myth about acne

People with dry non oily skin don t get acne

Myth about Acne

Acne is an infection of the skin, caused by changes in the sebaceous glands.
People with dry non oily skin don t get acne

Production of oil known as sebum from sebaceous glands under your skin. This oil combines with dead skin cells and bacteria on the skin surface and become inflamed, leading to an outbreak of an oily skin is nor more likely to result in acne than a dry or normal skin. An oily skin does not cause acne; it is caused by an over acne.


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