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Face Beauty Tips: 3 Causes of Acne emergence

Sunday, February 12, 2012
Acne is a skin problem that often occurs, especially in adolescence.

Although it is possible some adults also experience it.

Acne is very disturbing appearance, from the start until the appearance of redness on acne scars scar tissue.

At least three factors that contribute to the formation of acne, namely:

A. Excess oil production (Overproduction of Oil / Sebum)

2. Exfoliation of dead skin cells that causes irritation of the hair follicle

3. Bacteria which breed

Acne occurs when hair follicles blocked by oil and dead skin cells.

Each follicle is connected to sebaceous glands. These sebaceous glands release an oily substance called sebum to lubricate the hair and skin.

Sebum normally moves along the hair shaft and then out through the opening of the hair follicles on the skin surface.

If the body produces sebum and dead skin cells excessively, then they will merge to form a smooth blockages in hair follicles.

This blockage can cause the follicle wall stand out and produce closed comedones or whiteheads.

The blockage could be open to the surface of the skin and become black so that it becomes an open comedones or blackheads.

Pimples grow into red spots with white center that develop when the hair follicles are clogged become inflamed or infected.

Obstruction and inflammation can develop deep into the hair follicle and produces a bump on the surface of the skin called cysts (cyst).

Not yet known what causes the increased production of sebum. However, a number of factors considered to play a role include hormones, bacteria, certain medications, and heredity.

Contrary to what people think, greasy foods and chocolate has only little effect on acne. In addition, acne is not caused by dirt.

Too coarse facial scrub or clean your face with soap or harsh chemicals that can irritate skin and make acne worse.

To prevent the appearance of acne that is required is to clean the skin regularly to remove excess oil and dead skin cells.

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