Monday, October 27, 2008

How to Treat Acne for Black Skin

Acne treatment for black skin is the same as that of white skin, with some exceptions. Some treatments for acne scars can cause temporary relief dark-skinned. Very dark or black skin may be less well-soaked in lighter skin, so News as benzoyl peroxide, which has a drying effect on the skin should be used under the supervision of a dermatologist.
darker skin has a tendency to develop excessive skin darker in places where the skin becomes inflamed. Inflammatory severe acne (cysts and nodules) may lead to dark spots. The spots disappear over time, a cosmetic dermatologist can recommend measures to make the spots less apparent until they solve. Some acne treatments such as topical retinoids and azelaic acid, can also help fade the discoloration.
Amendments of melanin (dark pigment that gives skin its color) pigmentation as vitiligo, melasma and is not related to acne, but they may occur simultaneously with acne. The diagnosis and treatment of melanin pigmentation diseases such as vitiligo requires a dermatologist with the knowledge and experience in treating these conditions.
Many doctors believe that laser resurfacing is not the intention of dark-skinned, and that changes color to the skin too drastic and unpredictable. Others believe that in the hands of a very experienced surgeon, people with darker skin tones can benefit.

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