Acne vulgaris is an inflammatory skin disorder and is the most common type of skin disease among teenagers. The typical changes in the hormonal production at this age play a role in the etiology of acne. Further factors leading to the manifestation of acne are an increase in lipid production by the sebaceous glands, keratinization disorders, bacterial proliferation and inflammatory responses within the pilosebaceous unit. In addition, a genetic predisposition, hormonal changes, environmental factors as well as the use of cosmetics which are improperly used or contain comedogenic substances also need to be taken into consideration. As acne is a disorder of the pilosebaceous unit, acne-like changes generally occur in skin areas which contain a high amount of sebaceous glands, in particular the face and upper body. Source: http://www.scf-online.com/engli…/38_e/keratinization38_e.htm
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