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ACNE: A COMMON SKIN ISSUE

Krishna Dev, Ajay Kumar Gupta and Shashi Kiran Misra*

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Acne vulgaris is a long-term skin condition in which dead skin cells and oil block hair follicles. Blackheads or whiteheads, pimples, splotchy skin, and scars are all symptoms of this illness. Increased sebum production, which produces oily skin and can lead to acne, is a common complaint. Several factors have an impact on sebum production. Propionibacterium acnes cause Acne vulgaris in adolescence, which is triggered by normal circulating dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). It's a common skin ailment that causes inflammatory and non-inflammatory lesions on the face, upper arms, chest, and back. Sebum levels normally start low in childhood, rise in the middle to late adolescent years, and then remain stable until endogenous androgen production declines in the seventh and eighth decades. Acne can't be cured or prevented, but it can be managed properly. The lumps and pimples take a long time to cure, and as one goes away, another arises. Depending on the severity of acne, it can cause mental distress as well as skin scarring. Although acne can leave scars on the skin, it seldom causes long-term health problems. The face, for example, is an important aspect of one's self-body image. Even a little lesion in this location might be painful to the patient and seem large. This image has been connected to depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and social isolation, among other mental diseases.

Keywords: Acne, Acne scars, Skincare, Comedones, and Propionibacterium acnes;


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