As many other phenomena that we come across in our life, acne has some stereotypes. For example, it is thought that acne is a problem which concerns mostly youngsters. Sometimes young adult men regard themselves as “still teenagers” only because they are not able to dispose of acne which they associate with adolescence. That is at least not correct, as regarding acne as a mostly problem with face skin – acne appear at many places but the thing is that on the face they are more noticeable and therefore cause more problems.
The same is with age – of course, adult acne are not so frequent as acne in puberty age, but still millions adult men complain on having them and millions of adult women break forth when they notice these ugly little spots on the face of their own reflection. As a rule, acne forms when sebaceous glands under our skin begin to produce too much oil, or this oil is not removed from the skin – in such case it chokes skin pores together with dead skin, sweat and dust. Acne can also be a consequence of allergy or of harmful activity of a follicle mite – this ugly small creature is parasitizing in sebaceous glands and hair bulbs. The latter case is the hardest in all cases of having acne, but nevertheless it is quite remediable as well and some visits to dermatologist will help you to get rid of this filthy arachnid.
A good remedy, of course, is to prevent acne, which is easier and less costly that curing inveterate skin disease. But one believes in wonder when hears a sound of thunder – that’s why over and over again people have to fight against many avoidable troubles.
If you do have acne, the best advice will be to pay a visit to a cosmetologist or dermatologist. But if you really don’t have time and wish to spend your precious time and money in a hospital, you may try an effective remedy for adult acne like black earth, yeast mask or salicylic acid. Acne can be treated with calendula infusion or some other alcohol-containing preparations.