Acnezine Solution faq
Acnezine Frequently Asked Questions - FAQs
- What causes acne
- Shouldn't I just try to eliminate sebum from my body
- Why does acne usually start at puberty
- If my skin turns red, does that mean that I'm going to have scars
- What are free radicals
What causes acne
Acne occurs when the hair follicle pores become blocked. The oil called sebum builds up inside the pore. When it remains under the skin surface, it develops into a whitehead. When it partly reaches the surface and changes color, it develops into a blackhead.
If my skin turns red, does that mean that I'm going to have scars
Usually, no. Even when there will be no permanent scar, the aftereffects of the inflammatory response can leave the skin red for months, sometimes for more than a year.
What are free radicals
Free radicals are byproducts of oxidation in your body. We all need oxidation to occur as part of our life process, but there is concern that the buildup of unrecycled free radicals contributes to many conditions, including skin damage. Antioxidants, including several of the active ingredients in Acnezine, help prevent the buildup of free radicals.
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