Many of us are affected with spots and skin inflammation on the face, but papules and pustules can appear anywhere on the body that has oil-secreting hair follicles and glands. The back is one of the most affected areas after the face, which can be really irritating as it is harder to personally treat with topical treatments. The neck and chest are also prone to zits.
60% of acne sufferers complain that the skin condition also affects their back. If you have pimples or skin inflammation on the back, sometimes called ‘bacne’, then you may be medically diagnosed with moderate to severe acne.
There are different factors that cause spots, and there are many different types of lesions too: pustules, papules, blackheads, whiteheads, cysts and acne vulgaris.
Bacne is formed due to our glands and hair follicles on the back that secrete an oily substance called sebum. Sebum gets blocked and accumulates in the hair follicles, which when combined with bacteria and dead skin cells can result in the formation of your breakout.
The most common pimples and results of skin inflammation on our backs are:
For more information on these types of lesions, please visit our website.
If you are suffering with acne on the back, you should seek the help of a medical professional to help get your condition under control. There are ways you can help yourself with natural treatments such as a PH balancing wash and exfoliation, and there are some topical treatments that could help from the pharmacy, but bear in mind that treating your own back can be troublesome and difficult.
If you have sought medical advice from a professional for the spots on your back, you might be taking stronger solutions such as prescription medication to battle your skin inflammation. If antibiotics or other prescribed treatments are not working for you, then TheraClear could be the perfect treatment for you.
TheraClear targets multiple causes of acne in one treatment by combining vacuum and blue light.
For further information on the TheraClear please visit our website - acneclinicuk.co.uk.