Acne is a small skin disease that causes oily skin and small red and white pimples. This condition most often begins in adolescence and ends, in most cases, before the age of 25. However, there are adults affected by this condition.
According to some dermatologists, the development of acne is one of the consequences of stress, responsible for the modification of hormonal secretions. However, pollution, hormonal factors and an excess of dead cells can also be at the origin of the development of acne.
Acne in adults
Acne pimplesAdults, women are the most concerned: lesions (blackheads, cysts, etc.) are few in number but deep enough and most often inflammatory. These lesions are localised, for the majority of cases, in the lower part of the face.
People suffering from acne are advised to use the following advice for their personal hygiene:
Aleppo soap for very irritated skin (acne, psoriasis and eczema), which contains 45% laurel berry oil,
donkey milk soap.
For more severe cases of acne, and when the previous treatments are not sufficient, the use of prescription drugs prescribed by the doctor will be necessary.