YOUR PERSONAL ACNEASE GUIDE

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Women Adult Acne is caused by an over production of sebum, an oily substance produced by the skin's sebaceous glands. Sebum clogs pores, which can support bacterial growth and inflammation. For some women, acne breakouts are a result of an over production of androgens (male hormones) that are powerful stimulators of sebaceous glands. Even both women and men produce testosterone, estrogen and progesterone; the difference is how much and what really is needed for different genders. It should be noted that an imbalance in both male (testosterone) and female hormones (estrogen) can cause breakouts. For women, this can happen during pregnancy, peri-menopause and menopause and for many other reasons. Some medications, such as corticosteroids, oral contraceptives and some cosmetics can also contribute to the development of acne. You need to rebalance your body from within, and get to the cause, to really get rid of acne.
  • Mild: Small number of small pimples usually appear periodically on the face and forehead.
  • Moderate: Numerous and/or frequent inflamed pimples that cover larger areas of the face and forehead, and are generally more persistent.
  • Severe: Larger pimples and some cysts, many inflamed, cover larger areas of face, persistent and chronic.
  • Body: Pimples and/or cysts on the back and/or, neck, shoulders, buttocks.
  • Body and Face: Pimples on the face, chest and/or back, neck, shoulders, buttocks.
  • Chronic Mild: Suffered for 3 or more years with Mild Acne
  • Chronic (Moderate & Severe): Suffered with Acne for 3 or more years.
  • Athletes: BODY and BODY & FACE: Pimples and/or cysts on the face, chest and/or back, neck, shoulders, buttocks. For those who exercise more than 8 times a week and/or those who weigh 175 lbs or more with Moderate and Severe Body and Body & Face Acne.
Men Adult Acne The primary culprit of male acne is testosterone, NOT poor hygiene as often suspected. A number of factors can cause an increase in sebaceous gland secretions, but the androgen hormones, in particular the analogs of testosterone, dehydrotestotsterone (DHT) and dihydroepiandrosterone (DHEAS), are thought to have the most dramatic impact on sebaceous gland secretions.
Since men naturally have more testosterone related hormones in their bodies, it is more likely that more of the analogs (DHT & DHEAS) may be found circulating freely in the blood, leading to an increased risk of acne. So, if you are a guy with acne, you now know that you have it because guys have more testosterone, and if you really want to get rid of your acne, you must rebalance your body from with-in, not just by using some topical products which only focus on symptoms.
  • Mild: Small number of small pimples appear periodically on the face and forehead.
  • Moderate: Numerous and/or frequent inflamed pimples that cover larger areas of the face and forehead, and are generally more persistent.
  • Severe: Large pimples and some cysts, many inflamed, cover larger areas of face, persistent and chronic.
  • Body: Pimples and/or cysts on the back and/or, neck, shoulders, buttocks.
  • Body and Face: Pimples on the face, chest and/or back, neck, shoulders, buttocks.
  • Chronic Mild: Suffered for 3 or more years with Mild Acne
  • Chronic (Moderate & Severe): Suffered with Acne for 3 or more years.
  • Athletes: BODY and BODY & FACE: Pimples and/or cysts on the face, chest and/or back, neck, shoulders, buttocks. For those who exercise more than 8 times a week and/or those who weigh 175 lbs or more with Moderate and Severe Body and Body & Face Acne.
Teen Acne The causes (pathogenesis) of acne vulgaris (common acne) in teens can be attributed to increased sebaceous gland secretions influenced by increasing androgen (male hormones) levels and potential fluctuations in estrogen levels. This applies to both young men and young women during their adolescent years. When clogging of the pores of the skin with excess sebum and dead skin cells (white heads and black heads) is followed by the growth of bacteria (Propionibacterium acnes), an inflammatory cascade results, which is a more serious form of acne. To help teens to get clear skin, you need to rebalance their body to help sebaceous glands to come back to a normal activity by treating the cause from within, not just by using topical products that only eliminate symptoms.
  • Mild to Moderate: Small number of small pimples usually appear on the face and forehead periodically.
  • Moderate to Severe: Numerous and/or frequent inflamed pimples that cover larger areas of the face and forehead and are generally more persistent.
  • Body: Pimples and/or cysts on the back and/or, neck, shoulders, even buttocks.
  • Body & Face: Pimples and/or on the face and back and/or, neck, shoulders, buttocks.
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