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dexpanthenol
Dermatology
25 g

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Acne

Acne

Acne is one of the most common skin problems that result from occlusion of the sebaceous glands on the face and in the upper body by sebum, an oily substance created by these glands, which produces spots. They usually appear on the face but can occur on the back, shoulders, chest, and neck. It is very important to prevent excessive bacterial growth early to prevent inflammatory changes on the skin.

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Atopic dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis

This disease is a chronic recurrent dermatosis characterised by symptoms such as chronic itching, dry skin, and eczema. The causes of atopic dermatitis are not entirely understood but it most often occurs in early childhood. In most patients, symptoms subside by puberty, but some patients experience life-long problems.

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Rosacea

Rosacea

Rosacea is a chronic, relapsing, progressive skin disease that is characterised by redness on parts of the face such as the cheeks, nose and chin. The disease typically occurs after the age of thirty and affects women more often, although it can occur in any gender. If not treated early, rosacea tends to spread, causing health and aesthetic problems.

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Seborrhoea

Seborrhoea

Seborrhoeic dermatitis or seborrhoea is a chronic inflammation of the skin that occurs in areas with the most sebaceous glands. This disease is characterised by extremely oily skin caused by excessive secretion of sebum. It is most common in infants up to 3 months of age and is more common in men. Although it is a chronic disease, the condition of the skin can significantly improve with proper therapy.

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