What can I do for severe acne with skin peels and what causes this condition? Cystic acne can be difficult to deal with but with proper treatments and home care, can be treated. Red Lotus in Portland, Oregon talks about extreme acne.Read Now
Trapped sebum is ideal for a germ (bacterium) called Propionibacterium acnes to live and multiply. Small numbers of this bacterium normally live on the skin and do no harm. However, if a large number develop in the trapped sebum, the immune system may react and cause inflammation. If inflammation develops, it causes the surrounding skin to become red and the spots become larger and filled with pus (pustules). In some cases the pustules become even larger and form into small nodules and cysts.
Each inflamed spot will heal eventually. In some cases, the area of skin that was inflamed remains discoloured for several months after the inflammation has gone (post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation). This is often more noticeable in darker-skinned people. Also, a small pitted scar is commonly left on the skin where there was an inflamed spot. These small scars often do not fade fully and are a marker in older people that they once had inflamed acne spots. Skin peels are an excellent way to get rid of acne and the scars that come from it. Come in and get peel or consultation with us at Red Lotus skin peel and lash salon.
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