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How To Cure Acne 

What is Acne and what Causes it? 
Acne is a common skin condition that causes pimples and other
bumps on your face and on your upper body. Acne is also caused by a
buildup of dead skin cells, bacteria, and also dried sebum that blocks
the follicles of your hair in the skin.
Bumps, such as whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, cysts appear on the
skin usually on the face, chest, shoulders and on your back. Common
treatment can include antibiotics and creams applied to the skin for
mild acne, also antibiotics can be taken by mouth for moderate acne it
is the most common skin disease in the United States and it affects up
to 80% of the population at some point in life.

Acne is caused by hormones, oily skin, and bacteria which can result in
inflammation of hair follicles, the pores in the skin where your hair
grows. Acne could be characterized by different types of abnormal
growths. They can all vary in size and how severe they look, some
types of acne go deeper into the skin than others do for example,
blackheads are open comedone, whiteheads are closed comedones.
The pimple is an inflamed closed comedone and are usually raised
solid bumps. On the surface of the bumps they contain the pus. If the
pimple is deeper, more firm and it contains pus it is called nodules.
Lastly cysts are large pockets containing pus.​ ​Sometimes even larger,
deeper pockets containing pus are called abscesses. Both the cysts and
abscesses are pus-filled pockets, but the abscesses are sometimes
larger and deeper. The sebaceous glands which secrete an oily
substance, sebum, lie in the middle layer of skin, these glands are
attached to the hair follicle. Sebum also with the dead skin cells,
passes up from the sebaceous gland and hair follicle and then it goes
out to the surface of the skin through the pores creating a type of


Hair Follicle Anatomy 

Acne can result when a collection of dried sebum, dead skin cells, and
or bacteria gets clogged up in the hair follicles which then blocks the
sebum from leaving through the pores. A blackhead then develops if
the blockage is incomplete. A whitehead can then develops if the
blockage is complete. The most common thing that triggers acne is
puberty. Acne occurs only mainly during puberty, which is when the
sebaceous glands are stimulated by the increasing hormone levels,
especially the testosterone, resulting in excessive sebum production.
When a person is in their early to mid 20s, hormone levels usually
have decreased enough that acne lessens or disappears. However, up
to 40% of women can get acne into their 40’s. Other conditions that
involve hormonal changes can affect the occurrence of acne like being
pregnant, or on your menstrual cycle, curtain drugs, also some
products that you put on your face and wearing too tight of clothes.
Lastly, when it is humid you create a lot of pimples and also when you
Acne can occur with each menstrual period in a young women and
may clear up or it can worsen during your pregnancy. Polycystic ovary
syndrome is a hormone disorder that can disrupt the menstrual cycle
and can trigger the acne making it worse. The use of certain drugs,
particularly corticosteroids and anabolic steroids, can worsen acne or
cause acne breakouts. There are many cosmetics, cleansers, and
lotions that may worsen acne by clogging the pores in your skin. Acne

naturally varies in severity for most people, sometimes worsening or
improving, finding the factors that may cause an outbreak is difficult.
Acne is often worse in the winter and not as bad in the summer this is
due to sunlight's anti-inflammatory effects. There is no relationship
between acne and not washing your face, masturbation, sexual
activity, or even dieting.

Bad Habits Which Cause Acne 

If you break your skin care bad habits to prevent acne and enjoy the
healthy glow of clear skin. Acne only occurs when oil, and dead skin

cells are in the way of hair follicles. People with oily skin may be more
prone to pimples because of their acne prone skin, but breaking bad
habits can still help them and everyone prevent acne. The first bad
habit is washing your skin too often.​ ​Even ​though it is important to
keep your skin clean washing it too often will only make your acne

worse. What you should do instead is wash your face in the morning
when you wake and at night before bed. The second bad habit is
Vigorously scrubbing your skin.
Scrubbing your skin with a washcloth, loofah, or harsh exfoliant can
cause irritation and it could worsen your acne prone skin. To prevent
acne, always wash up with only lukewarm water and a gentle cleanser.
The third bad habit is not cleaning your sweaty skin. After you've had a
workout session or been outside in the sun your skin is going to be
covered in sweat. Don't let the sweat dry on your skin but instead, you
should wash your skin right after sweating or at least as soon as
possible. The fourth bad habit is picking at your skin and popping your
While it could be hard to resist to pick or pop your pimples, doing this
can cause cause redness from squeezing the pus deeper into the skin
and at times they turn into scars. The last bad habit is skipping
shampoo. If you have oily hair, that oil in your hair can go down onto
your face which can cause pimples. You have to make sure you wash
your hair every day to keep the excess oil off of your forehead, face and
your back to help prevent acne. The best way to fight your acne

problems is to learn more about your specific acne conditions and take
action in making a better change for yourself, if you want more
information on how to get rid of your acne for good I highly
recommend you download this ebook below.
This book entitled, Acne No More will teach you all the secrets you
need to know in order to cure your acne problems for good and turn it
into something that you do not have to worry about anymore.


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