Calm down your Rosacea
Acne is the most frequent skin disorder of teenagers, affecting over 85% of the young people with ages between 13 and 20, but can be also present in both mature men and women with ages between 30 and 50, here being the case of the rosacea acne. This skin disorder is characterized by the reddening and flushing of different areas of the face, pimples and small red bump containing pus. Treated inappropriately, the acne evolves cyclically, alternating between remission and spontaneous excesses periods. The causes of acne are not very clear, various factors being involved, including among the major: germ, genetic and hormonal factors.
Any treatment targets the elimination of these acne causing factors: eliminating the local bacteria, reducing the sebaceous secretion and stopping the sebum retention within the pores.