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Acne is a common skin condition among all people, but it affects primarily teenagers going through hormonal changes. It is mainly characterized by pimples and other abnormalities on the face and upper torso and appears as a result of increased production of sebum from the sebaceous glands.
This excess oil leaves the skin’s pores clogged and increases the proliferation of bacteria, resulting in comedones, which have the popular name of clove.
Rabban Tabari (770-850) was the first to present a description of the sebaceous glands. Ibn Sina (980-1037), also known as Avicena, presented in his text the etiopathogenesis and clinical presentation of acne.
Ibn Hubl (1122-1213) described in his treatise the clinical presentation and causes of acne. Abu Al Hassan Al Jurjani (1200) described the etiology of the eruptions that affected the surface of the skin.
In 1783, Willan and Bateman divided acne into 3 types, according to ...
Many factors can cause acne, but the main and most common - especially in oily skin - is the excess of oil in the area. At puberty, sebaceous secretion, which depends on male sex hormones and female sex hormones, increases, influencing the oily state of the skin.
Increasing androgen hormones during puberty causes the sebaceous glands to produce more sebum than the skin needs, and because of this, juvenile acne is caused by hormonal imbalances.
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