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Review Article
Year : 2020   |  Volume : 12  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 79-83

Role of diet in management of acne

Acne is another name acne vulgaris. Acne is a common problem skin. This problem developed when your pores get blocked by oil and dead skin debris. This results from pimples. According to the GBD study, 85% of young people affect this disease or age is 12–25 years. According to the study, young person are affected by this disease in which countries such as the UK, France, and the USA. Its main role in the diet means diets are intake the less glycemic index food shows that the effect of acne is less but glycemic index food intake high shows the acne effect. Sometimes, some factors depend on diet and show the acne effect such as chocolate, oily food, or dietary product. The main role is in medicine such as oral medicine as highly effective as compared to topical medications. The main medicine benzoyl peroxide protects against resistance by eliminated resistance bacteria and any other therapies, for example, combined therapy is used in the treatment of acne. Some natural products are used in the treatment of acne such as Aloe vera gel, tea tree oil, Vitamin A, Rosa Damascena, bananas peel, and other natural products. A. vera is the main component, used as antibacterial property. They are reducing redness or inflammation on the skin.
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