TEENAGER ACNE TREATMENT
There are different types of acne as well as different degrees. What kind of acne breakouts do you have?
The mildest form of acne.
It consists mostly of comedones (congested pores / blackheads) and occasional pustules (pimples).VIEW YOUR TREATMENT PLAN
Mild to moderate acne.
Greater number of comedones (congested pores / blackheads) accompanied by papules (bumps) and mild pustules (pimples). Occasionally, deeper inflamed lesions will also develop.
Thorough exfoliation is required to keep this level of acne in check. If left untreated there is a high chance that it will progress to grade 3.
Moderate to severe acne.
The main difference is the amount of inflammation present. Sore, red, swollen lesions are present.
Papules (bumps) and pustules (pimples) are developed in greater numbers, and nodules (hard, deep and painful lesions) are present.
The most severe form of acne.
Often referred to as nodulocystic or cystic acne. The skin will display a whole spectrum of blemishes, such as comedones (blackheads), papules (bumps), pustules (pimples) and nodules, with the addition of deep-seated cysts.
Acne of this severity usually extends beyond the face and may affect the entire back, chest, shoulders and upper arms.
Grade 4 acne should be treated by a dermatologist as it is notoriously difficult to control and almost always requires powerful prescription medicine to keep it at bay.
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