Acne

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Acne is a common skin disease that causes pimples and zits. It is among the most common skin problems in the United States, affecting over 50 million people. Acne can be found all over the body, but is most common in places like the face and back.

Negative Effects of Acne
Many people who suffer from acne experienced decreased self-esteem. Some people struggle with acne for a few short years while they’re teenagers, while for others, thy face it their whole life.

How Does Acne Occur?
Your skin is full of pores, tiny openings that produce oil. When too much oil, dead skin, or bacteria get into your pores, it causes them to clog, causing what we know as acne. Often, acne occurs when people are experiencing hormonal changes because it causes their skin to produce more oil.

Acne comes in several varieties that appear as the following:
– Blackheads: Appear on the surface of the skin where oil and particles that are clogging the pore turn a brownish-black color at the ends.

– Whiteheads: Appear on the surface of the skin where oil and particles that are clogging the pore turn a white color at the end

– Papules: Small, red bumps that are usually slightly raised from the skin

– Pustules: Small, red bumps on the skin, often slightly raised, that have white pus at their tips

– Nodules: Painful lumps underneath the surface of the skin

– Cystic lesions: Painful infected lumps underneath the surface of the skin that are filled with pus

Treatments for acne range from at-home remedies to prescription medication.The severity of your acne is what determines which treatment will be most effective. Usually, treatments will involve some sort of a face wash and moisturizer regimen, a topical ointment, an oral medication, or a combination.

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