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Medicinal Plants and their Constituents in the Treatment of Acne vulgaris
Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry
Acne is a chronic inflammatory skin disorder that involves the pilosebaceous unit. It is a common universal disease affecting about 85% of teenagers. The disfiguring dermatosis of acne can destroy self-confidence, causing significant emotional distress. Topical and systemic therapies are available as a conventional acne treatment, including comedolytic agents, antibiotics, and various anti-inflammatory drugs. Interest in medicinal herbs has been progressively increasing due to antibioticdoi:10.33263/briac132.189 fatcat:xxg5jnvqufgljlqitdpgzrafli