Little-Known Facts About Acne That People Just Don’t Know c

October 14, 2011 | Author: FiriFuyx41 | Posted in Acne

Acne can be a debilitating experience for most young teens and even adults. Getting rid of acne can be very easy, or it can take several months depending upon the type and level that you have. So it is frustrating and of course embarrassing for the person suffering from it. Although a great deal of work has been done over the years to help eliminate this skin problem, it is doubtful the social preconception associated with it will ever be eliminated. Children are more susceptible to the psychological and emotional scarring that can happen because of this problem so you should be aware of this if you have teens. This disease can provide physical and emotional scars, but the psychological effects often cause the most damage. If you suffer from acne, the following tips will help you out.

Acne can be very large and painful because it is inflamed beneath the skin. The cells that are in your skin can actually be responsible for the acne that you currently have. 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.

If you read about all the various types of acne you would be amazed. There are many different reasons that it may form, most of which are separate from one another. Plenty of people just think of pimples when they think about acne, but that is usually inaccurate. Rosacea, for instance, is definitely a form of acne, but it does not come with whiteheads, blackheads, or comedones. Some types of acne can actually make an appearance because you are exposed to chemicals which induce their appearance. Compounds that are halogenated in origin may cause Choracne to form on your face or body.

Acne comes in many forms so it only stands to reason that there are many different types of scarring as well. A very recognizable type of scar is called the “rolling scar” and you will realize you are very familiar with this type of scar when we give an example. This scar appears as a bump and looks wavy across the surface of the skin. You will also see a lot of scarring that’s from “ice pick” scars. It’s not hard to visualize what these scars look like based on the name. The surface of your skin becomes pitted with these very deep scars. If you looked at the “ice pick” holes, you would notice that they are quite deep.

Understanding your acne, where it comes from, and how to take care of it, is not a simple issue. Taking care of the acne on your face and body begins with understanding why it has occurred and then from there, figuring out what to do about it.

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Author: FiriFuyx41

I am a nurse graduate. I do information gathering and securing it for records. Doing it makes me happy that I can help someone have their records secured.

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