Medical Name: Acne vulgaris
Pimples or acne is a common skin condition of adolescents and teenagers due to blockage of pores of oil producing glands which results in blackheads, bumps and nodules on the skin of face, upper arms, and trunk.
The severity, duration, and the distribution of pimples may vary considerably with temporary flare-ups and recovery alternating. The lesions tend to get better as one approaches mid-20s. Many individuals need to seek treatment because of severity or psychosocial concerns.
The cause for pimples is the blockage of pores and tiny pipes leading to pores through which oily secretions of skin glands escape to the surface. This blockage causes swelling of the involved structures in which skin bacteria get entrapped leading to pus formation.
Preventive Measures and Skin Care:
Although it is not possible to completely prevent pimples, still a lot can be done to minimize their intensity and chances of recurrence.
Do not panic if your pimples do not get better with some or all of the above measures. Consult a dermatologist online for a number of medicines and or procedures that can provide you with beneficial effects --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/dermatologistLast reviewed at: 07.Sep.2018