Acne: what is it and how to deal with it?

Acne is a skin disease, an inflammatory process that occurs as a result of a metabolic disorder of the skin, metabolic disorders, or negative environmental effects. Acne and acne are subtypes of acne, because they are also included in this type of inflammatory diseases. Acne does not appear only in adolescence. It is important to understand that for every age acne is a manifestation. First of all, the skin areas with a large number of sebaceous glands - the face, chest, back - suffer. It is rather simple to “grope” your own problem zones - it is enough to clean the skin on any of these areas, and after an hour you can put a soft paper napkin over it - if the fat trail remains, it will be clear that this zone is a problem one.

The basic mechanism of acne formation is quite simple - the pores of the skin secrete a greasy secret almost all the time. With their enhanced work, clogging of the pores occurs. The sebaceous cork oxidizes, turns black (hence the black points) and interferes with the release of the greasy secret. The latter accumulates in the skin, and bacteria begin to multiply in it, creating an inflammatory process and provoking rashes and growth of acne on the skin. But understanding the mechanism does not give us an understanding of the causes of acne. Let's try to figure out how they appear and what the root cause of the skin disease.

Main causes of acne.

Acne is caused by many reasons. Often, one reason aggravates the other, and environmental degradation or dry air at certain times of the year are universal stimulants for the onset of acne - the skin dries out, the sebaceous glands tend to compensate for drying and respond to excessive secretion of fat. Excessive moisture can also cause acne. Should not be discounted stress and reduced immunity. 90% of all diseases are caused or at least aggravated by stressful conditions, and acne is no exception. Infection of the skin can also cause illness, and this already requires serious medical intervention. Vitamin deficiency, as well as heredity can be attributed to the last in frequency but not the most important factor in the development of skin inflammation.

What will help to fight against acne?

First, you should pay attention to the special drugs for acne and acne in adults, which are quite popular in Japan. These are specialized drugs that act on the root causes of inflammation and help to effectively fight and eliminate inflammation in problem areas of the skin.

Second, pay your attention to professional cosmetics for problem skin and acne. In Japan, a wide range of cosmetology therapy devices is available, as well as professional cosmetic lines for complex skin care, prone to rashes and painful inflammatory processes.

Remember, when dealing with acne, an integrated approach is important, and for severe inflammation, you should consult a doctor. In most cases, personal hygiene, the elimination of alcohol lotions and cosmetics, a balanced diet and quality skin care will help. Also try to avoid stressful situations, as this will have a beneficial effect on the recovery process.

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