Acne Vulgaris

Whenever, we talk about acne problem homeopathy is the best acne treatment for any kind of problem. However, it can be found homeopathy treatment has not gained much popularity due ignorance of people about its usefulness. The treatment proves to very successful in treating any kind of acne problem from its root. Further, homeopathy treatment is not based on common symptoms of acne problems but during course of the treatment different behaviors like food and sleeping habits of patients are examined by the doctors. It can found in homeopathy treatment the acne problems are not treated from the surface of the skin but it cures it from inside.

You can find good skin specialist in Hyderabad at Vira’s Homeopathy clinic. The skin specialists at our clinic do complete analysis of the skin problem of

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patients by examining their daily life schedule and along with medication also suggest them about things they need to change in their life healthy living. If you are having pimples on your face the skin specialist will suggest you to avoid junked foods and excessive use of oil. Further, the skin specialist will also go through your hormonal balance as it can be root cause of different acne problems.

Vira’s Homeopathy Clinic’s skin specialists in Hyderabad Kukatpally diagnose every aspect that is affecting your skin before prescribing you any medicine. Homeopathy treatment provided by us trusted and free from any kind of side effects. Most of our acne medicines are manufactured using natural products keeping in view long term effect on human body. If a patient having acne problem having any prior medical history our specialist also take care of that and prescribe medication accordingly. If you are wondering for total cure of any acne problem disturbing you for years then Vira’s Homeopathy Clinic will offer you best solutions for treating that.

Mild to Moderate acne Vulgaris consists of the following types of Acne spots –


Whiteheads – Whiteheads results when a pore is completely blocked, trapping sebum, bacteria and dead skin cells which causes a white appearance on the surface. Whiteheads have quicker life cycles than blackheads.

Blackheads –  Blackheads result when a pore is partially blocked, allowing some of the trapped sebum, bacteria and dead skin cells to slowly drain on the surface. It is not caused by dirt rather it is the skin’s own pigment, melanin which reacts with oxygen in the air. A blackhead tends to be a stable structure and can often take a longer time to clear.

Papule – Papule are inflamed, red, tender bumps with no head. Never squeeze a papule as it does no good and can exacerbate scarring.

Pustules – A pustule is inflamed and appears as a red circle with a white or yellow centre. Before one pops or squeezes such a lesion, one must be sure to read about how to pop a pimple.

Acne Vulgaris – Severe Severe acne Vulgaris is characterized by nodules and cysts:

Nodules: As opposed to the lesions mentioned above, nodular acne consists of acne spots which are much larger, can be quite painful, and can sometimes last for months. Nodules are large, hard bumps under the skin’s surface. Scarring is common. Unresolved nodules can sometimes leave an impaction behind, which can flare again and again. Absolutely do not attempt to squeeze such a lesion. You may cause severe trauma to the skin and the lesion may last for months longer than it normally would. Dermatologists often have ways of lessening swelling and preventing scarring, such as injecting the lesion with cortisone.

Cysts: An acne cyst can appear similar to a nodule, but is pus-filled, and is described as having a diameter of 5mm or more across. They can be painful. Again, scarring is common with cystic acne. Squeezing an acne cyst may cause a deeper infection and more painful inflammation which will last much longer than if you had left it alone.

Acne Rosacea Acne Rosacea can look similar to the aforementioned acne vulgaris, and the two types of acne are sometimes confused for one another. Rosacea affects millions of people, most of who are over the age of 30. It appears as a red rash which is normally confined to the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin. The redness is often accompanied by bumps, pimples, and skin blemishes. Blood vessels may also become more visible on the skin. Blackheads are not part of rosacea. It is more prevalent in women, but often more severe when found in men. Left untreated, it can cause swelling of the nose and the growth of excess tissue, a condition called rhinophyma. Treatment is often different for rosacea than for acne, and it is important that you consult a dermatologist if you suspect you are experiencing rosacea.

Severe forms of acne Severe forms of acne are rare, but give hard time to the people who experience it.

Acne Conglobata: This is the most severe form of acne vulgaris and is more common in males. It is characterized by numerous large lesions, which are sometimes interconnected, along with widespread blackheads. It can cause severe, irrevocable damage to the skin, and disfiguring scarring. It is found on the face, chest, back, buttocks, upper arms, and thighs. The age of onset for acne conglobata is usually between 18 to 30 years, and the condition can stay active for many years. As with all forms of acne, the cause of acne conglobata is unknown.

Acne Fulminans: This is an abrupt onset of acne conglobata which normally afflicts young men. Symptoms of severe nodulocystic, often ulcerating acne are apparent. As with acne conglobata, extreme, disfiguring scarring is common. Acne fulminans is unique in that it also includes a fever and aching of the joints.

Gram-Negative Folliculitis: This condition is a bacterial infection characterized by pustules and cysts, possibly occurring as a complication resulting from a long term antibiotic treatment of acne Vulgaris. It is a rare condition, and we do not know if it is more common in males or females at this time.

Pyoderma Facial: This type of severe facial acne affects only females, usually between the ages of 20 to 40 years old, and is characterized by large painful nodules, pustules, and sores, all of which may scar. It begins abruptly, and may occur on the skin of a woman who has never had acne before. It is confined to the face, and usually does not last longer than one year, but can wreak havoc in a very short time. Homeopathy believes in complete and gentle healing and for this purpose it concentrates on your complete medical history.

Vira’s Homeopathy provides several natural and effective remedies to people suffering from Acne. When undergoing homoeopathic treatment at Vira’s, one will notice drying up of pimples and reduction in the number of acne.