There is no simple answer to this simple question ‘who gets acne?’. Hormonal Therapy: It can be tried in women who have acne and hormonal abnormalities and did not respond to antibiotics or who are not candidates for isotretinoin effective combination is an antiandrogen such as cyproterone acetate or spironolactone,given on days 5-15 of the menstrual cycle, and ethinyl estradiol,given on day 5-26 of the cycle.
Acne has also been considered as a potential sign that the health of the body could be suffering from other toxic bacteria possibly in the liver, kidneys, and these infections being carried through the blood cells, is believed to result in acne breakouts.
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Acne is most commonly located on the face, neck, back, arms, and buttocks, as these areas are more prone to release the secretions of oils, collect bacteria, amass hair follicles, and produce sweat which tends to open these pores making these areas susceptible to multiple toxins which are known to cause skin blockages, leading to various forms of acne.
Diet: Little evidence shows that ingestion of particular foods can trigger acne flares,but when a patient is convinced that certain dietary items exacerbate acne, he or she should omit those foods but no need to impose unwarranted dietary restrictions.