Acne: Hormonal regulation and growth from teenager to adult
What is the link between acne and hormones?
Acne is related to hormonal regulation in adults and growing adolescents.
It's always a hormonal problem related to pituitary regulation whether you're adult or teenager!
Hormones are responsible for the development of our sebaceous glands. These mutate when we reach puberty, but not only that:
Excess hormones in adulthood can develop.
Everything is still linked to the regulation of the pituitary gland which transmits by micro-circulation the right levels of hormones in the blood.
When our body produces too many hormones through stimulation, the production of sebum in the sebaceous glands causes acne.
Pregnancy, the menstrual cycle, anorexia, poor emotional management, chronic fatigue... can be at the root of this skin problem.
It comes from our hormones and treating the skin is very superficial. Indeed, it is. certain irritating products such as essential oils!
Acne is not inevitable: although it is almost inevitable in adolescence, there are simple gestures and effective treatments to limit its development.
Blackheads, pustules and papules for those for whom hormones "talk too much" and being treated with " Biactol " when the undesirable "companions" of adolescence are ultra present is never pleasant!
To "get rid of" them, many are ready for anything: anti-blemish mask, purifying balm, intensive soaping, disinfectant gel, exfoliating scrub...
This arsenal is useless and harmful, because acne is a hormonal disorder difficult to tame chronicle, linked to the immunity system and pituitary regulation.
Some dermatologists will associate Immunim Vital from puberty to regulate thyroid function and effectively combat blackheads, pustules and papules.