Friday, 1 November 2013
Acne No More Mike Walden Review
Common acne, cystic acne, pimples, blackheads
Doctors tell this way - Acne occurs when clogs the small holes on the surface of skin, called resources.
Each resource is an open pocket, comprising a hair and a sebaceous gland. These sebaceous glands assist in lubricating the skin and the removal of old skin cells.
When glands produce too much sebum, the pores can become clogged. Dirt, dust, bacteria, and inflammatory cells accumulate. Occlusion called plug or come done.
The top of the plug may be white or black.
If the plug open, the material inside causes swelling and red pimples.
If the inflammation is deep in the skin, pimples can be enlarged, forming hard, painful cysts.
Acne is a problem of swelling and inflammation and not a problem caused by bacteria.
Acne is most common in teenagers, but it can occur at any age, even in an infant. Three out of four teenagers have acne. Hormonal changes probably cause an increased production of sebum in the skin. However, persons 30 or 40 can also develop acne.
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Hormonal changes associated with the menstrual period, pregnancy, birth control pills or stress.
Oily cosmetics and hair products
Certain drugs (such as steroids, testosterone, estrogen, and phonation)
High levels of humidity and sweating
Despite the common perception that chocolate, nuts, and greasy foods cause acne, research does not confirm these views. However, a diet rich in sugars treated may be associated with acne.
Acne usually occurs on the face and shoulders, but can occur on the trunk, arms , legs and buttocks.
Papules (small red pimples)
Redness around pimples