Treatment of acne without Drugs

Mike Walden review author of acne no more program-Unlike what we thought in the past, acne is not caused by poor diet, chocolate or fatty foods.

Of course there are conflicting studies on nutrition, but it is sure that the excess fat, if any, estrogen converted into androgens.
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Acne is a disease of adolescence and is characterized by inflammation of the sebaceous glands.

Recent years have seen an increased frequency in adults. Occurs more frequently in adult women than in adult men, and although that is not associated with serious complications and can have significant psychosocial effects on sufferers.

The rash is diverse consisting of comedones, papules, pustules, nodules, cysts, scars and may be accompanied by seborrhea.

Acne develops when the sebaceous glands producing excess sebum, either due to heredity, or overproduction of androgens e.g. polycystic ovaries.

This is associated with the overproduction of keratinocytes in the walls of the glands, which peel and clog pores of the glands to the skin surface (blackheads – open comedones or white figures – closed comedones).

The swell yperleitourgountes glands and leads to inflammation (red pimples – papules), their walls are cleaved, and bacteria (mainly propionovaktiridio acne) lying on the skin, colonize, penetrate, contaminants and create purulent lesions (blisters). Inflammatory agents are recruited and a long standing inflammatory process ensues and established. Cysts form when the path is heavier.
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In adult women, the use of inappropriate, comedogenic, cosmetic and sunscreen on skin prone to acne, neglect of meticulous cleansing before bedtime, polycystic ovary syndrome, obesity, and even the stress increases androgens cause acne due to obstruction resources and overactive sebaceous glands!

 

 

 

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