pomade acne


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po·made ac·ne

a form of acne caused by repeated application of hair creams containing oils that block release of sebum from hair follicles; most commonly seen on forehead and temples in young African Americans.
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Acne vulgaris in those who groom their scalp and facial hair with greasy lubricants, resulting in closed comedones on the forehead, temples, cheeks, and chin. It is thought to be more common in African Americans
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po·made ac·ne

(pom-ād' ak'nē)
The disorder as commonly found on the forehead and temples of black people after repeated application of hair creams.
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