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Acne vulgaris is the world’s most common skin problem. It causes clogged pores, pimples, and bigger bumps. These may be on the face, neck, chest, and other areas.
Some say chocolate or greasy foods cause acne. Others say it comes from not washing enough. Those ideas are false. But you still need to eat right and have good hygiene to stay healthy.
Rising hormone levels cause teenage acne. Hormones are messengers in the body. They carry information that controls how almost all the body’s cells and tissues work. Hormones boost oil production in the sebaceous glands. Hair follicles can get clogged by dead skin cells. Extra oil and clogged follicles? Hello, complexion problems.
At its worst, acne scars people’s faces. It can make people miserable. It teaches a harsh lesson about how we see skin in our self-image.