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21. Shaving Satisfaction in Males With Skin Irritation From Shaving

regimen that includes a pre-shave gel, cleansing brush and shaving gel. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Pseudofolliculitis Barbae Other: 556 Razor Not Applicable Detailed Description: A secondary objective is to show improvement in the satisfaction of the shaving experience, symptoms such as bumps and irritation, and quality of life (QOL), when adding the 556 Razor, or the 556 Razor with a regimen of pre-shave gel, cleansing brush, and shave gel to the shaving regimen of males

2018 Clinical Trials

22. Considerations When Treating Cosmetic Concerns in Men of Color. (PubMed)

). Additional common skin conditions of concern in men of color include pseudofolliculitis barbae, acne keloidalis nuchae, and keloids.A skin color conscious approach should be administered in caring for the cosmetic concerns of men of color that is cognizant of differences in biology of the skin and hair, associated PIH of disorders, and cultural/social practices among this population.

2017 Dermatologic Surgery

23. Acne keloidalis nuchae: risk factors and associated disorders - a retrospective study. (PubMed)

was a retrospective, descriptive, and analytical study conducted at the Dermatology Outpatient department of the University Hospital of the West Indies. Data were obtained from the medical records of patients diagnosed over a 15-year period (2000-2014).There were 1031 new patients during the study period. Of these, 43 (4.2%) had AKN. The male to female ratio for AKN was approximately 7:1. Pseudofolliculitis barbae was associated with keloidal plaques on the scalp (OR = 6.22, P = 0.036). Also, when the duration (...) = 0.036) were significantly associated with the extension of the lesions beyond the nape and occipital scalp.Pseudofolliculitis barbae, chronic scalp folliculitis, and aspects of the metabolic syndrome may be associated with acne keloidalis nuchae.© 2017 The International Society of Dermatology.

2017 International Journal of Dermatology

24. Hirsutism

related, mild in intensity, and resolve without discontinuation of topical eflornithine or initiation of medical treatment. The most frequently reported adverse effect is mild acne. Other common adverse effects include pseudofolliculitis barbae; alopecia; stinging, burning, tingling, or dry skin; pruritus; erythema; skin irritation; rash; and folliculitis. If skin irritation or intolerance develops, the frequency of application should be reduced temporarily to once a day. If irritation continues

2014 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

25. Follicular and scarring disorders in skin of color: presentation and management. (PubMed)

cicatricial alopecia (CCCA), dissecting cellulitis of the scalp (DCS), pseudofolliculitis barbae (PFB), traction alopecia (TA), and keloids are the most prevalent follicular and scarring disorders in skin of color. They have been associated with disfigurement, permanent hair loss, emotional distress, and decreased quality of life. Hair grooming practices, such as the use of chemical relaxers, heat straightening, and tight braiding and weaving can cause scalp irritation and follicular damage and are linked

2014 American journal of clinical dermatology

26. Nonlaser Hair Removal Techniques (Overview)

, abdomen) caused by excess androgens in women [ , , , ] Hypertrichosis: Congenital or drug-induced increase in hair growth in areas that are not androgen dependent; occurs in both men and women Pseudofolliculitis (second image below): Hair growth from grafted donor sites, preoperative hair removal, and sex-change operations performed in men The third image below depicts the anatomy of a hair follicle. Woman with hirsutism. Man with pseudofolliculitis barbae on his neck. Anatomy of a hair follicle. Many (...) ):307-20. . Harris K, Ferguson J, Hills S. A comparative study of hair removal at an NHS hospital: luminette intense pulsed light versus electrolysis. J Dermatolog Treat . 2012 Sep 19. . Blume-Peytavi U. How to diagnose and treat medically women with excessive hair. Dermatol Clin . 2013 Jan. 31 (1):57-65. . Media Gallery Man with pseudofolliculitis barbae on his neck. Anatomy of a hair follicle. Woman with hirsutism. Preparation of hot wax for hair removal. of 4 Tables Contributor Information

2014 eMedicine.com

27. Acne Keloidalis Nuchae (Follow-up)

keloidalis is a form of primary scarring alopecia. Arch Dermatol . 2000 Apr. 136(4):479-84. . Herzberg AJ, Dinehart SM, Kerns BJ, Pollack SV. Acne keloidalis. Transverse microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and electron microscopy. Am J Dermatopathol . 1990 Apr. 12(2):109-21. . Alexis A, Heath CR, Halder RM. Folliculitis keloidalis nuchae and pseudofolliculitis barbae: are prevention and effective treatment within reach?. Dermatol Clin . 2014 Apr. 32 (2):183-91. . George AO, Akanji AO, Nduka EU, Olasode JB (...) , Patterson S. Dermatologic conditions in skin of color: part II. Disorders occurring predominately in skin of color. Am Fam Physician . 2013 Jun 15. 87(12):859-65. . Kelly AP. Pseudofolliculitis barbae and acne keloidalis nuchae. Dermatol Clin . 2003 Oct. 21(4):645-53. . Luz Ramos M, Munoz-Perez MA, Pons A, Ortega M, Camacho F. Acne keloidalis nuchae and tufted hair folliculitis. Dermatology . 1997. 194(1):71-3. . Adegbidi H, Atadokpede F, do Ango-Padonou F, Yedomon H. Keloid acne of the neck

2014 eMedicine.com

28. Acne Keloidalis Nuchae (Treatment)

keloidalis is a form of primary scarring alopecia. Arch Dermatol . 2000 Apr. 136(4):479-84. . Herzberg AJ, Dinehart SM, Kerns BJ, Pollack SV. Acne keloidalis. Transverse microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and electron microscopy. Am J Dermatopathol . 1990 Apr. 12(2):109-21. . Alexis A, Heath CR, Halder RM. Folliculitis keloidalis nuchae and pseudofolliculitis barbae: are prevention and effective treatment within reach?. Dermatol Clin . 2014 Apr. 32 (2):183-91. . George AO, Akanji AO, Nduka EU, Olasode JB (...) , Patterson S. Dermatologic conditions in skin of color: part II. Disorders occurring predominately in skin of color. Am Fam Physician . 2013 Jun 15. 87(12):859-65. . Kelly AP. Pseudofolliculitis barbae and acne keloidalis nuchae. Dermatol Clin . 2003 Oct. 21(4):645-53. . Luz Ramos M, Munoz-Perez MA, Pons A, Ortega M, Camacho F. Acne keloidalis nuchae and tufted hair folliculitis. Dermatology . 1997. 194(1):71-3. . Adegbidi H, Atadokpede F, do Ango-Padonou F, Yedomon H. Keloid acne of the neck

2014 eMedicine.com

29. Nonlaser Hair Removal Techniques (Treatment)

, abdomen) caused by excess androgens in women [ , , , ] Hypertrichosis: Congenital or drug-induced increase in hair growth in areas that are not androgen dependent; occurs in both men and women Pseudofolliculitis (second image below): Hair growth from grafted donor sites, preoperative hair removal, and sex-change operations performed in men The third image below depicts the anatomy of a hair follicle. Woman with hirsutism. Man with pseudofolliculitis barbae on his neck. Anatomy of a hair follicle. Many (...) ):307-20. . Harris K, Ferguson J, Hills S. A comparative study of hair removal at an NHS hospital: luminette intense pulsed light versus electrolysis. J Dermatolog Treat . 2012 Sep 19. . Blume-Peytavi U. How to diagnose and treat medically women with excessive hair. Dermatol Clin . 2013 Jan. 31 (1):57-65. . Media Gallery Man with pseudofolliculitis barbae on his neck. Anatomy of a hair follicle. Woman with hirsutism. Preparation of hot wax for hair removal. of 4 Tables Contributor Information

2014 eMedicine.com

30. Tinea Faciei (Overview)

tinea faciei cases have been diagnosed in a Lisbon hospital, 37 male and 35 female, aged between 8 months and 86 years. [ ] Almost 60% were younger than 12 years. Sex Some authors suggest that females may be affected more frequently than males, but the difference is probably semantic. In females, dermatophyte infection of the face is more likely to be diagnosed as tinea faciei, whereas many infections that occur in similar locations in men are diagnosed as tinea barbae. Data indicate a female (...) faciei treated at a rural clinic in Japan. Drug Discov Ther . 2014 Dec. 8 (6):245-8. . Jasterzbski TJ, Schwartz RA. Pseudofolliculitis cutis: a vexing disorder of hair growth. Br J Dermatol . 2015 Apr. 172 (4):878-84. . Laureano AC, Schwartz RA, Cohen PJ. Facial bacterial infections: folliculitis. Clin Dermatol . 2014 Nov-Dec. 32 (6):711-4. . Kimura U, Yokoyama K, Hiruma M, Kano R, Takamori K, Suga Y. Tinea faciei caused by Trichophyton mentagrophytes (molecular type Arthroderma benhamiae ) mimics

2014 eMedicine.com

31. Acne Keloidalis Nuchae (Overview)

, autoimmunity, and some types of medication (eg, cyclosporine, diphenylhydantoin, carbamazepine) have also been implicated in the pathogenesis in some patients. [ , ] Sperling et al classify acne keloidalis nuchae as a primary form of inflammatory scarring alopecia and suggest that overgrowth of microorganisms does not play an essential role in the pathogenesis of AKN. They also found no association between pseudofolliculitis barbae and acne keloidalis nuchae. [ ] After extensive histological (...) of primary cicatricial alopecia: part II. Skinmed . 2008 Mar-Apr. 7(2):78-83. . Sperling LC, Homoky C, Pratt L, Sau P. Acne keloidalis is a form of primary scarring alopecia. Arch Dermatol . 2000 Apr. 136(4):479-84. . Herzberg AJ, Dinehart SM, Kerns BJ, Pollack SV. Acne keloidalis. Transverse microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and electron microscopy. Am J Dermatopathol . 1990 Apr. 12(2):109-21. . Alexis A, Heath CR, Halder RM. Folliculitis keloidalis nuchae and pseudofolliculitis barbae: are prevention

2014 eMedicine.com

32. Laser-Assisted Hair Removal (Overview)

of pseudofolliculitis barbae, a skin condition commonly seen in persons with darker skin types (see the image below). This modality has also reduced recurrence of pilonidal cysts when used as adjuvant therapy after surgical excision is completed. [ ] Pseudofolliculitis barbae on the neck of a black man. Combination lasers Further studies are required to study the combination effects and dual actions of concurrent multiple laser wavelength treatments. A study by Khoury et al evaluating the long-pulse alexandrite (...) of inappropriate parameters on a patient with Fitzpatrick phototype IV. Pseudofolliculitis barbae on the neck of a black man. of 3 Tables Contributor Information and Disclosures Author Yoon-Soo (Cindy) Bae, MD Clinical Assistant Professor, Ronald O Perelman Department of Dermatology, New York University School of Medicine; Procedural Dermatologist, Laser and Skin Surgery Center of New York Yoon-Soo (Cindy) Bae, MD is a member of the following medical societies: , , , , , , , Disclosure: Nothing to disclose

2014 eMedicine.com

33. Nonlaser Hair Removal Techniques (Follow-up)

, abdomen) caused by excess androgens in women [ , , , ] Hypertrichosis: Congenital or drug-induced increase in hair growth in areas that are not androgen dependent; occurs in both men and women Pseudofolliculitis (second image below): Hair growth from grafted donor sites, preoperative hair removal, and sex-change operations performed in men The third image below depicts the anatomy of a hair follicle. Woman with hirsutism. Man with pseudofolliculitis barbae on his neck. Anatomy of a hair follicle. Many (...) ):307-20. . Harris K, Ferguson J, Hills S. A comparative study of hair removal at an NHS hospital: luminette intense pulsed light versus electrolysis. J Dermatolog Treat . 2012 Sep 19. . Blume-Peytavi U. How to diagnose and treat medically women with excessive hair. Dermatol Clin . 2013 Jan. 31 (1):57-65. . Media Gallery Man with pseudofolliculitis barbae on his neck. Anatomy of a hair follicle. Woman with hirsutism. Preparation of hot wax for hair removal. of 4 Tables Contributor Information

2014 eMedicine.com

34. Acne Keloidalis Nuchae (Diagnosis)

, autoimmunity, and some types of medication (eg, cyclosporine, diphenylhydantoin, carbamazepine) have also been implicated in the pathogenesis in some patients. [ , ] Sperling et al classify acne keloidalis nuchae as a primary form of inflammatory scarring alopecia and suggest that overgrowth of microorganisms does not play an essential role in the pathogenesis of AKN. They also found no association between pseudofolliculitis barbae and acne keloidalis nuchae. [ ] After extensive histological (...) of primary cicatricial alopecia: part II. Skinmed . 2008 Mar-Apr. 7(2):78-83. . Sperling LC, Homoky C, Pratt L, Sau P. Acne keloidalis is a form of primary scarring alopecia. Arch Dermatol . 2000 Apr. 136(4):479-84. . Herzberg AJ, Dinehart SM, Kerns BJ, Pollack SV. Acne keloidalis. Transverse microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and electron microscopy. Am J Dermatopathol . 1990 Apr. 12(2):109-21. . Alexis A, Heath CR, Halder RM. Folliculitis keloidalis nuchae and pseudofolliculitis barbae: are prevention

2014 eMedicine.com

35. Nonlaser Hair Removal Techniques (Diagnosis)

, abdomen) caused by excess androgens in women [ , , , ] Hypertrichosis: Congenital or drug-induced increase in hair growth in areas that are not androgen dependent; occurs in both men and women Pseudofolliculitis (second image below): Hair growth from grafted donor sites, preoperative hair removal, and sex-change operations performed in men The third image below depicts the anatomy of a hair follicle. Woman with hirsutism. Man with pseudofolliculitis barbae on his neck. Anatomy of a hair follicle. Many (...) ):307-20. . Harris K, Ferguson J, Hills S. A comparative study of hair removal at an NHS hospital: luminette intense pulsed light versus electrolysis. J Dermatolog Treat . 2012 Sep 19. . Blume-Peytavi U. How to diagnose and treat medically women with excessive hair. Dermatol Clin . 2013 Jan. 31 (1):57-65. . Media Gallery Man with pseudofolliculitis barbae on his neck. Anatomy of a hair follicle. Woman with hirsutism. Preparation of hot wax for hair removal. of 4 Tables Contributor Information

2014 eMedicine.com

36. Tinea Faciei (Diagnosis)

tinea faciei cases have been diagnosed in a Lisbon hospital, 37 male and 35 female, aged between 8 months and 86 years. [ ] Almost 60% were younger than 12 years. Sex Some authors suggest that females may be affected more frequently than males, but the difference is probably semantic. In females, dermatophyte infection of the face is more likely to be diagnosed as tinea faciei, whereas many infections that occur in similar locations in men are diagnosed as tinea barbae. Data indicate a female (...) faciei treated at a rural clinic in Japan. Drug Discov Ther . 2014 Dec. 8 (6):245-8. . Jasterzbski TJ, Schwartz RA. Pseudofolliculitis cutis: a vexing disorder of hair growth. Br J Dermatol . 2015 Apr. 172 (4):878-84. . Laureano AC, Schwartz RA, Cohen PJ. Facial bacterial infections: folliculitis. Clin Dermatol . 2014 Nov-Dec. 32 (6):711-4. . Kimura U, Yokoyama K, Hiruma M, Kano R, Takamori K, Suga Y. Tinea faciei caused by Trichophyton mentagrophytes (molecular type Arthroderma benhamiae ) mimics

2014 eMedicine.com

37. Laser Hair Removal

scarring. Hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation following use of inappropriate parameters on a patient with Fitzpatrick phototype IV. Previous Next: Etiology Excessive hair growth in men or women may be classified into either hirsutism or hypertrichosis, depending upon the distribution on the body. Other disorders, such as pseudofolliculitis barbae or acne keloidalis nuchae, may be caused by the hair itself, causing ingrown hairs and localized inflammatory reactions that may result in pigmentary (...) of body hair can vary widely among different ethnic groups, and treatment should be tailored to the needs or desires of the individual patient. Hypertrichosis may be an unwanted adverse effect of medications such as cyclosporine, minoxidil, and oral and topical corticosteroids that are used to treat other disorders. Pseudofolliculitis barbae When hair grows in a curly and tightly coiled pattern, patients may be afflicted with numerous ingrown hairs that may cause skin irritation, papules, and pustules

2014 eMedicine Surgery

38. Comparative evaluation of men's depilatory composition versus razor in black men. (PubMed)

Comparative evaluation of men's depilatory composition versus razor in black men. Shaving with razors often is problematic for men with sensitive skin, especially black individuals who are generally prone to developing pseudofolliculitis barbae (PFB). For patients with PFB, physicians often recommend shaving with depilatory creams that chemically remove hair from the skin surface by dissolving keratin. This 1-week, controlled, single-center, split-faced, randomized trial compared shaving with 3

2011 Cutis; cutaneous medicine for the practitioner

39. List of cutaneous conditions

, pressure-induced alopecia) (barber's itch, folliculitis barbae traumatica, razor bumps, scarring pseudofolliculitis of the beard, shave bumps) (alopecia cicatrisata) (pterygium inversus unguis, ventral pterygium) (dorsal pterygium) (brachyonychia, nail en raquette , racquet thumb) (idiopathic palmoplantar hidradenitis, idiopathic plantar hidradenitis, painful plantar erythema, palmoplantar eccrine hidradenitis, plantar panniculitis) (temporal alopecia, temporal triangular alopecia) (bamboo hair (...) ) (keratolysis plantare sulcatum, keratoma plantare sulcatum, ringed keratolysis) (anterior tibial bowing) (Tsutsugamushi fever) (pemphigus neonatorum, Ritter's disease) (impetigo of Bockhart, superficial folliculitis) (barber's itch, sycosis barbae) (lues) (streptococcal toxic shock syndrome, streptococcal toxic shock-like syndrome, toxic streptococcal syndrome) (five-day fever, quintan fever, urban trench fever) (Aden ulcer, jungle rot, Malabar ulcer, tropical phagedena) (deer fly fever, Ohara's disease

2012 Wikipedia

40. Low-Fluence 1,064-nm Laser Hair Reduction for Pseudofolliculitis Barbae in Skin Types IV, V, and VI. (PubMed)

Low-Fluence 1,064-nm Laser Hair Reduction for Pseudofolliculitis Barbae in Skin Types IV, V, and VI. To evaluate the efficacy of a 1,064-nm neodymium-doped yttrium aluminium garnet (Nd:YAG) laser using lower than traditional fluences (22-40 J/cm(2)) for treatment of pseudofolliculitis barbae (PFB).Twenty-two patients with PFB refractory to conservative therapy received five weekly treatments over the anterior neck using a 1,064-nm Nd:YAG laser at 12 J/cm(2). Pulse duration was 20 ms with 10 mm

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