Cosmetic Treatment

The acne is the most common of the chronic illnesses of folculo pilossebceo of the skin human being, caused for multiple factors and that it leads to the appearance of some characteristic injuries. Four basic points can be pointed as responsible with respect to the development of the acne: sebcea hipersecreo; hiperqueratinizao to folicular; bacterial and the consequent inflammation to folicular and dermic settling underlying. It has a variety of types of acne, but most common it is the vulgar acne. Of the clinical point of view the acne is classified in not-inflammatory and inflammatory, in accordance with the type of predominant injury. The clinical injuries of the not inflammatory acne if subdivide in microcomedes, open and closed comedes; already the injuries of the inflammatory acne are ppulas, pstulas, and the injuries most serious are the cysts and nodules. To classify the acne is important, therefore it determines the choice of the ideal personalized aesthetic protocol that acts in the diverse forms of presentation of the injuries and in all the phases of the development of the same ones. In this direction, this scientific article has for objective to detach the basic principles for the cosmetic treatment of the vulgar acne in a perspective directed to the professionals of aesthetic the face one. It is characterized for being a bibliographical research of the descriptive type with qualitative character, on the basis of published theoretical references already: scientific articles and books. Ahead of the displayed one necessity is perceived to identify to the injuries gifts to it in the skin of the carrier of the acne and the phase of the development of the same one for, from these information, to make the choice of indicated active principles more than acts controlling the fisiopatolgicas alterations of the acne thus personalizing the treatment so that if reach the desired result..

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