manifestations of acne, such as excessive secretion of sebum, and inflammatory elements in the skin, blackheads, enlarged pores, scars after healing of ulcers, impaired pigmentation, redness, etc. So in the arsenal of physicians treating acne, take the place of honor antibiotics to treat the inflammation caused by microorganisms. Antibiotics At first glance, the use of antibiotics for acne treatment is justified. Sure, a powerful antibiotic that can kill microbial filling the sebaceous gland, can completely clear the skin from inflammatory elements. To expedite the process, you can assign any local antibacterial and anti-inflammatory drugs. The remaining open comedones can be, and clean the ducts of glands in a beauty salon.

But in fact, this way you can win a temporary victory over acne, which is at have up to 85% of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms. And after a course of antibiotic treatment, this figure rises to almost 100%. And as conditions in the sebaceous glands in acne favor breeding of germs, bacteria occupying the sebaceous gland immediately, as soon as they are able to develop resistance to the antibiotic. Of course, antibiotics can be changed, but here we must remember that antibiotics have some negative effects on the skin and the organism as a whole. Of the side effects of antibiotics should be noted weakening of immunity, skin and intestinal bacteria overgrowth, toxic effects on skin cells. It is obvious that as reduce the resilience of their own skin microbes will be easier and easier to take revenge. This explains the fact that the exacerbation of acne that has occurred after the time of its disappearance after antibiotic therapy, eventually may develop a severe form of acne, complicated by intestinal dysbiosis, and impaired immunity in the body the appearance of strains of microorganisms resistant to a wide range of antibiotics. In 1998, Cooper (AJ Cooper) published analysis of the data presented in the scientific literature found by search words acne, acne vulgaris and antibiotic resistance and drug resistance, microbial)).

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