Infectious Wax

  by Dr. Yiannis Neofytou

Infectious Wax

Infectious wax is a superficial skin infection, contagious, that occurs mainly in childhood patients, in the hot and humid months of the year and is caused in a greater percentage by Staphylococcus aureus but also in some cases by Streptococcus.
Clinically, it is characterized by a red plaque, usually of small size, which is most often covered by a honey-colored crust, like the color of honey.
The treatment of infectious wax is divided into local and systemic depending on the extent of the damage and the location, while in more complex infections with a greater extent, the systemic administration of antibiotics is preferred


Mesopen is an alternative form of mesotherapy. It helps the penetration of active substances, creating portals of entry into the skin barrier with the creation of controlled micronulls, thanks to its specially designed head (pen with 12 tiny titanium pins), without obvious skin injury. Through this mechanism of action, the penetration capacity of the active substances increases.



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