Inflamed Acne, what causes it and the best tips to prevent from happening

Inflamed Acne, what causes it and the best tips to prevent from happening

What Causes Inflamed Acne?

In almost all cases, acne happens because the pores in your skin are clogged

Inflamed acne consists of swelling, redness, and pores that are deeply clogged with bacteria, oil, and dead skin cells. Inflamed acne develops when bacteria becomes trapped inside clogged pores and it growing inside the pore and it causes inflammation.

There are 4 different types of inflamed acne

-Papules comedones that become inflamed and develop little red or pink bumps on the skin are known as papules. This sort of pimple may be touch sensitive. Picking or squeezing the area can increase the inflammation and cause scars. If you have a lot of papules, you might have moderate to severe acne.

-Pustules: Pustules are a form of pimple with yellowish pus inside. they are larger than blackheads and whiteheads . Pustules look as red pimples with white centers or white bumps that are hard to the touch and often sensitive. The skin around the pustules is commonly red or inflamed.

-Nodular: acne is a serious form of acne that can cause painful, swollen, and scarred pimples. This type of acne can be caused by oil glands that produce too much oil, more androgen hormones, a buildup of dead skin cells, and a lot of bacteria that cause acne. This kind of acne can also be genetic.

Cystic acne: this type of inflammatory acne that causes painful, pus-filled bumps, it forms deep under the skin. Acne happens when oil and dead skin cells block the pores of the skin. When you have cystic acne, bacteria also gets into the pores and causes swelling or redness. cystic acne is considered the most severe type of acne.

                             Here's What it Looks Like:  

below are the best ingredients for inflammatory acne:

Benzoyl peroxide: anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and it helps decrease the oiliness of the skin.

Salicylic acid: This ingredient has a shedding effect and removes dead skin cells from deep inside your pores. 

Mandalic Acid: is naturally anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and suppresses overactive melanin production. 

removes skin clogging dead skin cells, and reduces blemishes

Omega-3 Fatty Acids:

One of the dietary factors that impact inflammation levels in the body is the ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids. Increasing your consumption of omega-3 can improve acne by inhibiting the synthesis of pro-inflammatory molecules known as cytokines and lowering levels of IGF-1. Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), an omega-3 found in fish oil, may be particularly effective at inhibiting inflammatory processes.

If You're Dealing with acne or have any skin breakouts, you can book a free virtual consultation 

get in touch


certificate and license