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Pimples - How to Get Rid of Pimples Naturally with Home Remedies


Definition

A pimple is a type of skin lesion that is caused by inflamed or obstructed pores. When dealing with the phenomenon of pimples it is usually youth pimples that come to mind. Youth pimples stands out from pimples in grown ups in that the latter variant is more likely to be accompanied by greasy skin. Also we know that on the other hand it is less often in adults after the youth. Adults are considered to respond better to treatment with antibiotics than what youths do. A state of numerous pimples is called acne. The emergance of acne has its reasons in the production of tallow in the skin. The preliminary stage of a pimple is the comedone. All comedons is possible to see with the naked eye.

Although many people suffer from this condition only during the teenage years, pimples can occur throughout adulthood, depending on your hormonal activity, heredity and hygiene.

Causes

  1. Constipation may be one of the causes which are responsible for pimples.
  2. One cause may be not cleansing the face thoroughly.
  3. Pimples may appear on face due to over consumption of coco cola, tea or coffee etc.
  4. Less consumption of water may cause pimples
  5. Sebum and bacteria can get trapped in the pores, causing swelling and redness. The swelling and redness are signs of a small infection, called a pimple.
  6. In teenage the hormones changes quickly. This can also cause the pimples.
  7. Pimples are not contagious and are not transmitted from one person to another.

Symptoms

  1. The signs and symptoms of folliculitis vary, depending on the type of infection.
  2. In superficial forms of the disorder, small pimples develop around one or more hair follicles.
  3. The pimples sometimes contain pus (pustules), and they may crust over or be surrounded by an area that's red and inflamed.
  4. Some Pimples which affects the entire hair follicle can cause more severe signs and symptoms, including large, painful, pus-filled pimples that may leave scars when they heal.
  5. The skin which is risked to have pimples may have blackheads, whiteheads, postules or cysts etc. on skin.

Treatment

  1. Clean your skin gently with a mild, non-drying soap. Remove all dirt or make-up. Wash once or twice a day, including after exercising. However, avoid excessive or repeated skin washing.
  2. Use shampoo in hairs especially when the hairs are oily.
  3. Do not squeeze, rub, or touch the pimples with hands. It may cause scarring and can cause skin infection.
  4. Avoid lotions and creams if your skin is oily. Wash your face with clean water and use soap rarely.
  5. Topical vitamin A derivatives that are used in the treatment of acne also may have a role in the treatment of pimples.
  6. Sulphur is recommended if skin is rough and dry.
  7. Hormonal medications like oral contraceptives are also helpful.
  8. In severe cases isotretinoin may be prescribed. This is extremely effective, but side effects may include severe birth defects, changes in blood fats and cholesterols, and mood changes.

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