By Kunal Gupta | 11th April, 2017 09:15:53The collagen found in skin and hair is one of the most effective forms of anti-aging treatments.
It is thought to be able to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, which are the main sign of ageing.
Collagen, however, is also a potent irritant.
It has been found to cause irritation in sensitive skin.
Collagen is also believed to cause inflammation, a type of inflammation that causes inflammation of the blood vessels in the skin.
These can lead to a condition known as hyperpigmentation.
It can also cause scarring and damage to the skin tissue.
A new study has found that collagen can reduce the severity of inflammatory acne, even in patients with inflammatory conditions.
The research, published in the journal PLOS ONE, looked at the effect of a topical collagen cream on inflammatory acne in acne prone patients.
It found that patients who took the gel were able to have significantly fewer flares and fewer inflammatory lesions than patients who did not take the gel.
The researchers believe that the gel has some anti-inflammatory properties.
It also reduces the production of cytokines and growth factors, which can lead the immune system to attack the skin cells.
Researchers say that the new study demonstrates the efficacy of topical collagen in preventing inflammatory acne and that the treatment could be used in conjunction with a traditional anti-ageing treatment.
This research is being done by Dr Anil Ramesh from the Institute of Molecular Biochemistry at The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.
He said:”The results demonstrate that topical collagen gel is able to significantly reduce the signs of inflammatory hyperpiform dermatitis in patients.
It reduces the severity and duration of the flares, and is also effective in reducing the appearance and damage caused by inflammation and scarring.”
We have already seen that topical treatment has a great potential to reduce skin damage, as well as inflammation, so this is an important step in the research towards a more effective treatment for inflammatory acne.
“Dr Ramesy, who is also the lead author of the study, said: “We are excited to be using this study to test the efficacy and safety of topical formulations in the treatment of inflammatory and inflammatory acne.
“This research will be of great interest to dermatologists, cosmetic dermatologists and dermatologists from other areas of the world, who can now benefit from the benefits of topical anti-inflammation gel.”
Dr Gita Das, a dermatologist from The National Centre for Research in Cosmetic Dermatology, said she was impressed by the research.
She said: “”The results are really exciting.
I think the researchers have found an interesting and novel way of reducing inflammation and inflammatory lesions, and I am sure that this will have an impact on the treatment for other inflammatory skin conditions as well.