Acne might not seem very dangerous, but that doesn’t mean one shouldn’t think of ways to fight it.
But how can I fight my acne? Well, it’s not easy. That’s why it is worth mentioning between microbes and disease articles.
Acne might seem like something quite familiar to teenage boys and girls or acne in the 20s at the latest. But that is not always the case. In my experience as a Board-certified nutrition specialist, I have seen acne in 30-year-old women, and, of course, they wanted to get rid of it.
WHAT CAUSES PIMPLES ON THE FACE?
When we talk about acne, it can happen due to P. acnes bacteria that “lives on healthy skin, invades hair follicles, causing irritation and infection.” Some people might even live with acne problems and hope that they will go away. Causes of pimples on the face in adults are more frustrating as you look like a teenager. In this case, it is not necessarily a good thing. If you are a woman at your best age, why should you deal with those unpleasant-looking pimples? They also might be itchy, or you might want to push them out. In many cases they have pus inside that comes out, and you might think that after that everything will be better, but what you can get from those actions are new pimples.
HOW TO HELP STOP PIMPLES FROM FORMING ON THE FACE
For now, most doctors will prescribe antibiotics that you can apply directly to the skin where it is problematic. Antibiotics also come in various forms. And you can get some as pills, which makes it easier to consume depending on the daily dosage. These antibiotics travel through the body killing microbes – not only the bad ones but also those that are beneficial (e.g., Lactobacillus johnsonii, Viridans Streptococci, Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron). At the same time, there is another drawback – antibiotics make an organism prone to other illnesses because the immune system is weaker than usual.
One of the causes of pimples on the face in adults can be the imbalance between bacteria that causes acne and the bacteria/microbes that protect. Acne usually comes with an infection which also means inflammation. Either case is not suitable for anyone’s body no matter their habits or weight. Nobody wants to have acne in their 30s or 40s, but sadly, I see that this problem has become more and more common among women. Additional testing can help to determine how you are off-balance and what support measures can help to bring you back in balance.
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