Ache is one of the most common dermatological diseases nowadays. This condition arises as a result of clogging of hair follicles under the skin. The skin has sebaceous glands (releases sebum)  that connects to the hair follicle. The sebum is emptied onto the skin through the pore (a follicle opening).  Sometimes the hair, sebum and keratinocytes get stick together preventing the sebum to reach the skin surface. This causes a favorable environment for skin bacteria to grow and create follicles on skin which are called “acne”.

  • Maskne
  • Cysteine acne
  • White heads
  • Black heads
  • Blemish excision

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