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I have no idea about this myself, but I just came across the name of a doctor who writes books about skin care…..he might possibly talk about this in his book on acne? His name is Dr. Nicolas Perricone. I’m going to look for him on Amazon and see what I can find out.
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I came across a website that I found interesting… It is: www.acne.org and I liked the part of the site that described different types of acne: http://www.acne.org/typesofacne.html cause it gave me a better idea of what I am looking at when something develops on my face. Also I liked this description of how acne forms: http://www.acne.org/whatisacne.html unfortunately there wasn’t something for how it gets rid of itself. They also have a nice part of the site that, if you have to pop, it will explain the best way to do it without further damaging your skin: http://www.acne.org/pop.html
I am still searching for a good description of what happens to acne naturally if it isn’t popped…
Have you read the book on stoppickingonme.com yet? There is a whole section that talks about pimples and what happens when you do and don’t pick them. It still left me with some questions, but I feel like I really don’t want to pick now after reading it, and I want to let my body’s immune system attack the bacteria and infection on its own. Here is a sample of what it said:
If left alone, the white blood cells attack the bacteria by secreting enzymes which break down the bacteria and ‘push’ the leftovers out to a yellowish point on the whitehead called a pustule which ultimately dries up as eventually the swelling and the whitehead dissipates. But if you’re like me (and you must be if you’re reading this book) you’ve rarely or never seen that happen, because you’ve never waited that long for your own body to do its work.)
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