Finalist Award in Clinical Case in Skin Enhancement and Integrative Acne Treatment: 6th Anti-aging and Beauty Trophy 2018-2019, Monaco Work Base on Food Intolerance Test: A Case Study

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Vipawan Annoppornchai, MD
Chawapon Kidhirunkul, MD
Atiya Rungjang, MD

Abstract

Acne vulgaris is a skin condition that can occur in patients of any age. The outcome depends on genetic regulation in terms of hormone level control, sebum excretion, keratinization, and the level of immunological response. However, it is also possible that factors such as hygiene and diet can affect acne, while some recent studies have revealed links between certain specific food types and the onset or severity of acne. Therefore, this case study reports the effectiveness of the integrative approach in treating acne vulgaris in a young man who showed a rapid response to the combination of topical therapies and Intense Pulse Light (IPL) therapy with the removal of certain foods in line with the results of food intolerance testing. It was reported that the patient showed significant improvements following treatment for a three-month period, suggesting the strong potential of the integrative approach for acne treatment.

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Annoppornchai, MD V, Kidhirunkul, MD C, Rungjang, MD A. Finalist Award in Clinical Case in Skin Enhancement and Integrative Acne Treatment: 6th Anti-aging and Beauty Trophy 2018-2019, Monaco Work Base on Food Intolerance Test: A Case Study. BKK Med J [Internet]. 2021Feb.11 [cited 2021Aug.1];17(1):46-0. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bkkmedj/article/view/247077
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