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ACNE AWARENESS PROGRAM to “see happy faces” Dr Ravi Kant Bhushan , M.D . (Gold Medalist) BHUSHAN SKIN & LASER CLINIC(BS&LC) BHIWANI Dr. Reddy’s Dermatology Initiative

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Dr Ravi Kant Bhushan M.B.B.S., M.D.(Gold Medalist) Dermatologist, & Cosmetologist Dr Ravi Kant , certified Dermatologist in private practice at Bhiwani city(Haryana) specialized in diagnosing and treating of Skin diseases, Cosmetic rejuvenation, and advance reconstructive techniques ( Hair transplant , Scar revision ,Rhinoplasty ) Contact for:- Hair transplant(ultra fine FUE) Cosmatic Rhinoplasy Laser hair removal(VPL) Chemical Peeling(All Type) Electrocautery for Skin tag & Warts Acne & Chickenpox Scar Surgery(All Type) Facial Scar Surgery Skin , Nail & hairs Problems Ear Lobe Repair(Stitch Less , Pain Less) Skin Biopsy ,Botox ,Filler

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Overview Acne – Definition Causes of acne Understanding Acne Types of Acne Whom to seek for medical help Treatment Self care guidelines Acne related conditions Quiz Acne

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United By The Same Problem “Different names… One problem”. Acne Pimple Zit Pizza Face Blemish Blackhead Whitehead Comedo

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Acne 80-97% of boys and girls between puberty and 30 years of age are affected worldwide Indian Scenario Affects boys and girls almost equally Slightly higher occurrence in teenage boys and adult women Overview

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Skin contains millions of hair follicles Each hair follicle has a pore around itself Each follicle also contains sebaceous glands around it, which secretes a protective oily substance called sebum Understand Your Skin

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Acne is an inflammatory eruption affecting the face, upper back and chest, consisting of black heads, cysts, papules & pustules, occurring during puberty and adolescence What is acne

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Causes of Acne Exact cause is not known Hormonal changes Heredity and Genetic Factors Stress Pollution and humidity Make up and cosmetics Friction (Tight clothing, head-bands, etc.) Medications (steroids, epilepsy drugs, etc.) Bacterial infection Endocrine disorders Possible factors

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Understanding Acne Sebum is secreted by sebaceous glands Skin cells when shed, clog pores Sebum gets trapped Bacteria in the skin grow in trapped sebum Cause inflammation Plugged follicle becomes acne Understanding Acne

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Chest Acne common locations Face Neck Back

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Types of acne Comedonal – White head Pustular Papular Cystic Nodular Comedonal – Black head

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Heal pimples Stop new pimple formation Prevent scarring Increase self confidence Prevention of scar formation Aims of acne treatment

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Whom to contact for medical help Skin Specialist ( DERMATOLOGIST)

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Prevents………… Cell clumping in follicles Oil production Bacteria Inflammation Acne medications – what it does?

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Medicines applied on the skin (Topical) Treatment of acne Medicines to be taken by mouth (Oral)

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Other treatments Hormonal treatment Low dose steroids Anti androgen (male hormone) drugs Removal of black/white heads Steroid injection in affected areas Skin peeling treatment Cosmetic surgery

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Acne – DO’s Clean face 2-3 times with mild cleanser Eat adequate diet with fruits and vegetables Exercise regularly

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Follow a healthy skin care routine daily Acne – DO’s Relax when stressed Use moisturizer, Sunscreen on your dermatologist advice

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Use water-based makeup Acne – DO’s Stick to acne treatment for at least 3 months Take vitamins and anti-oxidants on dermatologist Rx

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Acne – Don’ts X Take antibiotics unnecessarily X Exercise with makeup X Use a friend’s medication / make - up

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Acne – Don’ts X Pick or squeeze acne X Exfoliate or use strong soaps X Scrub your face often

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Acne – Don’ts X Sleep with make-up X Use heavy makeup X Get too stressed X Eat too much junk food

Acne-related conditions:

Acne-related conditions Perioral dermatitis Acne excoriee (Picker’s acne) Razor bumps ( Pseudofolliculitis barbae ) Acne rosacea Ring worm, beard ( Tinea barbae )

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QUIZ ON ACNE – True/False 4.High hormone level is the main cause of acne 2.Acne could get worse if skin is not clean 3.The black color of blackhead is due to dirt 6.Chocolate causes acne 5.Acne is seen in teenagers alone 8.Excessive sebum causes acne 9.Acne medications reduce skin bacteria 7.Acne is commonly found on the hand 1. Acne has no cure 10.Propionibacterium acne is the bacteria found in Acne False False False False True False True True True True

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