Acne (in medical terminology, acne vulgaris) is the most common chronic condition of the skin, especially for pubescent and young people. Acne is an inflammatory disease of the sebaceous glands and hair follicles in the so-called seborrhoeic areas. These are areas of skin with increased sebum production, most notably the face, shoulders, upper chest, and back. This unpleasant condition can be triggered by various causes and there are several factors in its occurrence. Every young person, between the ages of 13 and 20, regardless of gender may suffer from acne because of hormonal changes that take place during this age range. In most cases, acne disappears in adulthood. For some, however, acne does not subside with the end of puberty and can persist into adulthood. Occasionally, it may even be observed in young children.
How does Vermione Gel work on acne?
The Antiseptic Vermione GEL desiccant effect reduces sebum, which, together with impurities clogging the pores, causes the formation of acne. We recommend that Vermione GEL be applied locally or generally, depending on whether acne or pimples are present or not. The result is deeply moisturized pores, from which dirt and sebum can easily be dislodged. GEL can be applied locally and also on acne vulgaris occurring during puberty. It is effective for acne forming on the neck and back area. Due to the drying action of Vermione GEL, moisturization of the skin is required after the treatment. For this reason, we recommend that the gel be applied in a combination with Vermion ALFA cream or Vermione BETA cream according to skin type.
Recommended method: Apply GEL to the affected areas. Following the absorption of the GEL, cream can be applied (as mentioned above). In the evening, after the removal of make-up, cosmetic treatment can be carried out by squeezing the spots. Upon the occurrence of acne vulgaris, which has tendency to leave scars, the use of Vermione GEL 2-3 times a day is recommended.