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This section of our med store is dedicated to skincare drugs. Here you can buy find high-quality branded and generic medications at the prices lower than at your local drugstores. If you are certain what drug you need, you can go ahead and order it right away. But if you want to know more about skin diseases and how they are treated, you can continue reading this guide.

   
 
     
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Skin is strong and at the same time fragile protection of the human body and its health is an indispensable condition for well-being. It is no coincidence that it is considered an independent organ, because, like the heart, liver or stomach, the skin has a complex structure and performs vital functions. And just like other organs, it is vulnerable to pathological processes.

The peculiarity of skin diseases is that their development becomes apparent from the earliest stages. Somewhat this helps as the therapy can be started immediately. But these diseases give people severe psychological discomfort, especially when it is not possible to quickly eliminate the visible signs of the disease. Nevertheless, the diagnosis and treatment of any dermatological diseases is a necessary condition for a return to a full life.

Types of skin diseases

There are many causes leading to skin diseases, they can be both external, which implies the traumatic effect of the environment, and internal, when the skin is affected by problems of the immune and endocrine systems, gastrointestinal tract, etc.

The skin consists of three layers. The upper is called the epidermis it changes color under the influence of ultraviolet rays and is constantly renewed. Below it there is the dermis, the main layer of the skin, here are the receptors of nerve cells, glands, and hair follicles. Wrinkles appear due to the dermis losing elastic fibers. Under the dermis is the third layer subcutaneous fat, which helps maintain heat, is a source of fluid and nutrients.

Each layer of the skin is susceptible to specific diseases. So, scabies and psoriasis can be attributed to the pathologies of the epidermis, furunculosis and hidradenitis are the pathologies of the dermis, and cellulitis and lipoma are the pathologies of the subcutaneous fat. However, some painful conditions, such as burns, can affect all skin layers at once.

Skin pathologies can be divided into infectious and non-infectious. But this division is not always true: for example, seborrheic dermatitis is caused by a fungus that lives on the surface of the epidermis in healthy people but does not manifest itself in any way without impaired immunity. In addition, infections often join already at the peak of the pathological process: in individuals with psoriasis, purulent sores often arise, resulting from bacterial skin lesions.

A predisposition to certain skin ailments can be inherited. Many people note that problems such as youthful acne in children and their parents appear in a similar way.

Of particular importance in dermatology are chronic skin diseases. Unlike acute infectious processes, they accompany a person for long periods of life and require consistent therapy. More often they develop under the influence of various internal factors starting from parasitic invasion to stress. Statistically, the most common group of skin diseases that become a reason for contacting a doctor are dermatoses and dermatitis. They are non-infectious diseases associated with itching, peeling and discoloration of the skin. Similar diseases are observed in children and in adults suffering from allergies and immunodeficiencies.

Another similarly widespread skin problem is acne. It is a long-term skin disorder that develops when hair follicles are clogged with dead skin cells and oil from the skin. The disease is manifested in blackheads or whiteheads, pimples, oily skin, and possible scarring. The most susceptible areas of the skin those with a big number of oil glands, including the face, chest, and back.

It is believed that in 80% of cases, the predisposition to acne is inherited. It is believed that the disease can be also induced by the androgenic hormones that cause enhanced production of skin oil. Another common factor is the excessive growth of the bacterium Cutibacterium acnes that is present in the healthy skin but in favorable conditions multiplies.

There are different types of acne but the most severe is nodular acne which is characterized by large red inflamed and painful acne located under the top layer of the skin. They are treated with various medications including antibiotics and retinoids (a form of vitamin A).

Types of acne

Type of acne Frequency of occurrence
Age
Dynamics of lesions occurrence
Neonatal acne 20-50%
Newborn
First weeks of life 5-7 day after birth
Infant acne Rare
Toddler
From the 3-6 months to 5 years
Teenage acne (acne vulgaris) 60-100%
Kids older than 8, teenagers
From the age of 8-10 to 20 years
Adult acne 5-20%
Mature age
Enhancement or first occurrence after 20 years of age

Severity grade of acne

Stages
Manifestations
Intensity
I stage (mild)
Comedones (clogged skin follicles)
Mild, individual papules
II stage (moderate)
Inflammatory papules and pustules
More inflammations on the face and trunk
III stage (severe)
Inflammatory papules, pustules, nodules
Painful individual nodules occur
IV stage (very severe)
Inflammatory papules, pustules, multiple nodules
Painful nodules are found on the face and the body in large amounts

Signs of skin diseases: how to distinguish one from the other

It is easy to see that something is wrong with the skin. Indeed, normally the body skin has a uniform color, moderate moisture, and a smooth surface. Violation of any of these conditions, as well as the appearance of unpleasant sensations such as itching or pain is cause for alarm. And even before the visit to the doctor people wish to find out how dangerous this condition is and whether it is worth observing some special safety measures so as not to aggravate the situation and not infect anyone around.

Diseases from the group of dermatitis and dermatoses, which also include psoriasis, are not contagious, but can significantly worsen a person’s physical and psychological state, therefore, at the first signs of an ailment you should go to a dermatologist (skin doctor).

Dermatitis

- Atopic dermatitis is a pathology of an allergic nature, which, as a rule, appears in children in the first year of life. The disease manifests itself in itching and various rashes on the face and neck, on the scalp and in the natural skin folds, armpits, in the elbow and knee pits, in the groin, etc. The disease can occur in both mild and severe form, which causes serious suffering to the baby. An integrated approach is important in the treatment of atopic dermatitis: cleansing the body, normalizing digestion, diet therapy, eliminating provoking factors from both the diet and the environment, external therapy to eliminate symptoms on the skin.

- Allergic dermatitis, unlike atopic, often occurs in adults as a reaction to food (food allergy) or contact (contact allergy) irritant. Food allergy usually manifests itself within 24 hours from the moment that a particular product causing an allergic reaction was eaten. The localization of an allergic rash can be individual, but usually the rash appears in the same places, with the same intensity and area of the rashes. In contact allergies, an inflammatory reaction and changes in the skin are observed only in the part of the body that was in direct contact with the allergen. For instance, in case of allergy to hair dye, redness, itching, and swelling occur on the head, and in intolerance of certain metals on the neck, where a person wears a necklace, or in the area of the abdomen that is in contact with the belt buckle. The key factor in the therapy of allergic dermatitis is the identification and elimination of the allergen, as well as local therapy to eliminate itching, inflammatory reaction, to protect against infection and restore damaged skin.

- Seborrheic dermatitis is a consequence of excessive secretion of sebum, which is accompanied by active reproduction of a fungus from the genus Malassezia in the top layer of the skin.

The disease develops in areas of the body that are rich in sebaceous glands this is the scalp, nasolabial triangle, behind the ear, sternum, and navel, the back between the shoulder blades, and armpits. In seborrheic dermatitis, small whitish scales form on the skin surface, which is easily exfoliated, exposing a slightly inflamed surface. Therapy of seborrheic dermatitis should be aimed primarily at eliminating the cause (scalp fungus), as well as at restoring the damaged skin structure in order to reduce excessive peeling.

Dermatosis

- Eczema is a chronic, relapsing skin disease accompanied by inflammation, rash, and a burning sensation. It occurs on symmetric sections of the body and flexion surfaces of the joints. The disease is caused by disorders in the immune system that can be inherited from generation to generation. A distinctive feature of eczema is the inconsistent nature of the rashes: first, inflammation appears on the skin, after which it becomes covered with small vesicles, which, when empty, form a moist wound surface. Over time, erosion on the skin dries and crusts, after which a period of remission begins. The disease can worsen from year to year, and the final cure, even with proper treatment, may never occur.

- Neurodermatitis is a consequence of two pathological processes at once: an allergic response and a “breakdown” in the work of the autonomic nervous system. A key symptom of the disease is the pronounced itching of the affected areas of the body, which interferes with the patient's normal life and sleep. There is a limited and diffuse form of neurodermatitis depending on the number and area of sites involved. The skin becomes dry, inflamed and rough, and even after successful treatment pigmented spots can be seen in the affected area.

Psoriasis

It is no coincidence that psoriasis is allocated into a separate group this is one of the most severe chronic skin illnesses defied by an unpredictable course and an unclear mechanism of occurrence. This disease occurs in people, regardless of their age, gender, social status, and lifestyle, although it is noted that more often it occurs against a background of severe stress. Psoriatic plaques occur on the elbow and knee bends, scalp, soles and palms, and the outer surfaces of the joints. Marks have a size from a few millimeters to several centimeters and often merge into single spots. Plaques in psoriasis have a scaly structure when the scales are separated, the skin under them glistens and can bleed. The disease can affect not only the skin but also the nails and joints, causing psoriatic arthritis.

Features of the therapy

There are many types of skin diseases but the treatment principles are similar for all. Usually, therapy consists of a combination of systemic and local therapy. The first involves taking tablet formulations and injections aimed at eliminating internal pathological mechanisms: suppressing inflammatory and allergic reactions, normalizing the work of the endocrine and nervous systems, and so on. Systemic therapy of each of the above diseases have its own characteristics and, usually, is appointed during periods of severe exacerbations. Local therapy is aimed directly at eliminating the symptoms of the disease, reducing the frequency of relapses and improving the quality of life. Its advantage lies in the absence of systemic side effects, as well as in directed action.

Hormonal vs non-hormonal external formulations

Drugs intended for external use in skin diseases can be divided into hormonal and non-hormonal. The main component of hormone-based ointments and creams are glucocorticosteroids, which have the ability to quickly eliminate inflammation and slow down the immune response. This suppresses the symptoms of most skin diseases, but the continued use of hormonal drugs even if applied topically is dangerous. Firstly, they inhibit the local immunity of the skin, which makes it vulnerable to secondary infection, which easily penetrates through damaged skin. Secondly, they lead to thinning and loss of protective properties.

And thirdly, long-term use of glucocorticosteroids is addictive to the skin, and their abolition can provoke a new flare-up of the disease.

At our online pharmacy you can buy the following skincare drugs:

- Accutane (Isotretinoin) by Cipla is used for severe acne unsusceptible to first-line medications, prevention of certain forms of skin cancer.

- Bactroban (Mupirocin) by GlaxoSmithKline is used for primary infections of the skin, impetigo, folliculitis, furunculosis, ecthyma, secondary infections of the skin, infected eczema, infected injuries, minor wounds and burns, prevention of wound infection after small cuts, wounds, and minor abrasions.

- Benoquin (Monobenzone) by MAC pharmaceuticals is used for an evening of the skin tone in vitiligo.

- Elimite (Permethrin) is used for elimination of lice, ticks, and fleas.

- Retin-A (Tretinoin) by Johnson and Johnson is used for acne vulgaris, flat warts, sun-damaged skin.

 
 
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