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Acne nucleus health. This video describes the most common types of acne

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Acne nucleus health. This video describes the most common types of acne and various treatments to help alleviate symptoms of acne. Illustrated within are the different types and common locations of whiteheads, blackheads, pustules (pimples), and cysts within the skin and hair follicles. Also described are the various causes of acne different types of treatment: benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, alpha hydroxy acid, and sulfur.

Acne, also known as acne vulgaris, is a long-term skin disease that occurs when dead skin cells and oil from the skin clog hair follicles. Typical features of the condition include blackheads or whiteheads, pimples, oily skin, and possible scarring. It primarily affects skin with a relatively high number of oil glands, including the face, upper part of the chest, and back. The resulting appearance can lead to anxiety, reduced self-esteem, and, in extreme cases, depression, or thoughts of suicide.

Genetics is the primary cause of acne in 80% of cases. The role of diet and cigarette smoking is unclear, and neither cleanliness nor exposure to sunlight appears to play a part. In both sexes, hormones called androgens appear to be part of the underlying mechanism, by causing increased production of sebum. Another common factor is the excessive growth of the bacterium Cutibacterium acnes, which is present on the skin.

Acne nucleus health. This video describes the most common types of acne

Treatments for acne are available, including lifestyle changes, medications, and medical procedures. Eating fewer simple carbohydrates such as sugar may help. Treatments applied directly to the affected skin, such as azelaic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and salicylic acid, are commonly used. Antibiotics and retinoids are available in formulations that are applied to the skin and taken by mouth for the treatment of acne. However, resistance to antibiotics may develop as a result of antibiotic therapy. Several types of birth control pills help against acne in women. Medical professionals typically reserve isotretinoin pills for severe acne due to greater potential side effects. Early and aggressive treatment of acne is advocated by some in the medical community to decrease the overall long-term impact on individuals. Acne can be treated by readily available home remedies such as lemon and white clay.

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  1. Ughh acne… the plague that I had to endure through most of my teen years and even up to this day (although significantly milder).

    1. Yep I hope my kids will never go through what I been through… Even though I’m 100% sure they would and I know what treatment to use next Time

  2. After I watched this video, I started using a gentle cleanser, a benzoyl peroxide gel, and a oil free moisturizer every morning and night, and now my skin is clearing up so well!! I recommend using these things twice a day every day if you are struggling with acne, because I have moderate and this is the only little system that has worked for me!

    1. Yes. A good hygiene along with benzoyl peroxide (I use Benzac) is really effective. Benzac is for curing and hygiene is for prevention.

    2. @Jamie Cesar a toner can make your skin look a lot better too. cleanse, use a salicylic acid toner, moisturizer, then use the benzoyl peroxide. also you should use a stronger moisturizer at night because acne medications dry the skin which triggers more oil production.

    3. bcoz u have oily skin
      but what abt those who have dry skin as well as pimples😑
      we live hell n ugly world

  3. My face is getting a lot of pimples I don’t know why and I’m searching for the reason. Now I have more and more acnes from one month actually the pimples come to my face once a year.
    But this year is more different than I think about.
    I’m always crying i can’t look at my face 😭 and if I look I become sad and I can’t enjoy my day.

    1. THATS ME try drinking more water than usual, about 2 or 3 more bottles. that seems to help me on top of combining Noxema deep cleaner, Noxema bacteria fighting cleanser, and St. Eves Apricot scrub

    2. InciLovesCan but you are right man my sister had horrible acne and she took acutane and it really helped.

    3. @hank thetank there is no relation between dermatologists and bad grammar but whatever

    4. THATS ME duuude I’m exactly the same I got pimples and acne all over my face and every morning my face is Greasy as f#$%

  4. To stop acne, you must acknowledge reasons why you you get it and how you could assist your body to heal itself.

  5. Some poeple do anything they want, sleep late eat junk foods drink soda but they still have clear skin. It’s not fair

    1. @HunkMine oily skin is a product a bad diet. Stress could cause it too but diet is the main cause. So diet does have an effect on acne.

  6. I have cysts all over my face, so when my dad touches my face telling me to just pop it (which I can’t) I feel like screaming at him because it’s so painful.

    1. louie I had this problem for years and that’s what my family did and told me to just wash my face more. I finally quit listening to them and went to a dermatologist who told my mine were caused by Rosaceae. they’re finally start ing to go away with a prescription. I wish I would have gone years ago

    2. Please please please never let anyone pop your acne! ESPECIALLY if it is cystic! Some milder forms of acne will give you red hyper pigmentation that can take years to fade dramatically. Cystic acne sits deeper under the skin, so popping and bleeding will cause not only hyper pigmentation but indented scars in your skin! Please see your doctor for help, and don’t pick at cysts. Even when the hyper pigmentation fades you will have small dents over your cheeks, etc, which is REAL SCARRING.

  7. u have acne in a repeatedly same area. sometime it dissapear. and sometime it comes back. sometime it get really big and swollen.

    1. Finn the human just like me during my early 20’s..i rarely had acne but when i had, one acne enough to make a big scar on my face..

    1. HeyItsMeli! Omg the word “disease” just means “not ease” so any condition that will make you feel not at ease can be called a disease 🙂

  8. I once got a cyst on the side of my head. I don’t know how I got it but one day I woke up with a huge lump on the side of my head.

  9. i had have pimples and blackheads reallu long time i dont eaven remember when i had clear skin 😫 i just hope that someday it will go away. I have cemicals and they dont really work

  10. for all ya’ll struggling with acne, try cutting out dairy. i had huge inflammed cystic acne and now i have clear skin. honestly no lie.

  11. it not fair some people eat a lot of junk but skin is clear my best friend eat so much junk but her skin is clear it not fair I have ance.

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