Mesoestetic Mesoestetic

Acne vulgaris is caused by an androgen excess that promotes an increase in keratinization and follicular peeling, as well as sebum secretion. This in turn triggers obstruction of the skin pore and subsequent inflammation through the opportunistic action of bacterial flora present on the skin, giving rise to the typical acne lesions in the form of comedones, papulae, pustules and residual hyperpigmentation.

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