|All About Acne Dermatology Course|
The All About Acne Course teaches you everything you need to know about acne vulgaris to clear your complexion permanently or to help your family, friends or clients with acne manage it more successfully.
Topics covered in this All About Acne Course include:
1. The causes of acne
2. The different types of acne
3. The symptoms of acne
4. Things that worsen acne
5. The prevention of acne
6. The medical treatment of acne
7. Skincare tips to control acne
8. Stress management tips to stop acne
9. Foods that can improve acne
10. Dietary supplements to manage acne
11. Herbal medicine recipes for acne treatment
12. Aromatherapy recipes for managing acne by using essential oils
13. Lifestyle modifications to control acne
14. Correcting acne myths.
What is Acne Vulgaris?
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Acne vulgaris is a skin disease which affects the skin pore or the pilosebaceous unit. This unit consists of a hair follicle and a sebaceous or oil producing gland which are connected by a canal through which the hair shaft passes to the skin’s surface.
What Causes Acne Vulgaris?
Acne vulgaris is caused by an interplay of several factors. These include:
1. Increased sebum or oil production
2. Clogging of the skin pore by skin cells
3. The bacteria Propionibacterium acnes
5. Genes because in families where both parents have acne, 3 out of 4 of their children develop acne.
What are the Different Types of Acne?
There are several different types of acne and knowing the type of acne you may be suffering from is important so that you can manage it more effectively. These different types of acne include:
1. Neonatal acne - This type is triggered by the stimulation of the newborn baby's sebaceous glands by the mother's hormones. It is also known as acne neonatorum.
2. Teenage acne - This type is triggered by the increase in production of androgens or male sex hormones during puberty.
3. Cyclic acne - This type is triggered by the release of hormones after ovulation and it usually results in premenstrual flare ups of acne or the development of pimples just before the monthly periods.
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