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Acne is one of the most common skin conditions. It generally starts from teenage and can persist till adulthood. It leaves stress and under confidence along with the stubborn marks of the painful pimples. brings so much stress and under confidence in life. Various lifestyle factors could be the reason behind acne.

 Let’s have a look and get to know about the root cause of this complex skin condition. 

Hormonal balance is the most common problem generally, people complain about. Hormone level fluctuations especially during pregnancy, puberty, and menstruation can lead to deep cystic acne. 

Sebum is a natural oil produced by the glands to nourish the skin. Its excess can lead to clogged pores which, in turn, cause acne.  genetics, hormonal fluctuations, and certain medications can contribute to increased sebum production and acne development.

clogged pores can be of two types blackheads and whiteheads. These become inflamed with time which leads to cysts, nodules, etc.

There is a direct relationship between diet and acne. Consuming a diet high in refined carbohydrates, sugary foods, dairy products, and processed foods may increase acne inflammation. Not only this, it also increases the insulin levels in the body. Factors like stress, inadequate sleep, and poor skincare habits can contribute to acne flare-ups.

Factors such as pollution, humidity, and exposure to UV radiation can also impact acne-prone skin. Airborne pollutants can block pores and cause inflammation, whereas moisture may increase oiliness and encourage the growth of bacteria. Prolonged sun exposure can also increase inflammation production of sebum, and acne symptoms.


Many factors, including genetic, hormonal, environmental, and lifestyle ones, might contribute to acne. By being aware of the underlying causes of acne, we may successfully control and avoid problems by being active. Clearer, healthier skin and enhanced general well-being, lifestyle choices can lead to balanced and flawless skin.

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