Use of Accutane for acne treatment in cosmetology 


Acne is a disease of hair follicles and sebaceous glands, which is popular among young population of our world. Rational treatment of acne skin is based on a proper clinical test. The doctor should determine the duration of the current acne severity and location of maximum destruction.

Currently, Accutane is the most effective remedy for the treatment of severe acne. Clinical experience shows that it can lead to prolonged remission or cure in most patients. Accutane reduces sebum production by 80%. During the clinical trials it was shown a significant reduction in komedogenez and the quantity of P. acnes within 4 to 8 weeks after starting treatment.

Accutane acts on the most important mechanism of acne - increased sebaceous excretions. Gradually, the oil glands decrease in size, sebaceous cysts disappear, and consequently, reduces the inflammation in these glands. With the restructuring of the sebaceous glands is associated persistent effect or clinical improvement in the treatment with Accutane.

Cosmetologists recommend combining Accutane therapy, at different stages of treatment, with anti-scarry and anti-inflammatory homeopathy, as well as other cosmetic procedures.

Unfortunately Accutane does not combine well with liquid nitrogen, cosmetic cleansing, dermabrasion, chemical and acidic peelings. After treatment with Accutane in different periods from 3 months up to 6 months, if necessary, patients can conduct chemical and acid peelings and dermabrasion. Cosmetic cleansing - earlier: in 1-2 weeks, and at low doses - at the end of Accutane course.