There are as many types of acne. Acne vulgaris is a common skin disease that affect at least 80% of people at some time in their life. It affects the areas of skin with the thickest number of sebaceous follicles, which is why acne is seen mostly on the face, neck, back, and parts of the chest. Acne problems can be easily cured with the right treatment.
Acne vulgaris occurs when the hair follicle becomes clogged with the oil produced by the oil gland. The result is a pimple. Three elements must be present for a pimple to develop: Follicular epidermal, excess selbum, and inflammation
Excess sebum is also an important factor in the development of acne. The amount of sebum the body produces directly relates to the severity of the acne. The initial infection is the formation of the clogged pore, what we call a pimple or a zit…
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