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Old 19th November 2010, 07:22 AM
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Default Acne - Can this skin disorder be dangerous?

Hi to you all,

I wanted to write this post in order to make all of you understand a bit more about acne and whether it can lead to other diseases and whether it's dangerous or not.

Ok, so acne in itself is not dangerous to your health in any way. It's only estethically not that good. Which is the main reason why people want rid of it of course.

But there are a few things that you should still watch out for:
  • 1. Watch which medications you take. If you take them wrong like say... taking Accutane (Isotretinoin) when you're pregnant. The result might be birth defect.
  • 2. This one goes especially for young people but acne can be the beginning of depression. It starts at school when you start feeling unconfident about yourself and become more quiet and don't really socializie with the other kids. This might then lead to bullying and later on to depression. This of course is a worst case scenarion but parents beware.
  • 3. This third is not really dangerous it's more like the consequence of badly treaten acne and that's scars. And these scars can be truly nasty. So try to treat your acne so that you won't have these scars.
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Definitely acne is a very bad skin disease and it may have some bad dark spots on your skin.Here are some remedies which may help you to treat acne.Acne can be all or a combination of blackheads, whiteheads and red bumpy rash with large raised infected areas. Dead skin cells or other factors block pores, and the sebum created by the body becomes trapped and builds up. The trapped sebum below the surface of the skin appears as whiteheads and when oxygen meets the sebum, it turns dark creating blackheads. When there is a break in the follicular wall, these whiteheads and blackheads become inflamed and are known as papules and pustules. Nodules and cysts occur with further damage to the follicle and can become raised and painful inflammations.

Iím not going to tell you to completely stop touching your zits (to do so would be absurd in my opinion). However, you do need to limit the amount of touching drastically. Set apart a time or two each day where you can have free reign on your pimples. Pop any blatant whiteheads so you donít look really odd in public. I always laugh at these programs that tell you to completely stop touching your pimples. I remember I did that for a day and it was one of the worst. When I got to school I had a couple huge (weíre talking ginormous) whiteheads that were just about oozing out over my face. This is not good hygiene in my opinion. Clean out your whiteheads before you head out into public. However, once you have cleaned them out, then there is a no touching policy until your next designated cleaning time.
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Until today I haven't heard that acne may develop an illness. So you can sit quietly you'll not die by Acne.
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acne can be dangerous if it's too much and broken
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Yes,Acne is very bad for skin..It is one type of skin disease..Acne gives pain and illness..especially acne like red rashes gives itchiness to the skin...
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Acne can be unattractive. Benzoyl Peroxide is one of the oldest acne medications. Acne treatments like Stri-dex, Clearasil Clearstick, Oxy Night Watch all use this as their active ingredient.
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I have acne to some thing that have helped me have been washing my pilliow case every week. Get the face wipes to use during work or school. Also relax alot of this is caused by stress and I'm a very stressful person and I'm only in high school. Oh you can also try making or purchasing face masks

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Acne is the big cause of the skin problems and skin pimples also ,.
Acne face washes and soaps are best way to stop the Acne side effects,.
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acne can be dangerous if it's too much and broken

Benzoyl Peroxide is one of the oldest acne medications. Acne treatments like Stri-dex, Clearasil Clearstick, Oxy Night Watch all use this as their active ingredient.
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acne is a skin disease that is nothing more than plugged or clogged pores
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