An Introduction to Acne Problems
By Chris Cobb
Acne is the most common skin disorder with over 10% of people aged 25 - 44 suffering from acne at some point, and over 85% of people aged 12 - 25 experiencing acne at some time.
Importantly, acne can become infected if ignored, creating scars, and pockmarks that become permanent blemishes on your face. I don't want this to happen to you, so I've detailed some excellent treatments on the website below
Acne is a disease called seborrhea or seborrheic dermatitis. Acne occurs when the sebaceous glands, under your skin, become contaminated with either of the following:
Excess sebum oil
Under normal circumstances, the sebaceous glands release oil that is excreted through your pores onto the skin surface. This release of oil helps to keep your skin moist and lubricated, protecting your skin from the environment.
If the pores on your face are blocked, this creates toxic oil that cannot be excreted from your skin. This results in inflammation, a pimple or a spot, as the more toxic oil tries to reach the surface of your skin.
If the pore walls burst under the skin, white blood cells move in to digest the collagen around the pores. And this happens; scars can be caused on your face.
To avoid scars, an acne-cleansing program is recommended, and this should begin before you get acne or as soon as acne appears. You must prevent your pimples and blackheads getting to the point where they get severely infected and burst.
Acne is an extremely complex condition, involving many parts of the body, usually only appearing on the face and elsewhere on your skin. Acne is a sign that you have problems elsewhere within your body and can be caused by a toxic colon, poor digestion of food, weak liver and other conditions that cause the blood to carry too much toxicity.
To clear acne, it is not always possible to try one treatment and expect the acne problem to be solved. However, it may be possible to use a special cream and have your acne diminish or clear within days it depends on the type of acne and the severity of your acne as to which acne treatments will work best for you.
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