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sebaceous

1. of or resembling sebum, fat, or tallow; fatty
2. secreting fat or a greasy lubricating substance
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Another way to treat acne using laser technology is to damage the sebaceous glands by a thermal or heat effect.
Our clinical work shows that the ClearTouch LHE platform offers the technological advantage of utilizing the higher range of the green to yellow light spectrum as well as heat and red light energy to optimize acne and sebaceous gland destruction," noted Monica Elman, M.
Sebaceous glands were also reduced in size after therapy, and remained smaller for the duration of the 20 weeks of follow-up.
This sophisticated MALDI imaging technology can provide new insights into drug delivery, and we believe this is the first time it has been used to demonstrate the accumulation of a topically administered compound in the sebaceous gland.
Made of gold and silica, Sebacia microparticles are specially designed to be activated by the light from commonly used hair removal lasers and are placed in a suspension designed to penetrate the sebaceous follicles.
Sebaceous glands are attached to hair follicles and lubricate the hair and the skin to stop it drying out.
Demodexfolliculorum and Demodex brevis are the two species of mites that are almost exclusively found on human skin, specifically near the facial sebaceous follicles.
Because of stress the sebaceous glands also produce more oil and this can result in adult acne.
The modified mucous membrane of the labia minor contains apocrine glands and ectopic sebaceous glands.
1 SIP SPEARMINT TEA: ACNE is generally caused by hormones called androgens, which can over-stimulate the sebaceous glands leading to oily skin, blocked pores and spots.
A close friend of the actor told, "Imran has been operated for a sebaceous gland problem.