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When people think of acne, they usually think of puberty. However, not only adolescents suffer from the skin disease during puberty, but acne is also a problem for many adults.
Zimply Natural not only offers individual recipes to improve your health, but also provides you with all kinds of tips and information on this site, which should help you to understand the subject of your complaints in the best possible way.
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Acne is a chronic form of inflammation of the sebaceous glands, characterized by pimples, nodules, pustules or blackheads. Each course of acne is different and therefore also different in severity. Acne usually occurs on the face, neck, décolleté or back (neck area).
Most often, acne is caused by hormonal changes, as in adolescents during puberty or in adults during pregnancy or menopause. Genetic predispositions or external influences can also be a reason for acne.
One should make sure to get enough sleep, eat a balanced and healthy diet (no excessively fatty or sweet foods) and abstain from alcohol and nicotine.
Basically, to improve the appearance of the skin with acne, one should be consistent in cleaning, treatment and care. In addition, the skin should not be irritated by "squeezing" pimples, for example, and under no circumstances should the face be touched with unwashed hands. Acne can be treated with natural methods such as ZIMPLY NATURAL's individual spagyric sprays.
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The most common skin disease worldwide
Acne is an inflammatory change of skin appendages such as sebaceous glands and hair follicles. Excessive sebum production causes the sebaceous glands to become clogged. Most forms of acne are endogenous, meaning that the cause of acne comes from within. Usually, acne begins with hormonal changes. The most common endogenous form is acne vulgaris, also known as "common acne." Common acne usually appears during puberty and ends around the age of 25.
Did you know that...
... acne used to be called fin rash?
... acne is known since ancient times and it is the most common skin disease?
... acne is not caused by a lack of hygiene, as many think, but is mostly hormonal?
... the acne gene has not been found, but the skin disease can still be inherited to a certain extent?
What happens with acne
Acne begins with a preliminary stage that is not yet visible - the so-called microcomedones. Microcomedones are so small that they cannot be seen with the naked eye, but can be detected microscopically. This preliminary stage leads to the proliferation of horn-forming cells. In acne patients, this step is accompanied by micro-inflammation. This is how the first possible symptoms of visible acne develop. Micro-inflammations are considered to be one of the main causes of acne. There are several causes for the actual development of visible inflammation, the most common being hormonal changes, environmental influences or the use of certain medications. Excessive sebum production is the basis for the growth of bacteria and thus for the development of the visible pimples.
Difference acne and blemished skin
Unlike acne, blemished skin has isolated pimples and slightly red areas. Blemished skin can usually be treated with light skin care products. Pimples or reddened areas in blemished skin are caused by dirty or clogged pores. Acne, on the other hand, is a chronic inflammatory disease of the sebaceous glands that can also be divided into different stages. Acne is more than just individual pimples or reddened areas.
The 4 stages of acne
Acne can basically be divided into four stages. Each stage depends on the severity of the acne.
- Acne comedonica
This is the mildest form of common acne. Acne comedonica involves blackheads, which may be open or closed. The blackheads form only on the face and scarring is usually minor.
- Acne papulopustulosa
These are blackheads and pimples that can form on the face and back. In this intermediate form of acne, scarring may occur due to inflammatory processes.
- Acne conglobata
This is the most severe form of acne. It appears on the face and back in the form of pustules, nodules and pimples. In the third stage, abscesses and fistula formation are also possible. Patients may also suffer from significant scarring.
- Acne fulminans
This form of acne, also known as acne maligna, is very rare. The course of acne fulminans is comparable to acne conglobata, but fever, joint inflammation and leukocytosis may also occur.
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From pimples to abscesses - typical complaints with acne
The course of acne is individual for each person, moreover, in different intensity and in different places. The most common symptoms of acne are:
The spots can vary, but most people who suffer from acne have it on their face, neck/decolletage, or back.
Treat skin problems naturally - this is how Zimply Natural can help you
To relieve your acne, you do not have to resort to aggressive ointments or cleansing lotions, because nature offers some medicinal plants and herbs that can help you with your symptoms. Since acne is as individual as the person who suffers from it, individual treatment is necessary.
With Zimply Natural, you can create your own personal anti-acne blend in just three minutes and then easily reorder it again and again with your own blend number. At Zimply Natural, we support you in not only suppressing your symptoms in the short term, but also in benefiting from a symptom-free and healthy normality in the long term.