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Acnes and pimples
Acnes are on my face and back also They are not ending I have dry skin also Pimples are too much on my back And my one chick is full of them
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Please don't wear tight clothes and bathe at least 3 times a day. Please wash your bed sheets regularly.
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Mild Acne can be treated by over the counter daily wash products but for medium and severe Acne please consult a Physician.
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Acne gets treated but it needs patience.
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Hello, metabolic disorder is the main cause of acne. But there has some other disorders with you like constipation, weight gaining etc. A characterised case recording is required for proper treatment. May contact through website askhomoeo.com to get phone no and consultation.
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These problems can be readily be treated. Most of the times it is seen that acne is related to hormonal changes in the body especially in females. But, constipation can also be one of the reason.
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Acne is an inflammatory skin disorder of the skin’s sebaceous glands and hair follicles that affects about 80% of people between the ages of 12 and 24. During puberty high levels of hormones are produced in both girls and boys. This leads to the production of large quantities of sebum. Sebum is an irritant that can clog the pores and form a pimple which may become infected and form a pustule. Hormones don’t go away after adolescence. Many women still get premenstrual acne from of the release of progesterone after ovulation. Causes of Acne The exact cause of acne is unknown, several related factors are: 1) Hormonal activity supposed to be responsible, such as menstrual cycles and puberty. 2) Increase in hormones called androgens (male sex hormones), which causes sebaceous glands to enlarge and make more sebum. 3) Hormonal changes related to pregnancy can also cause acne. 4) Another factor is heredity or genetics. 5) Accumulation of dead skin cell. 6) Bacteria in the pores, to which body becomes allergic. 7) Skin irritation or scratching of any sort will active the inflammation. 8) Starting or stopping birth control pill 9)Some types of medicine. 10)  Greasy makeup. Homeopathy treats the person as a whole. It means that homeopathic treatment focuses on the patient as a person, as well as his pathological condition. The homeopathic medicines are selected after a full individualizing examination and case-analysis, which includes the medical history of the patient, physical and mental constitution etc
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Hello there..... Wash problem areas with a gentle cleanser. Twice a day, use your hands to wash your face with a mild soap and warm water. ... Avoid irritants. You may want to avoid oily or greasy cosmetics, sunscreens, hairstyling products or acne concealers. Use products labeled water-based or noncomedogenic, which means they are less likely to cause acne..... Don't pick or squeeze blemishes. Doing so can cause infection or scarring. Consult Dermatologist...
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