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Treatment of acne, seborrheic dermatitis and other skin diseases with salt solution containing NACL



Treatment of acne, seborrheic dermatitis and other skin diseases with salt solution containing NACL



Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1250(2), Sep 11



The present invention provides a composition of matter which has been demonstrated to be a very effective treatment for acne, seborrheic dermatitis and related skin diseases when applied to and contacted with affected skin areas, while avoiding the disadvantages and complications attendant to more established treatments. The composition comprises a synthetic mixture of salts which, when dissolved in a solvent such as water, is ionically composed primarily of a mixture of sodium and magnesium cations and chloride and sulfate anions, and which is preferably free of added zinc. More specifically, the salt mixture according to the present invention comprises the following range of composition in grams/kilogram of salt mixture in the ionic state, the balance being water of hydration: I. CATIONS (g/kg salt mixture) ANIONS (g/kg salt mixture) Sodium 150 to 380 Chloride 150 to 750 Magnesium 10 to 90 Sulfate 20 to 200 Calcium 1 to 30 Hydrogen 1 to 5 Potassium 0.5 to 35 Carbonate Carbonate 0.1 to 2 .

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