Here are two scientific causes of acne – and some tips on how you can combat it. One way: Establishing a skin regimen that includes Differin Gel, a gentle cleanser, and a non-comedogenic moisturizer. (But you probably guessed that by now, right? )
Excess keratin, a key protein that forms structural material of skin, causes dead skin cells to clump together and block hair follicles, resulting in acne.
Sebum is an oily, waxy substance secreted by sebaceous glands to lubricate hair and skin. Too much sebum can trigger immune and inflammatory responses that manifest as acne.
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