Acne; Lubricating oil acne; Oil acne; Oil folliculitis; Tar Acne
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ManifestationThis section has been translated automatically.
Especially for road workers, car mechanics, locksmiths, roofers and other occupational groups with contact to oils, tar, especially coal tar.
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Especially face, upper arms and thighs.
Clinical featuresThis section has been translated automatically.
Densely standing, closed and open comedones with secondary inflammation. Black follicular hyperkeratosis and follicular inflammation.
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Avoid the triggering agent, see also under acne, occupational acne. Regular change of working clothes, careful cleaning of the skin with soaps or syndets as well as alcoholic astringent facial toner, if necessary with addition of e.g. erythromycin (e.g. Aknemycin EL). Keratolysis via mechanical grinding with e.g. aluminium oxide paste (e.g. Brasivil Fein/Medium). Experiments with azelaic acid (e.g. Skinoren Creme), if necessary acne toilet.
Incoming links (7)Contact acne; Folliculitis superficial; Lubricating oil acne; Oil acne; Oil folliculitis; Pitch acne; Professional acne;
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