Puberty acne causes increased sebum production that clogs pores. Maze creates the ideal environment for bacteria that contribute to the formation of comedones or even inflammation. Acne can aggravate heredity, premenstrual syndrome or menstruation, stress, inappropriate diet and smoking. Also, take care of your skin regularly, adjust the diet as recommended by the practitioner, do not smoke and sleep for at least 7 hours. All types of acne in women tend to get worse before menstruation.
Hotness in the lung pathway: occurs mostly in younger people, papules (red pimple without pus) and pustules (red pimple containing pus) appear mainly on the forehead, nose and surroundings or the whole face. gastric and colon pathways: manifested by more oily skin, frequent redness, large to purulent pimples, which occur mainly around the mouth, under jaw angles, on the neckline and back. Blood blockage, bitterness in the blood: in this type of acne the incidence is later, quite often after the age of 30 or in women typically after contraception. Acne usually occurs without greater suppuration, typically in the form of papules and painful modulations.
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