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Pimples Information and Treatment

Pimples is basically a skin disease typical to youth, but it may occur to the people at any age. If a pore gets clogged but stays open, the top may darken and you've got a blackhead. The most common cause of pimples is acne. A pimple happens when dead skin and bacteria work their way under live skin. But some people get only a rash or small bumps on the skin that appear to be pimples. There also may be flu-like symptoms, including fever and swollen lymph glands in the groin, following the initial infection. Some have painful urination and some women have fluid discharge from the vagina. Pimples relates the term acne which is used to describe whiteheads, blackheads, and pimples. Most teenagers get the type of acne called acne vulgaris, which can show up on the face, neck, shoulders, back, and chest. Skin pores contain oil glands which naturally lubricate your skin and hair. But sometimes if a pore gets clogged beneath the skin with excess oil and bacteria, the dreaded acne is caused. Whiteheads happen when a pore gets clogged, closes, and then bulges out.

A pimple is a type of skin lesion that is caused by inflamed and/or obstructed pores. Pimples affect almost 90% of the population at some time during their lives. Several factors contribute to the onset of pimples. Several factors contribute to the onset of pimples. Although pimples affect around 20 million teenagers in the United States, there is a growing number of adults with skin blemishes This results in acne lesions that go from blackheads to pimples to nodules. Pimples are not something that can be cured, however they can be controlled using acne medications. Although the common saying "eating chocolate gives you pimples" is a myth, what you consume can impact your skin. Since pimples usually affect everyone at some point in their lives, it is a good idea to seek proactive treatment.

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