is rare, it is not certain which is the best medication to use. The following oral medications may help such as Antibiotics, Isotretinoin, Steroids.

Severe Acne types cannot be remedied at home. Take my word on it. Go and see your doctor or dermatologist before your condition worsen. Remember that beautiful skin reflects satisfactory health.

 

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