Acne is a skin condition, medically known as Acne Vulgaris, that is characterized by blackheads,whiteheads,pimples,and greasy skin. It occurs when pores or hair follicles become blocked. This blockage allows a waxy material called sebum to collect inside the pores or follicles. Normally, sebum flows out onto the skin and hair to form a protective coating, but when it cannot get out, small swellings develop on the skin surface. Swellings that are small and not inflamed are whiteheads or blackheads. When they become inflamed, they turn into pimples.Pimples that fill with pus are called pustules.
In these cases, anti-acne creams are applied to the dry skin in the evening after 15 minutes of washing, beginning with three times a week. Then, it can be applied daily as your skin becomes used to it. Anti-acne creams work by preventing plugging of hair follicles. apply this medication in the evening, beginning with three times a week, then daily as your skin becomes used to it. It works by preventing plugging of the hair follicles.