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Abstract

ACNE IN ADULTS: TREATMENTS AND SKIN CARE

Julia San Miguel Rodríguez, Julita Rodríguez Barbero, Angel San Miguel Hernández*, Angel San Miguel Rodríguez, María San Miguel Rodríguez

ABSTRACT

Introduction: The incidence of acne in women over 30 years of age has increased in recent decades, mostly presenting as persistent acne since adolescence. Objectives: To understand the causes of the appearance and persistence of acne in women over 30 years of age and the different approaches to care, treatment and prevention in acne-prone skin. Methodology: Literature review in the Medline (PubMed) and Scielo databases. Results: The aetiopathogenesis and treatment of acne in women over 30 years of age presents aggravating factors compared to other groups (hormonal, stress, obesity, diet, cosmetics, medication...). The response to treatment is usually slow, and mature skin is more sensitive to topical treatments. Conclusions: The management of acne in mature women is more complex than in adolescents. Hygiene and hydration of the skin are essential, together with an approach that reduces sebum secretion, comedogenesis and inflammation.

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