Skin Disorders
   Acanthosis Nigricans
   Acne Scars
   Acrodermatitis Continua
   Actinic Keratosis
   Adult Acne
   Allergic Contact Dermatitis
   Alopecia Areata
   Anal Warts
   Androgenic Alopecia
   Aphthous Ulcer
   Athlete's Foot
   Atopic Dermatitis
   Atypical Moles
   Baby Acne
   Birthmarks and Hemangioma
   Blue Nevi
   Body Acne
   Bowen's Disease
   Bullous Pemphigoid
   Capillary Hemangioma
   Cavernous Hemangioma
   Cellulitis Skin Infection
   Common Warts
   Cracked Heels
   Dark Circles
   Dermatitis Herpetiformis
   Discoloration of Elbows and Knees
   Dry Lips
   Dyshidrotic Eczema
   Dysplastic Nevi
   Enlarged Pores
   Epidermolysis Bullosa
   Eye Stye
   Facial Rashes
   Flexural Psoriasis
   Fordyce’s Condition
   Genetal Warts
   Genital Herpes
   Granuloma Annulare
   Guttate Psoriasis
   Halo Nevus
   Hand Dermatitis
   Heat Rash
   Herpes Simplex
   Herpes Zoster
   Hidradenitis Suppurativa
   Hot Tub Folliculitis
   Keratosis Pilaris
   Lichen Planus
   Lichen Sclerosus
   Lichen Simplex Chronicus
   Lichen Striatus
   Liver Spots
   Lupus Erythematosus
   Lymphomatoid Papulosis
   Morton's Neuroma
   Mucocutaneous Candidiasis
   Mycosis Fungoides

Adult Acne


Adult acne is also called Rosacea. Adult acne occurs on the back, neck, face, shoulders, chest and upper arms. Acne mostly adult pepole. Severe form of acne may leave scars on the affected area after treatment.

Causes of adult acne

Various causes of this disorders such as:

  • This type of acne is usually started first with blackheads. And the oil in pores and dead cells associates blackheads. Inflamed blackheads can give the result of red pimples.
  • These pimples have become infected and can be spread with dirty hands. And then, it may develop whitehead or pustule. In some cases, it can be associated by deficiency of vitamins and fluctuating hormones.
  • Use of Cosmetics and use of certain products that containing iodides, bromides or chlorides and other medications such as corticosteroids, trimethadinile or phenytoin are also cause this type of acnes.
  • Sometimes, adult acne is developed by excessive exposure to tars, greases or heavy oils. Other causes such as excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays, heredity and stressful conditions may associate acne.

Symptoms of adult acne

Adult acne may occur in the form of acne vulgaris, cystic acne etc. They can be developed by home and family member responsibilities and stress. Therefore, patient must reduce the level of stress to resolve any form of acne.

Treatment of adult acne

Various possible treatments that you can use to treat adult acne disorder such as:

  • Antibiotics are recommended by the health care providers to reduce the any form of acne. Oral medications such as erythromycin, minocycline, doxycycline, or tetracycline are good medicines to reduce the acne from the surface of the skin.
  • Benzoyl Peroxide is very beneficial to treat all form of acne from the surface of the skin. It comes in the form of cleansers, gels, creams and lotions.
  • Another important treatment for this disorder is Laser treatment. In which, Laser treatment is a very fast and costly treatment to reduce the adult acne. Acne scars are also removed by Smooth beam laser, Vbeam laser, Fraxel laser and Medilux and Ellipse IPLs.
  • You should be taken one tablespoon of honey, 2 tablespoons of green clay and a full tablespoon of Yogurt; take some drops of Lemon juice and lavender oil. Mix all ingredients with rose water and make a smooth paste. Apply the thick layer of it on the face. Leave it to dry and after a few minutes wash off with Luke warm water.
  • Take some drops of rose water and a full tablespoon of sandalwood powder. Mix both of them with water well and make a dark paste. Apply of this layer on the area where acne occurred.
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   Pityriasis Alba
   Pityriasis Lichenoides Chronica
   Pityriasis Rosea
   Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris
   Pityrosporum Folliculitis
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