by : Ismail Azmi
Testosterone – a male hormone, or specifically Dhiydro Testosteron also called DHT, creates an environment for the oil glands that normally to moisturize and protect the skin, become over producing, if this specific hormone – DHT, produced excessively by the body, male or female, and this the starting point of the formation of pimples. Your body’s natural protective mechanism work against you, as nature intended, to protect and to moisturize, if they are corrupted. This excessive producing oil and dead skin cells tend to block pores. Acne-cause-bacteria, also known as Propionibacterium acnes bacteria, normally resides in our skin, use this blockage area for breeding ground, take sebum as nutrient to grow then release irritating skin chemicals. This condition attracts white blood cell as our immune system to fight off the bacteria, this inflammation reaction cause redness, swelling and pus.
If your age is more than 30 now and if you ever think that you are too old to get breakouts, then I think this is a common misconception of acne. Adult acne, also known as rosacea can appear for several reasons, like any other acne could occur anytime through the lifetime.
Rosacea or adult acne is really different from acne vulgaris and often called adult acne. This type of acne is severe for men, but more common in women and usually affects people over 30. Main characteristics of this acne is redness, rash appears on the chin, nose, forehead and cheeks. This kind of acne could damage your confidence, since this could cause skin tissue growth and affect your nose appearance.
Adults typically have dehydrated skin, different from teenage acne which tends to oily, so this is a problematic condition, since acne medication products tend to have side effect to cause dryness and irritation. Given the fact that adult skin is more sensitive, less elastic and heals slower than teenage skin so here adult acne may be more challenging to treat