Skin condition characterized by plugging and inflammation that involves the hair follicles and sebaceous glands. It can take many forms including blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, and nodules, a skin disease caused by overactive oil glands. A common skin eruption that usually appears on the face, chest, and back. Commonly begins in adolescence when the oil glands enlarge and become inflamed. This skin condition also known as pimples that occurs when sebaceous glands become blocked or inflamed to varying degrees.



Acne affects most teenagers to some extent.  However, the disease is not restricted to any age group; adults in their 20s – even into their 40s – can get acne.


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  1. […] acne is not the same. The acne can be divided into red bumps and blackheads/whiteheads. This division is […]

  2. […] for acne Posted on January 19, 2009 by arpita13 Acne is typically caused by the interaction of bacteria, hormones and sebum, oil from the hair follicle. […]

  3. […] year is considered to be a permanent defect or scar. To prevent post-inflammatory changes caused by acne is to prevent acne lesions from occurring. Wearing a good sunscreen is very important because […]

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  5. […] for acne. Wash your skin thoroughly but gently; never rub hard. Vigorous scrubbing can make acne worse.  As much as possible, avoid stress. Stress can promote hormonal changes and cause […]

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  7. […] glow. It also helps to stop pimples and clear the skin very effectively. Slather yogurt on your acne daily. The rich zinc content will help to clear your skin. One can simply just spread yogurt on the […]

  8. […] positive results on the woman’s adult acne. In fact this can be the best treatment for adult acne of this […]

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