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Types Of Acne

 

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There are many different types of acne. While acne is generally formed on the face, it can range from mild to severe and can found anywhere on your body. Most of the self-treated, mild cases can be controllable. On the other hand, severe cases should be treated by health professionals, such as dermatologists.

Acne Vulgaris 

Acne Vulgaris, also known as ‘common acne’, is the most common form of acne. It consists of blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, nodules or cysts. 

Blackheads  

Blackheads form in partially blocked pores. Dead skin cells, bacteria, and sebum (the substance that builds up the oily skin) drain to the outer layer of the skin; the pigments are then exposed to the air and this is the reason why it turns black. Blackheads will normally take a long time to clear up. 

Whiteheads 

Unlike the blackheads, the whiteheads are formed underneath the layer of the skin, where a complete pore blockage of the trapped sebum the dead cells and bacteria is developed.  

Pustules  

Pustules have the appearance of a red circle with a white or yellow center. Pustules are more commonly known as pimples or zits. 

Nodules 

Nodules are the largest type of acne. They develop hard lumps under the surface of the skin that can be very painful and last for months. Nodules are prone to scarring and this is one of the main reasons why it is recommended to be treated by a dermatologist. 

Cysts  

Cysts are very similar in several ways to the nodules. Cysts are filled with pus. Just like nodules, cyst can be painful and lead to skin scarring if not treated properly. This form of acne should also be treated by a dermatologist. 

Acne Conglobata 

Acne Conglobata Is a rare type of acne vulgaris that affects males more commonly than females. This condition can become very disfiguring. Acne conglobata spreads all over your body, including your face, chest, back, buttocks, upper arms, and thighs, and is sometimes accompanied by several blackheads. Acne conglobata can damage the skin and cause permanent scarring. Not only can this condition leave disturbing marks on your skin, but it could cause a psychological anguish. It is highly recommended that you consult a dermatologist as soon as possible if you suffer from acne conglobata, as this disturbing condition could last years if left untreated. 

Acne Fulminans

Acne Fulminans Is an unexpected case of Acne Conglobata that develops fever and aching joints. It is usually treated via oral steroids. 

Gram-Negative Folliculitis 

Gram-Negative Folliculitis Is a bacterial infection that causes pustules and cysts. This form of acne develops generally by long-term treatment of acne with antibiotics. 

Pyoderma Faciale  

Pyoderma Faciale affects only females between the ages of 20 and 40. Interestingly, this condition is more common in women who never had acne before. Pyoderma faciale develops painful pustules, cysts and nodules on your face. It can leave permanent scarring. This form of acne usually takes about a year to clear up. 

Acne Rosacea 

Acne Rosacea is a form of adult acne, affecting people over the age of 30. It causes a red rash on your face. In addition, pimples or other skin blemishes may develop. This condition should not be confused with acne vulgaris because there are two different treatments for each one. Acne rosacea generally occurs more in women than men, but it is much more severe in men.

 

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