PubMed: Novel and emerging treatment options for acne vulgaris
Eur J Dermatol. 2022 Jul 1;32(4):451-458. doi: 10.1684/ejd.2022.4306.
The principal actors in acne are the sebaceous gland, keratinocytes of the follicle and skin microbiome/innate immunity. Current acne treatments are frequently accompanied by side effects or may cause antibacterial resistance. New formulations and emerging treatments with novel mechanisms of action and improved formulations have recently been made available or are currently under development. This review provides an update on the most recent advances in topical or systemic acne therapy related to recent data on the pathophysiology of acne. A review of the most recent literature about new and emerging acne treatments since 2016 listed in the PubMed and Clinicaltrials.gov database was performed by a group of dermatologists interested in acne (GEA). Several novel treatments have been made available or are currently under development, including Clascosterone, Trifarotene and Sarecy-cline, as well as more effective and better tolerated formulations of existing compounds, such as Minocycline, Tretinoin, Tazarotene and Lidose-isotretinoin, and emerging acne therapies (including hyaluronic acid, cannabidiol, modulators of the skin microbiota, insulin-like growth factor, vaccines, bacteriophages, probiotics and antimicrobial peptides), targeting the sebaceous gland and its activity, inflammation or keratinocytes of the follicle and skin microbiome including Cutibacterium acnes. Recently, in addition to other fixed combinations, a fixed combination of adapalene and benzoyl peroxide that targets acne scars has been made available for the first time. The newly available products and other potentially emerging treatment options will increase the armamentarium of acne therapies and potentially reduce its prevalence worldwide.
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