Everyone who’s ever been a teenager knows about acne. Particularly on your face. Some people even suffer from the unsightly facial blemishes well into their twenties. Further, even if the frequency with which you contract acne on your face might diminish as you get older, the problem doesn’t go completely away; and acne anywhere on the body can develop into a painful problem if left untreated.
The source of some acne isn’t necessarily bacterial, but could be fungal. This is more likely the explanation for acne that you may be seeing on the front or back of your torso. The good news is there are some things you can other than just keep covered up and suffer through it.
Fungal acne is often a form of yeast. When the spores get into the hair follicles, they can begin growing much like the bacterial kind of acne. They block the pore from which that hair is sprouting, and as the growth continues the area begins to swell under pressure. Which is why acne might just look bad at first, but then become painful.
The best way to counteract fungal acne, either after you contract it or before as a preventative measure, is to wash and dry your skin well on a regular basis. Consider using abrasive soaps and shampoos to help clean your skin. And topical anti-fungal agents can offer further protection.
Not all acne is bacterial; some is fungal, and can be cured with topical anti-fungal treatments #HealthStatus
- 1Acne on your back and chest area could be fungal acne.
- 2Fungal acne might look like pimples, but it’s actually an inflammation of the skin.
- 3The main treatment for fungal acne is just washing better, though you can get medications to speed recovery.
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