Types of Acne
Struggling with persistent pimples that seem to defy acne logic? If you’ve ever experienced small itchy red spots on your skin that didn’t improve with normal acne treatment, you may already be familiar with fungal acne.
When you have acne-prone skin it can feel like you are constantly discovering different types of bumps on your face. From closed comedones to papules to cysts, there are many ways that our skin demonstrates its displeasure at clogged pores. If you’ve ever felt small, gritty, non-inflamed bumps on your skin that might poke through with the appearance of a grain of sand, chances are you’ve encountered sebum plugs.
Closed comedones are pimples in their earliest stage, small skin colored or white bumps on the skin’s surface that mostly refuse to be popped. Are closed comedones getting under your skin? Keep reading to learn more about these small bumps and how to treat them.
Unlock the mysteries of open comedones and arm yourself with knowledge and treatments to combat those pesky blackheads.
Did the promised pregnancy glow turn out to be a layer of oil and acne? Maybe this is the first time you’ve experienced breakouts like this, or maybe you’ve already gone through acne and thought you had come out the other side. Either way, you are probably wondering how long does pregnancy acne last?
When pimples start showing up around your mouth and chin, it can be disturbing to have them so…
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that affects up to 10 percent of women of reproductive age.