Acne Clinical Research Studies at CDCRI in San Diego
Most people have had some kind of struggle with acne. From an occasional ill-timed zit right before a big date to a lifelong struggle with perpetual breakouts, acne has somehow had an impact on the lives of most individuals. California Dermatology & Clinical Research Institute in San Diego understands that struggle, and that is why we have dedicated research studies and clinical trials that use the latest and greatest science to try to find a way to combat acne breakouts.
WHAT ARE ACNE BREAKOUTS AND PIMPLES?
Everyone is familiar with what pimples look and feel like, but most are unfamiliar with what causes an annoying array of acne to break out on the face. Acne starts with clogged pores. Skin cells die all the time and should be naturally shed off, but sometimes the dead skin cells become sticky and oily. When this happens, instead of falling off the skin cells stays on your body and clogs your pores, creating a hodgepodge of bacteria and oils inside the skin.
Your body is constantly producing natural oils, and sometimes it can overproduce oil, creating more than the skin needs. This is especially common during puberty or when you are feeling stressful. All of this oil gets clogged up behind the narrowed or clogged pores, building pressure behind the skin. As the oil and bacteria grows from behind the skin, it becomes inflamed as the body attempts to fight off the foreign agent, resulting in that irritating red bump that we now call acne or pimples.
WHAT CAUSES ACNE AND PIMPLES?
We broke down the biomechanics behind acne, but what are some of the causes of a perilous patch of pimples? Is the cause of acne overdosing on oily food and chocolate, drinking coffee and soda, or maybe from wearing too much makeup? Don't believe any of these acne myths. The true cause of acne breakouts is kind of boring. Acne is driven by the hormones in your body and the oils in your skin, so it is a naturally occurring event that you really don't have much control over. However, there are a few circumstances that may aggravate a preexisting vulnerability to breakouts. If you have fluctuating hormones, such as during puberty, you can find yourself more predisposed to pimples. Also, certain clothing and headwear that touch and occlude the skin can aggravate the skin and trap dead skin in your pores, resulting in breakouts. Finally, constantly touching and picking at the face or other areas of the skin that is susceptible to breakouts can lead to acne and pimples.
GET FREE TREATMENT FOR ACNE BREAKOUTS AND PIMPLES AT CALIFORNIA DERMATOLOGY & CLINICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE IN SAN DIEGO
Tired of the breakouts? Want to get zero zits? California Dermatology and Clinical Research Institute in San Diego can help. We run cutting edge clinical research studies on a number of dermatological issues, including acne. We offer free treatment for those with acne issues, and oftentimes we even offer cash compensation for travel. If you are interested in getting free treatment for your acne and pimples, contact California Dermatology and Research Institute in San Diego today!