I went to a Dermatologist last week. My acne is nowhere near what it used to be, but now I have Hydradentis Suppertiva, and I get sebeceous cysts (and some small pimples as well) I was prescribed a topical benzoyl peroxide and a 1 GM daily dose antibiotic.
But, I'm wondering, why can't the sebum just be taken out of the hair follicle? There are some products which try to do this. Though, I wouldn't try one like this which is just way too big to be gentle enough to do it. I don't believe it doesn't leave a scar as well.
See, if you take a look at the hair follicle
http://www.horizon-b... the basics.asp
It's all about the sebum in it, wouldn't something small enough be able to (after getting say a waxing- to make more space by removing the hair) get down into the follicle and vacuum the sebum out? I wonder if it the future, we won't need anti-acne medicine, you'll just go somewhere where you put your face in mask with hundreds/thousands of microtubules which can down into the follicle and vacuum the sebum out.
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