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Pimples Acne, These Causes and How to Overcome It

Almost everyone has had or experienced acne. This is considered common, because most adolescents who are growing up have experienced acne so it is considered a normal part of puberty. Not only teenagers, adults can also experience this. Although it is normal, but the presence of pimples can interfere with your appearance, especially festering pimples. Acne occurs when oil glands (sebaceous glands) that stick to hair follicles in the pores of the skin, are stimulated during puberty or due to other hormonal changes and eventually produce excess sebum. Sebum or oil is a natural substance that lubricates and protects the skin. In addition, the accumulation of dead skin cells or bacterial infections in the skin pores can also cause acne. Pimples with pimples indicate infection Acne can be found almost anywhere in your body. However, acne more often appears on the face, back, neck, chest, and shoulders. There are various types of pimples, namely blackheads, whiteheads, papules, and pus
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