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Last Updated: 05 November 2022

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Acne Vulgaris: Chronic Inflammatory Disease: A Review

acne vulgaris, which affects the pilosebaceous unit, hair shaft, and sebaceous gland, is a chronic inflammatory disease that is not well understood. Just a few of the key factors involved in acne development are the disruption of glandular activity associated with hyperseborrhea and changes in sebum fatty acid composition, dysregulation of the hormone microenvironment, interaction with neuropeptides, inflammatory hyperkeratinization, induction of inflammation, and dysfunction of the innate and adaptive immune systems. In addition, the complicated combination medication regimens that were designed to solve several aspects of acne pathogenesis result in poor adherence, which reduces the success of therapy. We'll be able to achieve acne patients' outcomes if new therapy approaches target the early stages of acne formation as opposed to reducing the effects of end products, so we'll be better able to improve acne patients' outcomes.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7241075


Formulation and Evaluation of a Poly Herbal Anti Acne Fruit Face Wash Gel

Skin inflammation affects more than 99% of young people on skin, accounting for the most visible part of our body to the microbes, specifically acne causing microscopic organisms. face wash gel is used in the new report. Poly natural enemy of skin inflammation is the primary cause of skin inflammation. With less apparent results, it was reported that the organic product face wash gel is beneficial against the standard. Both preparations have improved in comparison to prepared preparation and then in the range of 8. 982-9. 983. During stability testing F2 preparations, good results have been achieved for three months.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7235343


Association of Genetic Factors in the Occurrence of Acne Vulgaris and its Implication in the Development of Severe Acne

Acne is an inflammatory disease that typically affects the pilosebaceous unit. According to numerous studies, up to 94 percent of adolescents will be affected by some degree during their lifetime, with the female sex the most vulnerable. SELL, DBB2 and TP53, three genes that regulate hemostasis and cutaneous inflammation, are among those that are related to severe acne; the prevention of apoptosis of damaged DNA and the development of scars associated with severe acne are among those that are commonly affected patients.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7229245


Improvement of acne therapy taking into account clinical, genetic and biochemical research methods

The severity of a patient's acne is often dictated by the severity of her current condition. There are enough common external products that minimize acne and improve skin health, as well as the actions of a general health plan, that are often used to mask acne and acne. Acne's earliest signs of acne can only be determined by further tests for acne.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7149265

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