Acne is a skin disorder caused by changes in oil glands and hair follicles that occur during puberty. Most teenagers get some blackheads and pimples and some develop more severe, widespread acne. Acne can be effectively controlled with skin cleansers and medicines. The common type of acne is called acne vulgaris. It develops mainly on the face, neck, chest, shoulders and upper back. Skin lesions can be non-inflamed (whiteheads and blackheads), or inflamed (red or pus-filled pimples, nodules, and cysts). Acne may be mild, moderate or severe and lesions sometimes cause scarring.

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