- from Skin
The world’s most common skin ailment is acne vulgaris. Its symptoms are clogged pores, pimples, and deeper lumps that occur on the face, neck, chest, and other parts of the body.
Many people believe that chocolate or greasy foods cause it. Others say not washing enough is the problem. Both are myths, although a nutritious diet and good hygiene are still crucial to being and staying healthy.
Teenage acne is caused by rising hormone levels. Hormones are the body’s internal messengers, carrying messages that control how most of the body’s cells and tissues work. Hormones tell the sebaceous glands to boost oil production. Dead skin cells can clog hair follicles, leading to whiteheads, blackheads, and angry red lumps.
At its worst, acne has disfigured faces and made some unlucky people deeply unhappy. It teaches us a harsh lesson about the role that skin plays in our self-image.