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- A cream containing the sap of oat plantlets and mandarin extract soothes the symptoms of rosacea and improves the quality of life of patients.
- Clinical and metagenomic profiling of hormonal acne-prone skin in different populations.
- Clinician-created educational video for shared decision-making in the outpatient management of acne.
- Combination treatment with 30% salicylic acid and fractional CO 2 laser for acne scars: A 20-week prospective, randomized, split-face study.
- Calcipotriol: A novel tool in treatment of acne vulgaris.
- The potential role of insulin-like growth factor 1 in acne vulgaris and its correlation with the clinical response before and after treatment with metformin.
- Efficacy of oxybrasion in the treatment of acne vulgaris: A preliminary report.
- Electrostatically optimized adapalene-loaded emulsion for the treatment of acne vulgaris.
- Fatty acid profiling in facial sebum and erythrocytes from adult patients with moderate acne.
- A comparison of microneedling versus glycolic acid chemical peel for the treatment of acne scarring.
- Hydroxocobalamin: An effective treatment for flushing and persistent erythema in rosacea.
- Sarecycline demonstrates clinical effectiveness against staphylococcal infections and inflammatory dermatoses: Evidence for improving antibiotic stewardship in dermatology.
- Analysis on the difference of skin surface lipids during blue light therapy for acne by lipidomics.
- Development and evaluation of herbal formulation AKIGTU01 and AKIGCL03 against acne producing microbes.
- A systematic review and network meta-analysis of topical pharmacological, oral pharmacological, physical and combined treatments for acne vulgaris.
- Infliximab in hidradenitis suppurativa: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
- Acne scarring-pathophysiology, diagnosis, prevention and education - Part 1.
- Itch in hidradenitis suppurativa/acne inversa: A systematic review.
- Truncal acne: An overview.
- Biologics and small molecule inhibitors for treating hidradenitis suppurativa: A systematic review and meta-analysis.