Sebaceous glands connected to the pores produce a substance called sebum, which lubricates the hair and the skin. Acne occurs when several things happen inside the pore. First, the sebaceous glands produce too much oil. Then, as the pore’s lining naturally renews itself, it sheds dead cells. Your back, like your face, has numerous sebaceous glands that secrete sebum, an oily substance. Sebum, along with dead skin cells and bacteria, can build up in the hair follicles on your back and clog them.
A clogged follicle eventually breaks down and forms an acne lesion. Before you go to bed, make sure your skin is nice and clean. Wash off any dirt, which might be invisible, and use a gentle cleanser (or a more aggressive one if you have a fair skin and need results faster) on your face. Your skin will ‘repair’ itself overnight, and does that best when clean.
For most people, acne fades by the time they reach the late teens or early 20s. For some, acne can return later in life. Most of the time, teens do grow out of acne. Teenagers are more at risk for developing acne during puberty because hormone levels are changing drastically.
It’s possible that because bananas contain good amounts of fiber, that slows the sugar down and renders it much safer for acne. Moreover, there is a very simple trick to dramatically reduce the sugar content down to levels safe for acne. All you have to do is eat your bananas when they are barely ripe.
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