Acne's causes, physiopathology, and treatment

Author(s): Jeniffer Stewert*

When compared to disorders affecting other organs, skin illnesses are frequently overlooked or even dismissed. Acne is a skin ailment marked by red pimples on the skin, particularly on the face, caused by inflamed or irritated sebaceous glands. It is most common in teenagers but can also affect adults [1]. Acne is brought on by a number of physiological and environmental causes. Anxiety, despair, low self-esteem, frustration, and rage are common among acne sufferers. Disappointment with the therapy results is the primary cause of psychological disorders in patients. Acne has a negative impact on one’s self-esteem