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Everyone will experience acne. Here is an example of acne on the forehead. Acne is very common disorder that most young people get in early puberty. It is caused by inflammation of the small oil glands (sebaceous glands) that surround the fine hairs on the face and chest. The severity of acne increases and, typically, reaches its peak around the ages of 17 to 19. For most people, acne tends to go away by the time they reach their mid-20s; however, very sensitive people may continue to have the disorder until they reach their 43s.
Hormonal changes related to pregnancy or menstrual periods can also cause or contribute to acne. This is also the case with environmental irritants such as pollution, intense heat, humidity or cold.
Puberty period , the production of male sex hormones (androgens) increases in both girls and boys, which can stimulate the sebaceous glands to produce more sebum. In some people, the sebaceous glands are extremely sensitive to androgens. These people, mostly men, get acne so severely that they need medical treatment.
The increased production of sebum makes the openings of the sebaceous glands narrower, which prevents the sebum from getting out. Meanwhile, the sebum production continues regardless.
Pimples are often caused by Propionebacterium acnes, a common bacterium on the skin that feeds on sebum. This bacterium produces waste products and fatty acids that irritate the sebaceous glands and make them inflamed.
Small symptom at first, tender, red spots that later turn into pimples containing degraded fatty acids. The inflammation disappears over a few days or weeks, depending on the severity.
Severe acne can cause scars which will never disappear. Acne can also cause psychological stress and be socially disabling. An early effective treatment is therefore imperative.
Often in a damp environment with oil, grease and other chemicals.
- Stress or emotional tension.
- Squeezing or picking at the pimples.
- Menstrual periods.
- Certain medicines and chemicals.
- Taking heaty food and drinks.
Washing your face twice a day with a mild cleanser. Make sure you wash your skin whenever it becomes sweaty. Do not scrub your face as this will only make your acne worse.
Avoid hairstyles in which the hair is constantly touching your face. Shampoo your hair regularly.
Do not squeeze or pick at the pimples. This makes them worse and may cause scarring.
Avoid exposing your skin to too much cold, heat and sunlight. Sunlight may improve your acne for a while, but it won't cure it. Too much exposure to sunlight can lead to burning and skin cancer.
Use a water-based moisturiser. Greasy or oily creams and foundations block the pores and may cause pimples.
No scientific research has shown that certain foods can cause acne, but if you notice that spots increase after you eat certain things, it makes sense to avoid them, especially the heaty food.
Choose a sensible, varied diet, drink lots of water and exercise regularly.
Chinse Master 's Way of medications
CHINESE MASTER'S WAY OF HERBAL MEDICATION is provern tobe very effective for acne pimples treatment.
Usually they take into consideration fo all your five organs before they prescripte to you tailor made herbal medicine.
The herbal treatment will also eliminates your acne and beautified your face complextion from strengtherning your organs and Qi and Blood Flow.
Many patients has even take the treatment as beutifiying their whole body and all of them looks and feel younger after the treatment.
Please e-mail to them and they can share it with you.
They can send you some herbal medicine to suit your body condition for your acne. This should work very well with all the DO'S and CANNOT DO'S, then will be send to you for your body conditions.
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