Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Process of acne formation

Process of acne formation

Acne occurs when tiny holes on the surface of the skin called pores clogged. Each pore is an opening canal called a follicle. Contained in the hair follicles and oil glands. Normally, the oil glands help lubricate the skin and get rid of dead skin cells.

But when the glands produce excess oil, pores become clogged by the buildup of dirt and bacteria. This blockage is called blackheads.

Surfaces can be colored white blockage (called whiteheads) or dark (called blackheads). Whiteheads form of clogged pores which do not have openings, while the form of blackheads and open pores that have a dark surface. If broken, the contents therein including oil and bacteria can spread it around and cause inflammation (inflammation). If inflammation occurs deep in the skin, acne can be enlarged and hardened and ached called cysts (form pus, and painful). 

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