Acne and Its Resultant Scarring Explained l

October 14, 2011 | Author: rudgirjyun47 | Posted in Acne

One of the most severe types of acne involve deep sebaceous gland blockages beneath the skin surface. These blockages can appear on the back, upper chest, or face and resemble sizable bumps. What is interesting, perhaps, is that dead skin cells are part of the reason for the blockages to form. A common way to get rid of the dead skin cells that can cause this problem is to have your skin exfoliated. Unfortunately, it may not work, as there are no 100% guaranteed results. Acne can run in some families, but may not necessarily affect every family member. This is no big secret. Indeed, it’s worth trying exfoliation on your acne if your case is isolated and not due to family genetics. Nonetheless, you can be bad for your skin if you exfoliate over and over.

Acne can be very large and painful because it is inflamed beneath the skin. It has been known for some time that the mechanism that creates acne on your skin is based upon your cellular makeup. The formation of skin lesions on your face or body may be the result of structural changes to the skin itself. Your hair follicles, as well as the oil glands within them, can be adversely affected. Genetics and family lineage often provide clues as to why some people develop acne and others do not. The appearance of acne is usually the result of a clogged pore where bacteria is allowed to breed. If you or your children experience the more severe acne then it is best to see a dermatologist.

A scar is basically a location in which there is an excess in collagen and it produces the scar. Obviously, people that have these types of scars do not want to have them at all. People that have smaller scars will be less concerned than those that have larger more unsightly ones.

If you suffered from acne, and you popped the pimples on your face, you may have developed acne scars as well. If you have a zit or blemish on your face, it is best to never squeeze it. However, we do know you want it gone and cannot wait another hour. You should actually never squeeze your pimple until you can see that it will pop easily, or else you may spread the infection in your skin.

The general reason as to why acne forms is because the passageways in the follicles are blocked. How bad the blockage actually is will determine the type of conditions you experience. Both increased amounts of sebum being excreted and dead skin cells contribute to the blockages. Additionally, if a comedone or a blackhead is produced it is named an open comedone. There is, however, a condition where a comedone can be closed, beneath the skins surface.

If all else fails, go to your local dermatologist to seek out professional help. You will get the most accurate feedback about your skin and condition. Once you are done with your appointment, they may prescribe some medication to help with your acne.

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Author: rudgirjyun47

I am a very simple person. I just easily appreciate things up to the smallest. WIth it, I can also get angry to small things I do not like. I used to work in a machine shop and now move as a machine operator at the port. I like my current job since it is more relaxed and stable.

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