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CONSISTENCY

Consistency refers to rough skin, poor skin texture, large pores, pimples, acne & acne scar issues.

Harsh environmental conditions, hormonal fluctuations (such as puberty or menopause), stressful lifestyle, poor skincare regime or bad hygiene, are some common causes for skin with poor texture, clogged pores, blackheads, whiteheads, pimples and acne breakouts. 

Severe cases of acne inflammation can leave permanent raised or depressed scars on the skin.

Enlarged Pores

Enlarged pores are more visible than regular pores and tend to be found on oily or aging skin. They can get clogged with debris and oil, like sebum. Those with large pores can be more prone to breakouts.

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Bulky Lesions

Bulky lesions are skin abnormalities that can vary in appearance, colour and texture. Often, these lesions are seen as growths on the skin surface, such as raised moles, skin tags and seborrheic keratosis.

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Acne Scars

Acne scarring is the direct result of deep trauma to the skin related to acne. External factors, such as picking, can traumatize even small acne lesions and result in scarring. Acne scars manifest as areas of pitted or raised skin and can occur on the face or body.

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Acne Pustules

Pustules is a moderate form of middle-sized acne on the face and are surrounded by inflammation. Resist the urge to pop them as you might be exposing it to possible infection and scars.

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Acne Papules

Acne occurs when the pores are clogged with sebum (oil). Acne Papules are considered a milder form of acne, appear pink in colour, are small in size and are often caused by an inflamed hair follicle.

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Acne Nodules

Nodular acne is a severe form of acne often appearing large, inflamed and painful. They affect deeper layers of the skin. Nodular acne can appear on the face, back, and the body.

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