Pimples are one of the main problems every teenage boy or girl suffers from. During ripening, blisters begin to appear in different parts of the body, but they are more common in the facial area. It also spreads abundantly on the neck, shoulders, and back of the body, both in boys and teenage girls.
– What are pimples?
Pimples are minor infections or lesions of the skin. When the sebaceous glands have a bacterial infection, they begin to swell as a result of the accumulation of pus inside. They may come in various and different sizes. They may be large, medium, or small and often affect the face, neck, shoulder, chest, and back. Dermatologists believe that pimples appear in the human body due to skin irritation that occurs as a result of being affected by some environmental elements such as dust.
– Sebaceous glands and pimples:
The main part that is susceptible to the development of pimples in the body is the sebaceous glands located at the base of the hair follicles. It is widespread in places of hair growth on the face and scalp. These small skin glands secrete an oily or waxy substance known as sebum, which helps provide lubrication to the skin and hair of humans. These sebaceous glands are found in all areas of the skin except the palms and soles of the feet.
In adolescents, large amounts of hormones are produced that contribute to the transfer of a person from childhood to adulthood and adulthood, and this leads to increased production of sebaceous glands. So we see most teens suffering from skin infections known as pimples.
– What are the causes of the appearance of pimples?
It is known that the outer layers of skin in humans are falling continuously. But sometimes dead skin cells do not go away completely and crowd one another, causing the skin pores to become clogged, which in turn prevents the skin from breathing. Pore blockage occurs more during puberty as sebum production increases during that period, and this allows bacteria to multiply by feeding on this sebum.
– There are many facts that we do not know about warts:
- More than 80 percent of teens have acne or pimples problems.
- Blisters reach their climax when a boy or girl is 17 years old.
- More than 30 percent of teens have severe acne that needs medical treatment.
- Blisters usually begin to appear when the child turns 14 and can persist until the boy or girl is over 20 or 21 years old.
– Types of warts:
There are many types of pimples that appear in different people:
- Open blisters or blackheads: They are a form of blisters and appear due to excess sebaceous glands in your skin.
- Whiteheads or closed pimples: They are a form of warts that form under the skin and are very small in size. It is also mostly pink.
- Nodules: They are painful blisters and are also deep in the skin. The base of these pimples is red and pus comes out of their peak.
- Abscesses: Another form of blisters that appear on the surface of the skin. It is usually painful and full of pus.
– Home remedies to help get rid of pimples:
1 – Lemonade:
Lemon juice has properties that contribute to the absorption of oils from pimples, which leads to their shrinkage. The vitamin C in lemon juice also helps to treat pimples faster. But I advise you to use fresh lemon juice. You can put this juice on a piece of cotton, wipe your face at night and leave it until morning.
2 – The Garlic:
Garlic contains sulfur that helps in a quick recovery from blisters. Garlic juice also contains anti-fungal agents and antiseptic properties that help get rid of pimples faster. All you have to do is cut the garlic in two and rub the pieces over the pimples. Leave it for five minutes and then wash it off with water. Repeat the process several times a day.
3 – Mint:
This home remedy provides an opportunity to quickly eliminate pimples. Mint contains menthol, which reduces redness and irritation caused by pimples. It also has anti-bacterial properties that prevent blisters and kill bacteria that cause blisters. Extract mint juice by crushing leaves and applying it to pimples. Leave on for 10 minutes before washing the place with cold water.
4 – Cinnamon and honey:
Take half a teaspoon of crushed cinnamon and mix it with honey to form a thick paste. Apply this mixture to the affected area and leave it for one hour. Then wash the place with lukewarm water.
Honey contains antibiotics, so it speeds up the healing of pimples and prevents any infections. You can apply this remedy before going to bed and leaving it until morning for better and faster results.
5 – Fumigation:
Facial fumigation is a great way to treat warts. Evaporation helps open pores in the skin, allowing it to breathe. Evaporation also helps get rid of dirt and deposited oils and kills the bacteria in the pimples.
To apply this remedy, place the hot water in a large bowl and let your face come into contact with the steam from the water for a few minutes. Then rinse, dry your face, and apply moisturizing oil to it. This treatment makes your skin more radiant.
6 – Orange peel:
Crush dried orange peels and add water to form a paste. Rub this paste on the pimples and leave it for 20 minutes. Then wash your skin with warm water.
RESOURCES WEBMD AND MAYO CLINIC AND HEALTHLINE