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Acne is an Inflammatory skin condition that causes spots and pimples, especially on the face, shoulders, back, neck, chest, and upper arms.
Acne is a common problem. It can cause severe embarrassment and can affect people of all ages, not only teenagers. It occurs when your hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells. Human skin has pores that connect to oil glands under the skin. Follicles connect the glands to the pores. Follicles are small sacs that produce and secrete sebum in charge of carrying dead skin cells through the follicles to the surface of the skin.
four factors that contribute to the development of acne:
Acne pimples can vary in size, color and level of pain. Not dangerous but it can leave skin scars.
The following types are possible:
Some factors may trigger acne:
Prevention and management tips
Wash your face twice each day with warm water and THE FOAM (Do not use aggressive cleansers or soap)
Do not scrub the skin or burst the pimples.
Avoid popping pimples, as this makes scarring likelier.
Refrain from touching the face.
Hold the telephone away from the face when talking, as it is likely to contain sebum and skin residue.
Wash hands frequently, especially before applying creams.
If acne is on the back, shoulders, or chest, try wearing loose clothing to let the skin breathe. Avoid tight garments, such as headbands, caps, and scarves, or wash them regularly if used.
avoid oil-based products.
Use an electric shaver or sharp safety razors when shaving. Soften the skin and beard with warm water and cleanser before applying shaving cream.
Keep hair clean, as it collects sebum and skin residue. Avoid greasy hair products, such as those containing cocoa butter.
Avoid excessive sun exposure, as it can cause the skin to produce more sebum.
Avoid anxiety and stress, as it can increase production of cortisol and adrenaline, which exacerbate acne.
Try to keep cool and dry in hot and humid climates, to prevent sweating.
Skincare routine for acne:
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…and be careful: If at-home treatments aren’t enough, see your doctor, especially if your breakouts are painful or prone to scarring. A doctor or a dermatologist can prescribe medication and work with you on a treatment plan for clearing up your skin.