ACNE VENENATA PDF

Acne venenata is a contact acne in most cases from epicutaneous triggers. Cosmetics are between the sources of substances which can cause some types of acne venenata, mostly comedonic or papular. We report two cases of inflamed acne venenata from essential oils performed in aestetic centres. Acne venenata da oli essenziali : Descrizione di due casi. N2 - Acne venenata is a contact acne in most cases from epicutaneous triggers.

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Acne Venenata

Multiple acne comedones and papules arranged in a linear pattern on the cutaneous margins of the vermilion surface of the upper lip developed in a 12 - year old girl. This is attributed to the topical application of butter to relieve the chapping of the lips. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!

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Low-grade, persistent acneiform eruptions of small comedones with occasional papulopustules occur in one third of adult women. This study imputes cosmetics as the cause of this disorder which has been named acne cosmetica. Half of 25 facial cosmetic creams were found to be mildly comedogenic when tested in rabbits' external ear canals. Substances which are common constituents of cosmetics were also comedogenic, namely, lanolin, petrolatum, certain vegetable oils, and pure chemicals such as butyl stearate, lauryl alcohol, and oleic acid. These materials were only weakly comedogenic in relation to potent acnegens such as tars and chlorinated oils. Daily use for years can evoke lowgrade comedonal reactions in susceptible women. More active cosmetics induced subclinical comedones when applied occlusively to backs of men.

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Acne venenata da oli essenziali: Descrizione di due casi

Venerium is Latin for poison. In this context it means poisonous for the sebaceous follicles. Acne venenata is contact acne, in most instances epicutaneous contact. Rarer routes of contact are by inhalation or ingestion; the latter are seen in some cases of chloracne. This will be dealt with in a different chapter. Unable to display preview.

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