Methods of dealing with acne skin

Having acne skin is not exactly a laughing matter, or a walk in the park and many people who suffer from acne skin are so traumatised by the condition that they then go onto develop full blown mental health disorders such as depression, social anxiety and phobias. This can have a devastating effect on their confidence, self-esteem and their ability to interact with other people, and in turn, this can impede their career prospects as they shy away from dealing with the general public.

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For people who suffer from especially acute acne skin, the only realistic options that maybe open to them is to make use of some medical procedure prescribed by a dermatologist. One method of the so called “acne skin surgery” is listed as follows, along with some of the common issues, risks and problems that can arise when it is used. Specifically, we will be discussing surgical drainage and the excision of acne skin in more depth.

What exactly is surgical drainage and excision?



Whenever acne manifests itself on the face, there maybe instances where there are large “cysts” (sacs of excess fluid such as pus and oil) that are present. Typically, a dermatologist will always try and reduce the presence and severity of these acne cysts by means of oral medication and antibodies, however, if the patient does not enjoy any improvement in their symptoms than the excision and drainage approach maybe employed.

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Specifically, the dermatologist will effectively cut into the affected areas with sterilized equipment, and then remove the excess fluid and pus as they have accumulated in order to reduce the swelling and the presence of the cysts.

Is it safe for a patient to attempt the excision and drainage of acne cysts themselves?

Absolutely not! Many patients, whether out of desperation or financial constraints, will attempt to drain the fluid from the cysts themselves by scratching, piercing or puncturing the acne around their face. This is extremely risky as it will increase the chances of an infection occurring.


Caution: Please use Home Remedies after Proper Research and Guidance. You accept that you are following any advice at your own risk and will properly research or consult healthcare professional.
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