Acne is a skin condition that is occasioned when the skin’s sebaceous glands are infected or inflamed.
This skin condition or disorder is usually characterized by a form of red pimples appearing on the skin, especially on the face.
Acne can be so disturbing that persons suffering from it become very anxious about finding a quick solution to get rid of it in no time.
Yes, I understand. But I think it is more important for persons suffering from any form of skin disorder to focus their first attention on the cause of their skin problem rather than just on how to get rid of it.
This is because learning about the actual cause of your skin problem will equip you with enough knowledge on how to cure it and avoid its reoccurrence.
Therefore, you must familiarize yourself with whatever skin condition you may have and learn more about its root cause if you want to successfully get rid of it.
Even though there may not be any biological explanation for the formation of acne on the skin, it is a known observation that its formation on the skin is primarily caused by the clogging of the skin pores.
The pores of the skin are tiny holes present on the skin surface that help in taking out waste products like sweat and excess salt from the skin.
The pores also serve as channels through which the sebum (skin oil) produced by the sebaceous gland is transported to the skin surface where it then acts as a lubricant that prevents the cracking of the skin during a hot and dry weather condition.
But when these pores are blocked either by dirt, sebum or even by dead skin cells, they, therefore, find it hard to perform their normal functions. This in turn can result in acne as well as other skin conditions.
The health condition of the skin gets worse from day to day when the pores of the skin are clogged.
Acne develops on the skin over a protracted period of time. The spread of acne is triggered by growing bacterial cells on the pimples that are initially formed as acne develops on the skin.
The hair follicle of the skin becomes affected when the activities of bacteria increase.
People with oily skin are more exposed to being affected by acne than those with dry skin.
Because teenagers are known to produce a lot of skin oil, they are more likely to be affected by acne.
There are other persons, however, that are naturally born with oily skin because of their genetic makeup.
A huge emphasis is usually placed on the oil content of the skin because bacterial cells act on excess oil on the skin to cause skin problems.
Excess oil on the skin creates an enabling environment for the growth and development of acne-causing bacteria.
Taking away excess oil from your skin will help you get rid of acne but only for a short time.