Above all it should be clear that acne is not contagious. But is the skin condition most common and affects up to 80% of the population. Comes produced by segregation of excess oil by the sebaceous glands. It occurs mainly in young people aged 11 to 30 years and there are many factors that cause: hereditary factors, poor diet (especially from eating fatty foods), obstructions in the canal tissues, hormonal changes (espeialmentre prolific at the start teens), bacteria … not easy to cure acne, however, however, processed in a timely and appropriate way can we combat the outbreak and ensure that leave no marks. This is essential to tackle it from its first outbreaks, follow these two basic tips will help prevent it: 1) maintain good hygiene in areas prone to acne (face and back) because acne usually extends due to a bacterial infection going from one brand to another if we do not keep the affected area well clean.
And 2) care for the food and limit intake of fatty foods (chocolate, sausages, dairy products, refined flour …). Fat no acne. Excess fat production of our glands often accompanies the vast majority of processes with acne, unfortunately at puberty activates all hormones, also responsible for producing sebaceous fat. This process is more prevalent in males, it is associated with male hormones (androgynous), hence prime acne is more in men than in women. The most visible symptom is the dreaded acne pimples. They are produced by the accumulation of cells attached to the skin, the sebaceous gland is obstructed its natural outlet to the outside and the disruption produces a small clot that called shin. This alteration can submit two forms: a grain of white head, when not associated with hair follicle, and a black head or shin open when associated with a hair follicle. Evil may become entrenched treated pimples, pustules or infected lead, mainly due to the effect of bacteria, which as we proliferate uncontrollably when tallow segregation increases.
How to treat acne with aloe vera? The aloe, bacterial and astringent properties (regulators of fat) that make it ideal for treating acne. However, effective treatment requires a constant, it is a condition very rebellious and often resprout after controlled. To combat acne is fundamental to attack the disease on two fronts: 1) internally with aloe juice, tonic and regulator whose power will lower body fat levels secreted by the sebaceous glands, and 2) from outside, first trying to free the affected area and cleanse it of impurities and depth, which apply an aloe vera soap and an acne toner, and secondly applying aloe gel with a wealth of 95%, thereby drying the grain will get thanks its astringent quality, and secondly to prevent the flora bacteria proliferate and infect other nearby areas. Pedro Sanchez Torrente more about aloe vera and its cosmetic and therapeutic applications:.