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Acne is a complication of the oil glands in the skin. Acne is most common during adolescence, affecting more than 85% of teenagers, and naturally continues into adulthood. Stern acne may affect many facets of a person's life, causing a great deal of embarrassment and stress. There are many changes of acne, differeing in severity from mild to severely disfiguring. Some of the more common forms of acne are acne vulgaris is the most public form of acne. It includes various types of lesion.

Individual acne lesions generally last less than two weeks but the deeper papules and nodules can insist for months. These acne lesions comprehend blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, nodules and cysts. Males are more prone than females to involve acne vulgaris the age of onset is commonly between 18 and 30 years.

Mild Acne (juveenile Acne) is the most common acne disorder that strikes the teenagers a great deal. Acne Rosacea mostly arises in middle-aged adults. Rosacea commonly occurs on the face, though the neck and upper chest are also sometimes inclued. A mild degree of eye (ocular) involvement happens in more than 50 percent of people having rosacea.

Acne fulminans is a sudden assault of highly destructive inflammation. Proof of severe nodulocystic, often ulcerating acne are distinct. It originates suddenly in a person with inflammatory acne. Other forms of acne is comedo (plural comedones)—A comedo is a sebaceous follicle congested with sebum, dead cells from inside the sebaceous follicle, tiny hairs, and quondams bacteria.

When a comedo is open, it is commonly known as blackhead as the surface of the plug in the follicle has a blackish complexion. Perioral dermatitis is almost unswerving to young women. The presence of tiny papules (red bumps), pustules (pus-filled yellowish bumps) and scaling with severe itching are symptoms of perioral dermatitis. Gram-negative folliculitis is bacterial infection identified by pustules and cysts, possibly causing a complication resulting from a long term antibiotic treatment of acne vulgaris. Other types of acne is blackheads.

Blackheads develops when a pore is only partially clogged, apportioning some of the trapped sebum (oil), bacteria, and dead skin cells to slowly drain to the surface. The black color is not occured by dirt.

Cyst is type of acne. Cysts and nodules usually occur synchronously in a acute form of acne called nodulocystic. This triggers a body mechanism that runs white blood cells to the contaged site to fight off bacteria.

An acne cyst may look same to a nodule, but is pus-filled, and has been delineated as having a diameter of 5mm or more across. A cyst is a sac-like lesion containing liquid or semi-liquid substance having of white blood cells, dead cells, and bacteria. It is larger than a pustule, can be severely impelled, extends into deeper layers of the skin, may be very unpalatable, and may result in scarring. Macule—A macule is the provisional red spot left by a healed acne lesion. It is flat, mainly red or red-pink, with a well outlined border. A macule may endure for days to weeks prior disappearing.