17 different types of acne

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17 different types of acne

  1. 1. 17 DifferentTypes ofAcnewww.DarkSkinDermatology.com
  2. 2. Iatrogenic AcneThis is triggered by the use of prescription medications suchas phenytoin, lithium and isoniazid. It is also know as acnemedicamentosa.www.darkskindermatology.com
  3. 3. Cyclic AcneThis is triggered by the release of hormones after ovulationand it usually results in premenstrual flare-ups of acne orthe development of pimples just before the monthlyperiods.www.darkskindermatology.com
  4. 4. Cosmetic AcneThis is triggered by the use of oil rich skincare products thatclog the skin pores. It is also known as acne cosmetica orpomade acne.www.darkskindermatology.com
  5. 5. Acne DetergensThis is triggered by excessive washing of the face as it canstimulate the sebaceous glands to produce more sebum oroil which can clog the pores.www.darkskindermatology.com
  6. 6. Steroid AcneThis is triggered by the use of prescription steroids whetherthey are applied on the skin or given intravenously orinhaled.www.darkskindermatology.com
  7. 7. Teenage AcneThis is triggered by the increase in production of androgensor male sex hormones during puberty.www.darkskindermatology.com
  8. 8. Mechanical AcneThis is triggered by physical trauma and mechanicalbreakage of sebaceous glands by external forces such asbicycle helmets, stiff shirt collars or headbands. It is alsoknown as acne mechanica.www.darkskindermatology.com
  9. 9. Body Building AcneThis is triggered by the use or rather abuse of anabolicandrogenic steroids. These are usually used for bodybuilding purposes.www.darkskindermatology.com
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  11. 11. Neonatal AcneThis is triggered by the stimulation of the newborn baby’ssebaceous glands by the mother’s hormones. It is alsoknown as acne neonatorum.www.darkskindermatology.com
  12. 12. Occupational AcneThis is triggered by machine oils, coal tar derivatives andhalogenated hydrocarbons especially by those who areexposed to them in their line of duty.www.darkskindermatology.com
  13. 13. Chloracne AcneThis is triggered by exposure to halogenated hydrocarbonssuch as chlorinated dioxins and dibenzofuranes througheither direct contact, inhalation or ingestion ofcontaminated foods.www.darkskindermatology.com
  14. 14. Acne FulminansThis is thought to be triggered by the bacteriaPropionibacterium acnes which results in an immunologicalreaction. It is also known as acne maligna or acute febrileulcerative acne.www.darkskindermatology.com
  15. 15. Acne ConglobataThe trigger is unknown but it has been associated withchromosomal abnormalities such as the XXY karyotype.www.darkskindermatology.com
  16. 16. Acne RosaceaThis condition is not a “type of acne vulgaris” but it hasbeen included in this list because its name includes theword “acne”.It is triggered by the Demodex folliculorum mites, weatherextremes, alcohol, hot and spicy foods.www.darkskindermatology.com
  17. 17. Acne Keloidalis NuchaeAcne Keloidalis NuchaeThis condition is not a “type of acne vulgaris” but it hasbeen included in this list because its name includes theword “acne” though that is a misnomer. The specifictriggers of this chronic folliculitis that develops keloid-likescars on the occipital scalp or the back of the head andneck is not known but inward growth of curved nape hairsare believed to contribute to its development..www.darkskindermatology.com
  18. 18. Acne AestivalisThis condition is not a “type of acne vulgaris” but it hasbeen included in this list because its name includes theword “acne”.It is triggered by exposure to sunlight as it is a type ofpolymorphous light eruption. It is also known as Mallorcaacne.www.darkskindermatology.com
  19. 19. Acne InversaThis condition is not a “type of acne vulgaris” but it hasbeen included in this list because its name includes theword “acne”It is correctly known as hidradenitis suppurativa.www.darkskindermatology.com
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