Everyone loves clear skin. without acne, dark spots skin looks young glowing and healthy and when you have such skin tone you feel very happy, but some people doesn’t have such skin type or tone they have some hormonal problems and some may also have some other skin related problem.
Symptoms of acne:
Acne is a disease of the hair follicle, caused by a combination of both internal and external factors, like heredity, hormones, diet, stress, products used on the face and scalp, and others. The first step in acne formation involves an abnormal build-up of skin cells at the opening of the hair follicle, creating a clogged pore.
The clogged pore accumulates keratin, oil (sebum) and bacteria until it ruptures, releasing this mixture into the skin and causing inflammation. This inflammation can lead to painful cyst/abscess formation and scarring. Trying to squeeze out a pimple or cyst creates more even more inflammation. The lining of the hair follicle is thin. It is stretched and thinned further by the accumulation of oil, keratin and bacteria below the plugged opening. Squeezing the pimple partially releases the contents onto the surface of the skin, but also ruptures the lining of the hair follicle and lets this mixture spill out into the dermis, where the cells of the immune system mount an attack to remove it. This deep inflammation promotes scarring even more. Oily hair can also cause acne problem washing your hair twice in a week can help to control oily hair. Look for product formulas that say “greaseless” or “oil free.” When you’re styling your hair, pay close attention to the products you use. Some styling gels and lotions gives extra grease to hair, which defeats the purpose of washing hair.
Treatments for acne:
- Laser and Light Treatments
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL), Micro Laser Peel, Fractional Laser treatments. These therapies can be used alone or in combination with acne medications in order to achieve the best results in acne treatment.This treatment will going to help you to get clear and beautiful skin.
There are some over-the-counter options that can be tried first, like benzoyl peroxide washes or gels. Most of these medications are prescribed by a dermatologist after evaluation of the skin, medical history, hormonal status, allergies and other factors that go into the decision about acne treatment choices.
- Diet and hormones
There are multiple androgenic, anabolic and growth hormones present in cow’s milk. Daily Consumption of milk and dairy products leads to acne, as there is no such thing as hormone-free cow’s milk. Discontinuing consumption of milk and dairy products, such as cheese, yogurt, butter, ice cream, sour cream and even milk chocolate, and eating a diet of lean proteins, unsaturated fats and complex carbohydrates will be helpful in acne control, but don’t avoid milk product completely have this product in limitation because these product are also beneficial for skin glow.