Ann's acne problem

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Ann's acne problem by Mind Map: Ann's acne problem

1. Cell produce lipid

1.1. Acne begins with fat clogging pores which may be initiated by dirt or excessive lipid.

1.1.1. By cleansing your face too much, you’re harming the skin barrier that can make the skin more prone to rashes and other skin problems such as acne.

1.2. Physicals reaction(pinches pimples).

2. Infected pimples

2.1. Bacterial infection by bacteria called “Propionibacterium acnes” that lives on skin.

2.2. Popping pimples.

3. Consume less of lipid consequent lack of vitamin soluble in lipid.

4. After the pore is block, bacteria infect and cause inflammation.

5. Cause

5.1. Pinch a pimple

5.2. Infection

5.2.1. Papules

5.2.1.1. Stress.

5.2.2. Can spread bacteria to another spot and create more or big acne.

5.2.2.1. Risk of breaking skin barrier and then causes permanent scar and infection.

5.2.3. Poor diet

5.2.4. Pustules

5.2.4.1. Most papule became pustules after a few day.

5.2.4.1.1. Dryness is another major concern that arises due to excessive washing as you strip your face of its natural oils.

5.2.4.2. Pop papule.

5.2.4.2.1. Excess oil and skin cells that clogged pore to feed bacteria.

5.3. Overcleaning

5.3.1. Inflamation

5.3.1.1. Infection from bacteria.

6. Solution

6.1. Clinic

6.1.1. Comedolytic

6.1.1.1. Acne is, in part, caused by an abnormal shedding of skin cells.

6.1.1.2. When acne is resistant to topical therapies, oral antibiotics may be used. Oral antibiotics commonly are initial therapy in patients with moderate to severe inflammatory acne.

6.1.1.3. The technical term is retention hyperkeratosis, but all it really means is the skin cells are hanging around longer than they should, getting trapped in the pore.

6.1.2. Oral antibiotics

6.1.2.1. Doxycycline (e.g., Vibramycin, Doryx)