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Skin Care and Use of Cosmetics in Acne Patients

Written by
Dr. Suvash Sahu
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.

Published on Nov 22, 2016 and last reviewed on Feb 07, 2019   -  1 min read

Abstract

Acne is a chronic problem, which usually occurs in adolescence. It is a main cosmetic concern. And a dilemma always remains in the sufferer about the cosmetics. This article will solve the concern.

Skin Care and Use of Cosmetics in Acne Patients

Acne is a chronic problem that usually occurs in adolescence. The main cosmetic concern in acne patients is unappealing blemish produced by active acne lesions and formation of hyperpigmentation and scars.

In older days, it was suggested to acne patients that he or she should avoid cosmetics for fear of aggravation of acne lesions. But, nowadays, due to the availability of water-based cosmetics and increased awareness, cosmetics can be offered to those who desire cosmetics for camouflage and other purposes.

Which Cosmetic Should Be Used in Acne Patients?

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