Difference between acne & pimples

Difference between acne & pimples

Most Kenyans don’t know the difference between acne and pimples and that leads to them spending a lot of money on skin care products and solutions that end up not working due to the fact they are treating or solving the wrong problem thats why its important to know the difference.

For some people breakouts go beyond a pimple or two, to create a chronic condition known as acne. Acne is characterized by more frequent breakouts, multiple pimples at one time and often sores, pus-filled pimples. Acne is almost always related to hormonal activity in the body and at times due to poor cleaning of the face leading to the pores been clogged by bacteria and dirt that’s why we cant stop to emphasize the importance of owning and using a skin cleanser twice a day,as the clogging of the pores leads to the over activity of oil glands, causing excess secretion of oil. This oil accumulates below the skin and can lead to the break out of the face. Good skin care regimen can help. Common treatments for acne contain salycilic acid (to clear pores) or benzoyl peroxide (to kill acne bacteria) and are very effective when used frequently as part of the treatment regimen,like our dermaperfection acne cream.

Simply put, a condition is classified as Acne is when there is a huge number of pimples together or near each other. If you have just like a few pimples at your face but in different areas (chin, nose, forehead, .etc) then it’s pimples But if let’s say your right-cheek has a huge number of pimples forming closely together (which looks like a patch), it’s classified as a case of acne.

You don’t have to suffer help is available we have an acne cream that works effectively. A good skincare regimen doesn’t have to be expensive as it can only require the use of a skin cleanser like our lemon skin cleanser that can help to get your skin under control. Even serious acne conditions can respond well to treatment.

What do you use for acne or pimples?

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