Understanding Acne Cysts

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A typical pimple is only a small red bump. This bump on the skin is caused by white blood cells that attack bacteria. However, a very large and all-out attack creates an acne cyst. Cystic acne is often considered severe, depending on the amount of cysts and acne.

When these large attacks occur they induce the production of pus. Pus appears in the infected area of the body, where the said battle is taking place. As infected pimple can accumulate so much pus, it can grow to a diameter of five millimeters. At the early stages, this type of acne can be treated somewhat successfully with several basic acne treatments. However, long-term acne cysts must be treated through topical acne treatment or natural internal cleansing system.

Pimple having pus are usually painful and tender to the touch. This pus-filled region of skin is no longer a simple pimple, and is considered cysts. A person having so many cysts has cystic acne.

An acne cyst can be quite noticeable and unappealing. A person with acne cyst often feels tempted to squeeze off the cyst to release the pressure. However, squeezing will not produce the desired result. It can even irritate the skin and makes the acne condition worse.

There are different factors that can cause the development and growth of an acne cyst. Whenever an irritating factor comes in contact with facial skin, the signs associated with cyst formation may occur. The use of harsh soap on the face can initiate cyst formations. Even application to the face of anti-acne treatment that's not prescribed by the doctor can aggravate cystic acne, especially if the person applying does not have clean hands.

Poor diet can also trigger the formation of acne cyst. Lack of fruits and vegetables and food that are rich in Vitamin A, can cause cystic acne. The anti-oxidants in Vitamin A prevent the creation of chemicals that harm

Although cleanliness helps fight acne cysts, it is still best to consult a trusted dermatologist to be aware of other essential information on the most current treatment to this disease.

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I am Lane Solis, a ghost writer for Dermystique

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This article was published on 2010/04/04