Nodulocystic acne

Nodulocystic acneNodulocystic acne - Nodulocystic acne or more commonly known as cystic acne is one of the most severe types of acne vulgaris.

Generally, it is formed as painful cysts on facial areas of acne affected.

Pus-filled acne can be painful and embarrassing when no immediate treatment is performed, and although it can affect everyone, since no particular age group, adolescents and teenagers are those who suffer from cystic acne is selected.

A bacterial infection that causes acne is filled with pus and toxins that have the potential to spread to other parts of your body, the treatments must be done as soon as possible. However, before knowing the effective treatment for it, then a summary of the possible causes of such a situation occurs. 

Since cystic acne is one type of acne that is much more serious, causes and symptoms of such a possible state are almost the same as those of the various forms of acne. One of the main reasons that on the face due to the presence of the bacteria that causes acne on the skin.

Another reason why people suffer from painful cystic acne is due to the large amount of dead cells from the skin with large pores and sebaceous glands are overactive secretion in our oily substance faces.

Whenever the barrier surrounding the hair follicle breaks, bacteria that are present in the skin and penetrate into the dermis thereby promote the formation of pus in any affected area. Other risk factors that contribute to cystic acne are unhealthy habits such as excessive consumption, excessive consumption of foods and processed fats and, of course, hygiene habits.

Natural remedy 

Cystic acne can be cured completely, provided that early diagnosis and treatment is performed. If immediate treatment is not done, the condition will worsen and even though it continues to undergo treatment, can be achieved positive results.

Medical help is usually needed when it comes to this because home remedies are not really effective. A doctor or a dermatologist give medications such as oral antibiotics or isotretinoin.

Surgery may also be the last resort if the condition worsens cystic acne. intralesional corticosteroid injections are also another form of treatment. 

This is achieved by injecting a drug directly on the acne lesions on the skin. The truth is that there is no specific treatment for conditions such as the treatment of cystic acne and may vary from patient to patient.

Apart from medical treatment the doctor can give you, there is also the home of the preventive medical treatments that can control your acne and act as catalysts in the healing of acne lesions present. 

One of the treatments based on plants that are easy to grow and get is aloe vera. Aloe vera is one of the most versatile and plants can be used in the treatment of various skin diseases. The gel that can be extracted from its leaves can be applied directly on the affected area and the good news is there are no side effects in the treatment of this type.
By: Brenda B Moore

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