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The purpose of this study is to compare the efficacy of 7% lidocaine / 7% tetracaine cream and 2,5% lidocaine / 2,5% prilocaine cream in reducing self-reported pain during a single laser procedure in the treatment of acne keloidalis nuchae and tattoo removal.
Laser causes elimination and miniaturization of hair shafts that are the principal contributor to inflammation in Acne Keloidalis Nuchae (AKN).
This study is being done to evaluate the effect of targeted UV-B (a component of sunlight) on the treatment of acne keloidalis nuchae (AKN, or razor bumps on the back of the neck). The investigators believe targeted UV-B is a safe and effective way to reduce the appearance of AKN.
Acne Keloidalis Nuchae (AKN) is a long standing hair follicle disease with bumps and scars on the skin of the back of the head and neck. The purpose of this new study is to determine how well a hair removal laser (NdYag Laser) works in treating AKN.
The purpose of this investigation is to evaluate the effectiveness of high-dose UVA1 irradiation in the treatment of fibrosing conditions of the skin, e.g., keloid (a thick scar from growth of fibrous tissue), scleroderma (deposits of fibrous tissue in the skin) and acne keloidalis nuchae (keloids on the back of the neck or hairline) old burn scars, granuloma annulare or other similar skin conditions. This UVA1 dosing schedule has been used successfully in Germany for various skin diseases, such as the above mentioned scleroderma.