The main causes of acne
Acne vulgaris, usually appears on the face, back, shoulders and chest. Its main cause is the increased sebum secretion and cornification of the skin, which leads to clogging of horny plugs sebaceous glands. In turn, the process begins with the appearance of eel of infection in the skin, which leads to an abscess. After a certain period of time the pus can penetrate the epidermis and get out. This inflammatory infiltrate composed of white blood cells and the surrounding pimple starts to dissolve. If he was a large abscess, the period of his healing scar will remain.
In addition to the ordinary can be spherical acne. This rash is located deep in the skin - in the subcutaneous tissue of the body. In this case, the pus is not easy to break out, so infections can spread to deeper tissues.
Ball acne may merge with each other.
There are many different reasons why you may experience acne: failure (A, B2) or excessive content of vitamins in the body (B6, B12), impaired fat balance (lipids), which may be due to malnutrition, changing the functions of the endocrine glands (adrenal cortex, pituitary, parathyroid), violation of the gastrointestinal tract, the main increase in activity of the sebaceous glands, which is often due to an excess of male hormones - androgens.
The use of any hormonal contraceptives or their cancellation could also contribute to acne.
Also, the appearance of acne can affect genetic predisposition. For example, a child whose parents suffered from acne, most likely, will also give eels a certain age.
It causes inflammation of acne
Inflamed acne can be caused by the normal microflora of the human skin. In turn, this can help to increase sebum, as well as changes in the chemical composition of sebum. The increased amount of glucose in the blood and the body is a fundamental factor in the inflammation of acne.
Stressful situation in itself may not be a direct cause of acne, but it can lead to increased manipulation of the skin and wounds on her injury. Very strong stress can disrupt the hormonal balance.