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Acne is a common skin condition that occurs when hair follicles become clogged with oil and dead skin cells. It can lead to the formation of pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, and cysts.

Types :
  • Comedonal Acne: Characterized by the presence of blackheads and whiteheads.
  • Inflammatory Acne: Includes red and swollen pimples, pustules, and nodules.
  • Cystic Acne: Involves deep, painful, and inflamed cysts that can lead to scarring.
Causes :
  • Excess sebum (oil) production by the skin
  • Accumulation of dead skin cells
  • Bacterial overgrowth, especially Propionibacterium acnes
  • Inflammation
  • Pimples (papules)
  • Whiteheads (closed comedones)
  • Blackheads (open comedones)
  • Pustules (pimples with pus)
  • Nodules (large, painful lumps beneath the skin)
  • Cysts (deep, painful, pus-filled lumps)
  • A healthcare provider diagnoses acne through visual examination of the skin.
  • The severity and type of acne are assessed to determine the appropriate treatment.
Risk Factors:
  • Hormonal changes (puberty, menstrual cycles, pregnancy)
  • Family history of acne
  • Certain medications
  • Diet high in refined sugars and dairy
  • Smoking
  • Stress
  • Maintain good skincare hygiene
  • Avoid excessive touching of the face
  • Use non-comedogenic skincare products
  • Maintain a balanced diet
  • Manage stress effectively
  • Avoid picking or squeezing pimples
Homoeopathic Treatment:
  • Hepar Sulph: For pimples that are painful and sensitive to touch, and prone to infection.
  • Silicea: When pimples are slow to heal, and there's a tendency to form abscesses.
  • Kali Bromatum: Used for severe, deep-seated acne with pustules and nodules.
  • As with any medical condition, it's important to consult a qualified and experienced homeopath for personalized treatment recommendations. Homeopathy aims to address the underlying causes and individual constitution.

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