The Association Of Acne With Heredity?
I efa farkhatania aged 19 years, want to ask about acne, is there really a hereditary acne ??? if there really is, what is the solution to overcome this ???? thank you 😊
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Genetic (hereditary) can indeed be one of the factors underlying the appearance of acne. People with relatives who have problems with acne are more at risk of experiencing acne. However, acne is a multifactorial skin disease. Therefore, its emergence may also be triggered by a variety of other factors, namely:
Skin infection by bacteria Propionibacterium acne Excessive production of sebum (oil) Hormonal fluctuations, for example at puberty, approaching menstruation, early pregnancy Mental pressure, for example when you are sad, stressed, anxious Use of skin care products is not appropriate Unhealthy eating patterns Suffer from certain diseases, for example polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), etc. Because of its multifactorial nature, treatment of acne prone skin cannot be done in a single step. Rather, comprehensive efforts need to be made so that the acne subsides, and does not always recur or recur. Here are some suggestions that you should live:
Clean your body and face properly when bathing, use mild cleansing soap that is tailored to your skin type. Don't hold skin using dirty hands, wash your hands diligently. Don't use careless skin care products, including cosmetics, soap, moisturizers, sunscreens, etc., consult your doctor first Minimize excessive use of cosmetics on the face Use sunscreen and moisturizers before your activities Protect your skin from direct exposure to smoke, dust, pollution, and blistering sunlight Drinking water and eating more vegetables and fruits Do not have too many thoughts, increase relaxation Don't smoke Patiently and consistently following the steps above, acne will usually fade within 2 to 6 weeks. This time is naturally needed for skin cells to regenerate properly. If after regularly undergoing the tips above your acne does not seem to have improved, you should not hesitate to go to a doctor or dermatologist right ..
I hope this helps.