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Acne is the most common skin problem that affects most of the people during their puberty and sometimes even tends to continue to their adult phase as well. Acne can be frustrating at times since the skin becomes sensitive to most of the creams or cosmetics and the best moments of life can be ruined with this condition. Most of the teens fight with acne as it tends to affect their confidence levels and also causes pain inflation at a time besides depriving the skin of its natural beauty.

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What causes acne?

Acne is the primary sign of reaching puberty in teens who go through hormonal changes. And there are multiple factors that induce the outbreak of acne. Acne is small reddish pimples or bumps that appear in clusters mostly in the cheeks and forehead part of the face. The infection sometimes also flourishes due to bacterial outbreak on skin surface. It is important to treat acne as it can damage the skin to the extent of causing permanent scars if left untreated.

How to treat Acne?

Acne can be treated with topical application creams, and it is always advisable to consult a specialist in the early stages of acne since it can be regulated without causing further damage. Usually, topical creams containing topical retinoids or benzoyl peroxides are prescribed at time oral anti-biotics are also suggested.

Can Acne be cured?

Acne is not a disease and since it is a skin condition developed it can be treated completely. Consult our skincare experts to help you advise relevant medication for treating Acne. Book your appointment now or walk into our clinic in Kukatpally, Hyderabad.

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  • Hormones.
  • Androgen is a type of hormone, the levels of which rise when adolescence begins. In women, it gets converted into estrogen..
  • Rising androgen levels cause the oil glands under the skin to grow. The enlarged gland produces more sebum. Excessive sebum can break down cellular walls in the pores, causing bacteria to grow..
  • Sebaceous gland blockage.
  • Bacteria and inflammation. Increased numbers of acne bacteria (Propionibacterium acnes) accumulate in the duct and contribute to the inflammation that develops in the pimples.
  • Genetics. Hereditary factors contribute, however it is not known exactly how this works.
  • Stress. Adrenal glands produce more androgens when an individual is stressed. This can make acne worse.
  • Diet. Certain diets may contribute to the development of acne, however good scientific data is lacking.
  • Occupation. In rare cases people working in certain industries may develop occupational acne where strict Work Health and Safety regulations have not been observed.

There are many safe and effective acne treatments. However, it takes patience and persistence, at least 6 to 8 weeks, (including chemical peels topical treatment, antibiotics , hormonal therapy or systemic retinoids).

Improvements that may be seen with treatment include fewer acne lesions, less severe inflammation in the papules/pustules and more rapid healing. As inflammation heals, the acne spots may appear pink, red or even purple .

In severe acne, scarring can occur because of deeper, more severe inflammation, nodules and cysts. and in some people they may leave a brown mark that usually, but not always, fades with timeAcne is often characterised by flare-ups and acne free periods. This may continue for 3 to 5 years, but with consistent and persistent treatment the flare-ups can be minimised and long-term side effects reduced.

No, there can be a bacterial component to acne, but organisms are part of the normal skin flora. They cause inflammation but not infection. Acne cannot be transmitted to others.

Nicotine promotes comedone (blackhead and whitehead) formation.

You should not squeeze spots as this can cause scarring.

Acne does run in families. If your parents had acne, there may be a chance that you will, but most acne occurs sporadically, for no obvious reason.

Acne scars are the result of the body’s inflammatory response to acne lesions..". Although no single treatment is best for everyone, an acne chemical peel may provide effective treatment for some patients' deep acne scars., more than one treatment may be necessary. Another alternative for deep acne scars is laser skin resurfacing.