Acne Treatment

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  • Diploma in Lifestyle and Nutrition
  • Diploma in Ayurveda & Panchakarma
  • Diploma in Ayurveda Beauty Therapy
  • Diploma in Integrated Yoga Therapy
Ayurvedic Acne treatment in Cippenham
A comprehensive study on Acne.

Acne is a common skin condition that can be a reason for pimples. Most people experience acne on their faces. The clogged pores on the skin cause acne. Most teenagers and adults often get acne on the body. Therapies for acne are available to clear the acne from your skin and prevent scars on the body.


Define Acne

Acne occurs at the age of puberty when the change in hormones is at the peak level. The main reason for the occurrence of acne is Clogged pores. The blockage in the pores produces blackheads, whiteheads, and other types of pimples. Pimples are pus-filled. Sometimes, it can be painful, with bumps on the skin. Acne has different types. If you have acne on the facial skin, then go to the best ayurvedic practitioner for the Ayurvedic Acne treatment in Cippenham.

Different types of acne

There are different types of acne.

  • Fungal Acne: The scientific name for fungal acne is Pityrosporum Folliculitis. When the yeast builds in the hair follicles, then the fungal acne occurs. It can be itchy and inflamed.
  • Cystic acne: Cystic acne causes deep, pus-filled pimples and nodules. These can cause scars.
  • Hormonal acne: Hormonal acne affects adults who have an overproduction of sebum that clogs their pores.
  • Nodular acne: Nodular acne is a severe form of acne that causes pimples on the surface of your skin and tender nodular lumps under your skin.
What are the reasons for the Acne?

The clogged hair follicles or pores can be responsible for the occurrence of acne. Your hair follicles are the small tubes that hold a strand of your hair. Certain glands can empty your hair follicles. Some of the factors that are responsible for the cause of acne.


An oily substance that provides a protective barrier for your skin.


Small amounts of bacteria naturally live on your skin. If you have too much bacteria, it can clog your pores.

Dead skin cells

Your skin cells shed often to make room for more cells to grow. When your skin releases dead skin cells, they can get stuck in your hair follicles.

Trigger of acne

  • Wearing tight-fitting clothing and headgear, like hats and sports helmets.
  • Air pollution and certain weather conditions, especially high humidity.
  • Stress, which increases the hormone cortisol.
  • A side effect of medication.
  • Picking at your acne.

Food that causes acne

  • Skin milk.
  • Whey protein.
  • Hig h sugar in the diet.

Symptoms of acne.

People notice several symptoms if they have acne problems

  • Pimples: Pimples are pus-filled bumps.
  • Papules: Small, discolored bumps that convert into red to purple and are darker than your natural tone.
  • Blackheads: clogged pores with the blacktop.
  • Whiteheads: Clogged pores with a white top.
  • Nodules: Large lumps under your skin that are painful.
  • Cysts: Painful fluid-filled lumps under your skin.

Acne is a very common problem; for the Acne treatment in Berkshire, visit the Ananta Ayurveda for the therapies in ayurveda.