Acne Is Never Fun!

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What Is Acne? It is different things to different people, but one thing that can be said for all is — it is never fun!

To young teenagers going through puberty, acne is a nightmare. To adults who suffer with acne it is just annoying.

Acne has other names that it is called as well. Some of these terms include; pimples,  zits,  oil pockets  and white heads. However, the more accurate term is Acne.

Acne is a form of skin disease. When hair follicles under the skin or pores in the skin get clogged these lesions form. Usually starting out pink in color, they get bigger and uglier if left untreated.
After a few days if the acne lesion has not been scratched or touched it will appear white on top, surrounded by red or pink discoloration. Some acne lesions are even painful. Most people break the acne lesion when it appears white on top; when this happens the toxins or white liquids; sometimes clear emerges. Some acne lesions even bleed for a few minutes.

Acne can often be cleared up or at least controlled  by the use of over-the-counter creams, designed specifically for acne lesions.The actual cause of acne is unknown, although medical professionals are still delving into it.

Some cases of acne are so severe, the over the counter medications do not work. The best thing to do when this occurs is to go to a physician or dermatologist. A more effective medication can usually be prescribed. With the fact that acne is a skin disease, in severe cases, it can also leave scars.

Acne lesions often form on the face, forehead, and neck. However, acne can also form on the back, shoulders and in some cases the chest. The scientific term acne vulgaris is the most common form of acne, although there are others.

Acne lesions left untreated, are considered slow healing, as well as unsightly. When acne lesions form on the shoulders or back they are also generally more painful; than if they were on the neck or face.

Another point to consider is that acne left untreated can lead to scarring, especially on the face and back. Some forms of acne itch causing the individual to scratch at them. This only makes the affected area worse.

Bottom line, any form of acne should be treated in some way, to speed the process of healing.


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