What is acne and how to treat it

According to the Royal Academy, it is a skin disease characterized by chronic inflammation of the pilosebaceous glands, especially on the face and back.
It is one of the most common skin diseases and affects 80% of the population at some point in their lives and mainly affects young people, between 12-24 years and in some cases, remains during the his adult life.
Although acne can be caused by intrinsic and extrinsic factors, the two have in common, the overproduction of sebum known as seborrhea, hyperkeratosis and the proliferation of bacteria such as Propionibacterium acne which has a direct influence on the appearance of acne. When this excess keratinization is combined with a deficient desquamation of the dead cells inside the follicle, with the excess sebum, plugs are formed that block the sebaceous glands.


Inside the follicle, there is an excess of sebum as well as dead cells that have not been removed or removed properly and a plug is created, but the glands are generating more sebum and a ball is created each bigger and bigger and the bacteria are in their sauce and this is where the party begins. The tallow, which contains a large amount of free fatty acids along with keratin, contributes to the inflammatory process, forming pustules and cysts. Acne needs a treatment that controls the overproduction of sebum and cells, as well as the poor elimination of dead cells and the inflammation it causes, while hygiene and bactericidal principles are very important. treatment is long, you should know that penicillin has not been able to fight them, and your commitment is very important. If you follow your treatment according to the guidelines recommended by your therapist, the results will be visible in the short term, but you should not give up once you start to look good.


CLEANER: You need to start with good hygiene both in the morning and at night, and with clean hands. With a cleanser such as Clarifyng Foam, which contains bactericidal ingredients such as Tea Tree and Chlorhexidine Diglunate. Chlorhexidine is widely used as a disinfectant and antiseptic in hospitals, and can be used to bathe severe patients with the goal of killing bacteria and reducing the spread of infections.

EXFOLIATES: such as salicylic acid, azeleic, mandelic and glycolic acid to reduce keratinization, speed up the removal of dead cells and penetrate inside the pores and free them from clogging as we find in the Blemish Control Pads

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY: Like Clarity Peptides serum high in Niacinamide and betaglucans to reduce inflammation and irritation.

MOISTURIZERS sebregulators and protectors of the skin's microbial flora with Pre and Probiotics to balance the microbial defense system to minimize the appearance of the bacteria that causes outbreaks. Ingredients contained in the Balance Moisturizer

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