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Acne Comedonica – Understanding and Treating It

Have you or someone you know been diagnosed with acne comedonica? If so, you’re probably wondering exactly what this is and what, if anything, you can do to treat it. In this article, we’ll talk about exactly what this condition is, and I’ll point you to a set of products that you can use to quickly treat this condition.

First, let’s talk about exactly what acne comedonica, also called comedonal acne, really is. As you can guess, this is a form of acne. The name comes from the term “comedone.” A comedone is a small bump in the skin that forms at the opening of a sebaceous follicle (in layman’s terms, a pore). These bumps can be flesh-toned, lighter than the surrounding skin, or darker than the surrounding skin. The darker-colored comedones result from the oxidation of skin oils where the pore is open to the air. The lighter-colored comedones have microscopic pore openings, which prevents the skin oils from oxidizing and taking on a darker color. In layman’s terms, the lighter-colored bumps are commonly called whiteheads, and the darker ones, blackheads.

So what is acne comedonica? It is a form of common acne (acne vulgaris) where there are blackheads and whiteheads present on the skin. Now that you know what this condition is, let’s talk about treating it.

There are many treatments for acne comedonica, especially for the blackhead form of comedones. But to deal with this problem completely, you need to choose a product that tackles all the types of comedones. This treatment should be fast and effective, and be something you can live with and afford. Fortunately, there are several such products on the market.

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