Badyaga from acne: reviews

Badyag is a preparation which is received from the dried and crushed colonies of fresh-water sponges (fig. 1). The skeleton of these sponges consists of very small needles, which consist of silicon oxide and spongin protein. The effect of the drug is based on applying to the skin in the process of application - a large number of microscopic injuries.

Many patients with acne and pimples ask if the acne from acne or the marks after acne can help. This article is written by a professional dermatologist, and below we will examine exactly how Badya can affect if you have acne, or there are scars and age spots after acne.

Composition and release form -

  • powder for suspension in bags of 6 or 10 grams (Figure 2-4),
  • in the form of gels for external use (Badyaga and Badyaga-forte), which are produced by different manufacturers (Fig.5-6).

Effects of the drug Badyaga -
The main effect of Badyagi is a strong irritant effect on the skin, which is a consequence of causing numerous microtraumas with sharp needles. It is these microtraumas that cause an acceleration of the blood supply and skin regeneration processes at the site of application of the badyaga. Acceleration of the blood supply in turn can have a moderate anti-inflammatory effect, which can be used in the treatment of the following conditions.

Indications for use, according to the instructions -

  • hematomas and bruises,
  • neuralgia, sciatica,
  • rheumatic pains in muscles and joints,
  • for badyag-forte in addition - with age spots with acne.

Comment to the testimony -
The instruction shows the incompetence of the manufacturer, who does not even know that pigment spots can appear on the skin only when acne heals, but not acne. When acne in the skin there is no inflammation, because Acne is only fatty plugs in the pores of the skin (Fig.8-9). And the formation of pigment spots in acne is associated precisely with the deposition of melanin pigment in the inflamed areas of the skin, which is observed precisely with acne (Fig.10).


1. Badyaga for acne and blackheads -

Many patients think that when acne and acne dermatologists often prescribe a chemical peeling procedure or preparations with a peeling effect, then Badyaga from acne and acne can help. In fact, the sharp tips of the needles do not exfoliate the skin, they only hurt it with sharp tips, causing the skin micro-punctures.

Recall that acne and acne are perfect different things. And if with acne (when there is no bacterial inflammation), the use of badyagi is meaningless, but it can still go without complications, then with acne, in which purulent inflammation of hair follicles takes place - skin microtraumas can lead to bacterial complications and skin inflammation.

Important: The gold standard for treating acne is primarily benzoyl peroxide-based drugs, then antibacterial gels for local use based on clindamycin or erythromycin. If you have acne, then first of all you are prescribed drugs of the retinoid group. If you have a mixed form of acne, in which there are acne and acne at the same time - these drugs are combined.

2. Badyaga from spots from acne -

In order to understand whether Badagia helps with spots after acne, first of all, it is necessary to understand the types of spots after acne. Spots after acne are of 2 types: most often red spots, less often - brown.

  • Spots of brown shades (Fig.11) -
    appear due to an excess of melanin formation in the inflamed areas of the skin. This is called post-inflammatory pigmentation. Its appearance can be prevented or minimized altogether if acne is treated correctly and not by folk remedies.

    Badyaga forms a multitude of microprocols in the skin, but at the same time it does not have a peeling effect, nor does it cleave the melanin that brown pigment spots consist of (unlike some chemical preparations, for example, hydroquinone, as well as IPL apparatuses).

  • Red spots (Fig. 12) -
    such spots are called in cosmetology the term "post-inflammatory erythema." Such spots are formed as a result of persistent long-term dilation of blood capillaries at the site of inflammation on the skin (for example, in the pimple area). In any case, treatment of post-inflammatory erythema should not be carried out with a bladder.

    Badyaga, injuring the skin with microneedles, causes blood flow to the treated area. Imagine what will happen to your dilated capillaries and the intensity of red spots .... The capillaries will expand even more, and the spots will become even more intense.

Findings -

Badyag can by no means lead to the disappearance of pigment spots, much less post-inflammatory red erythema. If you see photos of patients on any sites whose pigment spots supposedly disappeared, then these photos (upon closest analysis) turn out to be downloaded from foreign acne treatment sites, and have no relation to badger treatment ...

In addition, if you substitute the areas of skin treated with badger under the active sun, you can get an even more uneven complexion, because injured skin will be many times more sensitive to ultraviolet radiation. Therefore, when using this tool in the summer / spring period, it is necessary to use sunscreen for at least a week after the procedure.

What drugs and techniques are effective for eliminating stains -

Normally, areas of inflammatory hyperpigmentation (brown spots) usually disappear from 3 to 24 months. However, you can even prevent their occurrence if you treat acne with the right drugs and regimens. At the same time, in addition to drugs during periods of high solar activity, you should always use sunscreens, which will reduce the synthesis of melanin (including in the foci of inflammation).

Drugs to reduce brown spots from acne -

  • drugs with azelaic acid (Skinoren, Azelik, Azogel),
  • retinoid drugs (Differin, Klenzit, Retin-A),
  • skin care products with vitamin C,
  • hydroquinone creams (prescription),
  • licorice extract.

Medical procedures for the treatment of red spots after acne -

  • phototherapy (vascular type laser or IPL devices),
  • microderma procedure,
  • procedures for surface chemical peeling with glycolic acid, which can be done even at home.

3. Badyaga from traces after acne (scars) -

To understand: if Badie helps from the marks after acne in the form of scars and scars - let's look at the types of scars that are formed with acne. Acne scars can be of 2 types -

  • atrophic, which look like small depressions in the skin (fig.16-17),
  • hypertrophic, which protrude above the surface of the skin (Fig. 18).

Does Badyaga help from acne marks (scars) that are formed during the healing of large inflammatory foci? Badyaga is simply NOT able to affect either one or the other type of scars.

Again: on many sites and blogs posted pictures of patients allegedly before and after the application of badyagi, which in fact have no relation to the treatment of this tool. With a simple search, these pictures are downloaded from foreign sites, and the patients in these pictures were actually treated with real means, not “badaga”.

What treatment for scars will be effective -

1) In the presence of atrophic scars -
most often, acne scars remain after acne. You can fix them with ...

  • Intracutaneous fillers injections (for example, Restylane).
  • The use of scars and scars can have some effect - in particular, the use of Kontaktubeks.
  • A permanent effect is the use of a laser (pulsed or laser-Fraxel).

2)  In the presence of solid hypertrophic scars -
first of all, cortisone injections are made inside such scars so that they become softer and flatter. Also, if the scars are fresh, then a special ointment for the teeth can have a certain effect.

3)  In the presence of both hypertrophic and atrophic scars -

  • dermatological procedure is very effective,
  • Medium or deep professional chemical peeling procedures.

Use of bady on the face for peeling -

With regular use of irritating agents, the sensitive skin of the face will lose its elasticity, as well as acquire a bluish tint. This is due to the fact that the microtraumas of the skin will grow not so much by increasing the amount of collagen and elastin (which make the skin elastic), but due to the dense fibrous connective tissue. The latter will cause thickening and coarsening of the skin.

The cyanotic hue of the skin will appear as a result of the deterioration of its blood supply, because in dense connective tissue there are significantly fewer blood vessels than in loose connective tissue. Also increases the likelihood of fungal and infectious skin diseases, because the skin will be a lot of microdot, which are the entrance gate of infection.

We hope that our article: Badyaga from acne reviews - proved to be useful to you!

Author: editors of the portal.

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