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Dilated Pore of Winer or (blackhead)

- all familiar, often desperate disease. But a lone pimple is not necessarily an eel - this can be the result of an allergic reaction, a skin infection. Only a specialist will help determine this.
Youth acne, contrary to popular belief, is not a disease that can be "outgrown." Moreover, some acne starts after reaching puberty. The choice of ways to treat simple acne does not depend on age.

The appearance of blackheads ranges from single rashes to extensive lesions that can affect the face, chest and back.
An important role in the development of acne is played by hereditary and hormonal factors. With the onset of puberty, men and women begin to produce an increased number of male sex hormones, which are considered one of the reasons for the appearance of acne.

Stress alone is not the cause of the development of acne, however, nervous tension and physical overloads make the disease worse. Simultaneously with the resolution of a traumatic situation, the condition of the skin usually improves.

There are 4 types of acne: papula (pimple), pustule (pustule), closed eel (white head) and open (black head). The listed 4 types may not be present at the same time, perhaps a combination thereof.
  Acne begins in the hair follicle. Normally the secret of sebaceous glands rises along the ducts to the surface of the skin and exits through the pore. When a disease occurs, a group of cells clogs the exit from the gland. The black color of the head depends on the skin pigment, which is oxidized by oxygen from the air (this is not dirt, as many people think).
   The white head is formed when the plug is under the skin and does not come into contact with the air. The formation of the white head is the decisive stage in the development of the eel. In the clogged follicle, fat and dead cells begin to accumulate. These accumulations are an excellent nutrient medium for bacteria that are harmless in normal conditions.
   Then the follicle bursts, and its contents spread over the subcutaneous tissue, leading to the formation of papules, pustules and cysts. With the spread of the eel deep into the skin, cysts are formed, and from the destruction of normal dermal tissue, scars form on the skin. In order to help the skin cope with the problem of acne, try to follow the following recommendations.
   Use a gentle means for washing, do not wash for too long and do not rub the skin. We recommend a foam that minimizes rubbing of the skin, removing dirt easily and without injuring the skin. Plus in its composition contains a complex of antiseptic and anti-inflammatory oils, as well as an amino acid. And most importantly, it does not violate the hydro-lipid barrier, i.e. Do not overdry the skin as many remedies for problem skin. So the skin will be able to recover.

- Avoid using rough sponges and towels. Soft, but thorough cleansing, listed above, is enough. Any mechanical damage will provoke a current of acne.

- Do not use alcohol-based drying agents. Today, there is very little money left on the cosmetic market with alcohol, because cosmetologists all over the world regularly explain how much it can dry the skin by dissolving its own lipids.

- Do not touch, do not pick and squeeze pimples. In the first minutes, looking in the mirror, an illusion is created that by removing 1-2 pimples, you will part with them forever. In fact, you not only mechanically damage the skin, but also increase inflammation, which in turn triggers a number of other skin reactions. In addition, the inflammation can spread to neighboring areas, and eventually accelerates the aging of the skin. Constant inflammation is a guarantee of thinned and wrinkled skin before biological time.

- The daily care cream should not only take off the inflammation and contain antiseptic components. It should support the skin, promoting its healthy functioning and self-healing. We offer matting cream for problem skin, which moisturizes, but it absorbs excess sebum, not allowing bacteria to spread.

If you doubt or the problem in your opinion is serious (rashes are not individual), be sure to consult a doctor!

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