How Acne Produce on our Skin
Acne is a common skin condition where your skin closes due to pierced hair, sebum (an oily substance), bacteria and dead skin cells. These barriers produce blackheads, whiteheads, nodules and other types of pimples. Acne is almost everyone's problem😅. It is the most common skin condition that people experience. It is estimated that 80% of people aged 11 to 30 will have at least one mild type of acne, and most people are affected by it at some point in their lives.
Oily skin occurs when the sebaceous glands in the skin form a lot of sebum. Sebum actually protects the skin. Sebum is very important to keep the skin healthy. However, too much sebum can lead to oily skin, closed pores and acne. To manage oily skin, there is often a need for someone who makes regular skin care a habit. Although oily skin can prevent pores and cause acne breakdowns, oily skin also has many benefits. Oil helps protect the skin, and people with oily skin have thick and low wrinkles. The key is to balance between having too much oil and maintaining your skin's natural moisture.
Best tricks to treat acne
Honey is one of nature's most great acne treatments. Thanks to its antibacterial and bacterial capabilities, it can benefit oily and acne infected skin. Honey is also a natural humectant, so it helps keep skin moist but not oil. This is because humectants pull out of the skin without changing moisture. To use honey to treat acne and oily skin, spread a thin layer, preferably raw, on your face. Let it dry for about 10 minutes, and wash thoroughly with warm water.
Types Of acne
Blackheads: open spots on the skin that are filled with excess oil and dead skin. They look like dirt has accumulated in the bump, but the dark spots are actually caused by the reflection of irregular light from the filled follicle. Whiteheads: spots that are closed to oily and dead skin. Pimples: small red or pink spots that become swollen. Pustules: pumps that contain pus. They look like white heads surrounded by red circles. They can cause scarring if raised or scratched. Fungal acne (pityrosporum folliculitis): this type occurs when hair follicles become excess of yeast. They can become itchy and swelling. Nodules: solid pimples that go deep into your skin. They are big and painful. Cysts: pus filled grains. These can cause scars.
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I know honey has a lot of health benefits but I didn't know it could treat acne