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Acne is a general term for eruptive skin disease of face and back. There are many types of acne including blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, and cystic. Acne is the common skin disease generally occurs in teenagers and young adults, though it can affect anyone.
Though the exact cause of acne has not been determined, research has shown that four key elements contribute to acne. They are: excess oil, clogged pores, bacteria, and inflammation. During adolescence, the body begins to develop more sebum oil, which is produced to ensure our skin does not dry out. When sebum cannot flow freely to the skin, clogged pores result. Bacteria already found on the skin’s surface, flourishes in the excess oil, and causes inflammation.
The degree of inflammation determines what type of acnes appears on the skin. A small amount of inflammation results in a blackhead or a whitehead. This means oil flow is blocked right at the surface of the skin, and is the least serious form of acne. If the pore is blocked deeper within the skin, a papule, or pimple, forms. If the pore becomes blocked deeper still a pus-filled pimple or pustule, forms. The most severe type of acne lesions are cysts, which occur when very deep blockage causes intense inflammation. Cysts sometimes called nodules are very painful bumps.
Today we know more than ever before about the treatment of acne. A wide range of acne medications make it possible for virtually every case of acne to be treated and for you to achieve clear, healthy skin.
The sooner you treat your acne the better. Earlier attention may help you to avoid the more severe forms of acne and the risk of scarring. However it is never too late. There are a host of medications and treatments that can improve your active acne.
With the variable factors involved in your skin condition, we at DERMACURE can help find an effective acne treatment that specifically addresses your individual case.