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Skin that has overactive sebaceous glands leads to oily and acne-prone skin, and in this way we encounter three types of oily skin:

1-Hyperseborrhea: It refers to a condition where the sebaceous glands produce too much sebum and due to the open pores, the skin looks shiny, especially in the T-ZONE (forehead, nose and chin) and these people They complain that the make-up on their skin does not last long. It is better for these people to use a skin routine that includes oil-controlling and pore-collecting cleanser and toner along with oil-free sunscreen.

2- Non-inflammatory comedones NON-INFLAMMATORY LESIONS: It refers to a condition where the skin, in addition to fat, has tiny blackheads and whiteheads, or the well-known subcutaneous pimples. In this case, we do not have inflammation or the presence of acne-causing bacteria, and only due to the retention of fat in the hair follicle channel of this model, blackhead and whitehead comedones appear. It is better for these people to take advantage of weekly scrub care for gentle exfoliation in addition to the above mentioned in hyper seborrhoea.

3- Inflammatory comedones. INFLAMMATORY LESIONS: It refers to a condition where the skin is involved in inflammatory pimples such as papules, pustules, nodules, and cysts, following the secretion of excessive fat inside the hair follicle channel, anaerobic opportunistic bacteria Propionibacterium acnes. which are very lipophilic, they multiply there and along with dead skin defense cells and stored fat, they create pus and inflammation. In general, these lesions are red in color, sometimes they have a white pus head, and sometimes they turn into hard and painful pimples. In this case, in addition to the above cases, as a skin routine, you must use local anti-acne products with antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and fat-controlling effects to reduce the inflammation of these pimples, or in more severe cases, use strong oral antibiotics.



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