CAUSES OF ACNE
The human body is a fascinating and complex wonder. Every single cell or atom of the body has a specific function with a calculated purpose. When something is not functioning correctly, your body tells you exactly what is wrong, you just need to know how to understand the language.
Acne occurs when the pores of your skin become blocked with oil, dead skin cells, or bacteria. The oil gland releases sebum (oil), which travels up the hair, out of the pores, and onto your skin. The sebum keeps your skin lubricated and soft. One or more problems in this lubrication process can cause acne. Acne can be found almost anywhere on your body. It most commonly develops on your face, back, neck, chest, and shoulders. If you have acne, you’ll typically notice pimples that are white or black. Both blackheads and whiteheads are known as comedones.
- Hormonal Factors:
A range of factors triggers acne, but the main cause is thought to be a rise in androgen levels. Androgen is a type of hormone, the levels of which rise when adolescence begins. In women, it gets converted into estrogen. Rising androgen levels cause the oil glands under the skin to grow. The enlarged gland produces more sebum. Excessive sebum can break down cellular walls in the pores, causing bacteria to grow.
Other possible causes include:
- some medications that contain androgen and lithium
- greasy cosmetics
- sleeping with your makeup on
- dirty pillowcase
- dirty brushes
- dirty phones
- using wrong products
- lifestyle and food changes.
- hormonal changes
- genetic factors
The best advice for acne-free skin is to focus more on your lifestyle. When you live a happy, healthy lifestyle with enough exercise to relieve the extra stress, you will find that you have better overall health and a healthier-looking skin!
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