comedogenic


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comedogenic

 [kom″ĕ-do-jen´ik]
producing a comedo or comedones.

com·e·do·gen·ic

(kom'ē-dō-jen'ik),
Tending to promote the formation of comedones.
[comedo + G. genesis, production]

comedogenic

/com·e·do·gen·ic/ (kom″ĕ-do-jen´ik) producing comedones.

comedogenic

(kŏm′ĭ-dō-jĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Tending to produce or aggravate acne.

com·e·do·gen·ic

(kom'ĕ-dō-jen'ik)
Tending to promote the formation of comedones.
[comedo + G. genesis, production]
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The main things to remember are avoid harsh soaps, stripping toners and aggressive drying lotions and steer away from any comedogenic (pore-clogging) ingredients such as petroleum and mineral oil.
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However, Kligman's 1996 article entitled: "Petrolatum is not Comedogenic in Rabbits or Humans: A critical reappraisal of the rabbit ear assay and the concept of "acne cosmetica," attempted to set the record straight.
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A chelator blocks calcium and magnesium, which causes oils to become comedogenic and lead to breakouts.
It is hypo-allergenic and non comedogenic (non pore blocking).