At the same time, it produces short-chain fatty acids and other compounds that increase the acidity of the pilosebaceous
unit making it inhospitable to pathogens such as Staphylococcus aureus.
Skin adnexal neoplasms-part 1: an approach to tumours of the pilosebaceous
Acne vulgaris is a common inflammatory skin disorder of the pilosebaceous
Hair follicles also contain sebaceous glands and the entire complex is termed the pilosebaceous
Acne is one of the commonest dermatological disorders with a prevalence of 22%1 It is a disease of the pilosebaceous
follicle with presence in 70-95% of dermatological patients.2 Endocrine mechanisms control the components of sebocyte function-namely lipid synthesis, proliferation and differentiation.3 Androgens upregulate sebaceous gland function by binding to the nuclear androgen receptors (ARs).
Acne is a chronic inflammatory condition of pilosebaceous
duct affecting more than 85% adolescents and young adults.
The Middle Eastern nose is known to be comprised of over projecting osseo-cartilaginous vault that is covered by thick skin, numerous pilosebaceous
units at the tip, dorsal hump, over projected radix, wide upper two-thirds, nasal deviation, long upper lateral cartilages, asymmetric alar cartilages, short medial crura, tip asymmetry, and acute nasolabial angle.
Acne vulgaris is a common chronic skin disease involving blockage and/or inflammation of pilosebaceous
units (hair follicles and their accompanying sebaceous gland).
Acne is a chronic inflammatory disease of the pilosebaceous
units characterised by the formation of comedones, erythematous papules and pustules, less frequently by nodules or pseudocysts.
Acne vulgaris is a common chronic inflammatory skin disorder of the pilosebaceous
unit with multifactorial pathogenesis, variable morphology and a great psychological impact especially in severe forms including nodulocystic acne (acne conglobata).
Acne is one of the most common multifactorial chronic inflammatory diseases of the pilosebaceous
follicles that can be treated by a combination of several medicines (Julianti et al., 2017).
 All body areas with high concentrations of pilosebaceous
glands may possibly be involved, but the most common affected areas include the face, back, and chest.