Acne - Frequently Asked Questions
- Acne is an inflammatory disease of the hair follicles and sebaceous glands of the skin. Sebaceous glands produce oil to lubricate the skin. If some of the oil becomes trapped, infective bacteria can flourish, causing inflammation. Comedones (blackheads) occur when the sebaceous oil combines with unreleased wastes or skin pigments, to plug the pore. Milia (whiteheads) occur when scales below the surface of the skin become filled with sebaceous oil. They can spread under the skin and rupture, spreading the inflammation. As the spots heal, they often fade to pink and disappear. However, it can leave scars that manifest as small, depressed pits.
- What does acne look like?
- Acne is characterized by pustules, scarring, red spots and pimples.
- Can anything be done to make it better?
- Wash affected areas twice daily to prevent it from spreading. Washing removes surface oils. Exposure to sunlight or ultraviolet light is often helpful. Some topical treatments may help. Restore balance to your system.
- Sebaceous glands produce oil to lubricate the skin. If some of the oil becomes trapped, infective bacteria can flourish, causing inflammation. Acne can be a sign that there is an imbalance in your system. You can check
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- How do I prevent acne from recurring?
- If you take the Balance Analysis and find that there is an imbalance in
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