Acne

Acne is a small pocket of infected oil in the skin,produced by the sebaceous glands located in the chorium of the skin,which open into hair follicles. When this oil is trapped and infected it produced pimples known as acne.

Symptoms:

It generally occurs on the face and back and can become abscesses or deep infected lesions in the skin.

Causes:

The production of the hormone testosterone, in men as well as women (although it is greater in men), causes the sebaceous glands to grow, producing more oil. Meanwhile, the skin cells near the pore produce keratin. When these two substances mix, the greasy oil and keratin produce an amalgamation, which blocks the pore causing a blackhead. When the pore is plugged up due to this substance, bacteria begins to accumulate and grows. This inflames the area and forms a pimple(acne).

Tips For The Acne:

Wash your face with a balanced pH liquid soap or with face wash everyday, morning and night to remove the oil. (Dry your face with a paper towel, so that the skin is not contaminated again).

Apply cleanser for deep cleansing effect, which will remove dirt and oil from the deeper layers of skin.

After that use toner which will close the pore and improve the texture of the skin.

Thereafter use the oil free moisturizer as per the type of skin is a must

In addition it is suggested:

To eliminate as much as sugar and flour as possible, as well as fried foods, butter, chocolate and whole milk.

Increase the consumption of fiber, as well as yogurt, which cleans the stomach and intestine ( Shankh prakshalan-under the guidance of a trained person).

Avoid the use of greasy creams or cosmetics

Avoid soaps that contain sulfides, iodine, bromides or oil

Warning

If one or more pimples are very red and the area becomes inflamed and sensitive to the touch you may have a serious infection. consult your physician.

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