Acne is a common skin disorder and comes in a variety of forms. The most common are whiteheads or blackheads, also known as comedones. These are pores that are filled with excessive oil (sebum) and dead skin cells. If bacteria is present, inflammation will occur. Propionibaterium acne, called P. acne is caused by the inflammation in the follicle. Larger lesions such as pustules, nodules or cysts may develop which can be very painful and lead to scarring if left untreated. Acne scars develop to some degree in most people who suffer from acne and these lesions can cause both physical and emotional scarring.
Along with excessive oil production, hormones and stress are also contributing factors that can cause flare ups. Individuals with acne constantly struggle with this condition and must treat it effectively, according to the type of acne that is present. It is important to follow a daily routine and established clinical care.
To treat acne effectively, your skin care specialist will assess your skin and implement the appropriate methods to correct the condition. Your skin care specialist will also recommend professional home care products along with some great advice and you will soon experience a smoother, clearer, captivating complexion!
The Classes of Acne
Class 1 Mild Acne “Occasional Break Outs”
Class 2 Mild to Moderate Acne “Always Breaks Out Somewhere”
Class 3 Moderate to Severe Acne “Break Outs All Over”
Class 4 Severe Acne “Pustular and Cystic”
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