By Antonella Tosti, Maria Pia De Padova, Gabriella Fabbrocini
The seen scarring left completely at the dermis after pimples itself subsides frequently reasons enormous misery for the sufferers involved. the normal remedy by way of dermabrasion has now been supplemented and supplanted via a couple of cutting edge treatments, usually built as instruments in beauty dermatology, and this article - the 1st monograph dedicated to the subject - may be welcomed through either normal and beauty dermatologists as an invaluable consultant in the course of the complexities of remedy.
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4). 2 The application of phenol solution creates ivorywhite to gray-white color of skin. 24 hours, the tape mask is removed and the exudate is cleansed with sterile saline. Regional reapplication of peeling solution and retaping of the scarred areas is performed and the tape is left for an additional 4 to 6 hours and then removed by the patient. 5). On the Day 8, wet soaking with tap water while standing in the shower is used to soften the powder mask and to remove it. The erythema gradually subsides over 2 months.
3. Jacob CI, Dover JS, Kaminer MS. Acne scarring: a classification system and review of treatment options. J Am Acad Dermatol 2001; 45: 109–17. 4. Makram M, Al Waiz. Medium-depth chemical peels in the treatment of acne scars in dark-skinned individuals. J Dermatol Surg 2002; 28: 383–7. 5. Ayres S. Superficial chemo-surgery in treating aging skin Arch Dermatol 1962; 85: 385–93. 6. Van Scott EJ, Yu RJ. Hyperkeratinization, corneocyte cohesion and alpha-hydroxy acids. J Am Acad Dermatol 1984; 11: 867–79.
The optimal frost is white-pink for macular scars and whitegray for other scars. Use cold water to neutralize the peel and select degree of frosting. 6). Use cold water to neutralize the peel and select degree of frosting (11, 14, 15). Salicylic acid at 25%: The solution should be left for 2 to 3 minutes until evaporation of the alcoholic vehicle. Use a moisturizing cream to remove the residual salicylic acid white power from the treated area, as this improves penetration of salicylic acid in the skin.
Acne Scars: Classification and Treatment (Series in Dermatological Treatment) by Antonella Tosti, Maria Pia De Padova, Gabriella Fabbrocini