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33) Topical retinoids and acne scarring Among the topical agents used to treat acne vulgaris, topical retinoids, including tretinoin, adapalene, and tazarotene, exhibit several modes of antiinflammatory activity that theoretically acne scars P. 6 Topical Retinoids—Mechanisms of Action and Impact on Pathophysiology. 6). (36–38) Based on these reported mechanisms of action, topical retinoids blunt the inflammatory cascade early in its course by diminishing the innate immune response to P acnes and reduce the potential for dermal matrix degradation by inhibiting AP-1 activation, both of which should result in a diminished potential for acne scarring.
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