Finally, adolescence, and even adulthood, could be free from pimple complexes? Would it really be the end of the acne problem? We will see!

A new study published by the Journal of Investigative Dermatology reported that a prototype vaccine was developed, still to be tested on a significant number of people, using an antibody capable of acting against a toxin produced by the bacteria of acne vulgaris, capable of to induce the inflammatory response and consequently to prevent skin injuries.

selective focus photography of doll headLead researcher Chun-Ming Huang, PhD from the Department of Dermatology, University of California, San Diego commented on the results already obtained on mice and human tissues: “Once validated by a large-scale clinical trial, the potential impact of our findings is enormous for the hundreds of millions of individuals affected by acne vulgaris “.

Acne, although not a real disease can be a cause of social hardship, especially among adolescents, sometimes causing cases of disease, in a period of life where a balanced emotional and psychological development is important, when acceptance of itself is the basis of personal “confidence”.

Pending further research developments, there are already cosmetic remedies to reduce acne and its visibility, thanks to tricks of the camouflage effect that help to hide scars.