Subcutaneous acne is an inflammatory process that forms in the ducts of the sebaceous glands. If we take into circulation other forms of acne, then "subcutaneous" cause the greatest inconvenience. Subcutaneous acne, like most acne, occurs gradually from a small, painful pimple that gradually becomes extensive subcutaneous inflammation, and it can appear on any part of the body.
Causes: The main reason for the appearance of this kind of acne is a violation of the normalized outflow of sebum, which leads to blockage of the excretory ducts of the sebaceous gland. The process of inflammation itself begins to develop when the pathogenic bacterial microflora comes into play. It is present in every person and is located on the surface of the skin. Also, the cause may be a banal, untreated cold, which is a kind of push that activates the formation of subcutaneous acne.
How to Treat: Acne of all kinds requires treatment, whether teenage or subcutaneous. If you ignore the treatment of subcutaneous acne, then they can spill over into a widespread infection. Such pimples are difficult to squeeze out, and an ugly scar will remain in the place where a person tries to do it. Therefore, it is strictly forbidden to try to squeeze out or even pierce them with something like a needle, because you can bring in an infection that will greatly aggravate the inflammatory process.
How to get rid of subcutaneous acne without harm to health? First of all, you need to eliminate the inflammation itself, then begin the rehabilitation process, that is, activate the normal functioning of the sebaceous glands and ducts. In such cases, the ozone therapy procedure will be useful, which will prevent scars that appear after acne. Ozone contains good antimicrobial elements that allow you to remove the root cause of inflammation: swelling, skin redness and soreness. After the injection of the oxygen-ozone mixture is injected, the internal pimple will ripen in just a few hours.
Many young people, as well as adults, try to treat subcutaneous acne with products that are offered by many cosmetic companies. They offer fast, effortless treatment. The prices for such "drugs" are high, but the effectiveness is low.
First, don't confuse common teenage pimples with subcutaneous pimples - these are two different things;
Secondly, such creams and rinses only mask acne, and do not treat them;
Thirdly, the cosmetics market is full of fakes, so when buying another acne remedy, you are not insured against the fact that the remedy will cripple you, not heal.