Acne is a multifactorial disease whose major developing factors are the age, diet, climate, environment and stress. Genetic predisposition and endocrine factors are also important.
The propionic bacterium (propionobacterium acne) of acne, situated within the sebaceous follicles, produces lipase, which virtually generate acne. Initially the orifice of the pilosebaceous duct is clogged and then the sebum and the fatty acids act as irritants.
Professional treatment is required to treat acne. By using special treatments and products, we achieve balancing of the secretion of grease, cleaning of clogged follicles, destruction of bacteria that cause acne lesions and finally alleviation of the irritation and redness that often the skin with acne results in.