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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
sweat.
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