Summers don’t just dehydrate your body but also your skin. It sucks the moisture out of your skin making it look dull and dry. Your skin faces tanning under the Sun as it emits UVA rays which can reach the lower layers of your skin’s surface to cause harm. As a natural reaction to the harmful UV sun rays, your skin produces melanin.
There exists two types of pores, the first type secretes oil that the body produces called sebum. It is used to protect and lubricate the skin and hair shafts around the follicles. The other type of pores releases sweat. Pores that release sebum from the sebaceous glands that surround the hair follicles are the ones that can get clogged with oil, dead skin cells, bacteria, and dirt. Pores that release perspiration are not typically the ones that get clogged.
Pimples are small blisters, pustules, or papule-like eruptions most commonly seen on the face, back, chest or shoulders. They are majorly characterized by inflammation, redness, and even pain at times. They could be pus-filled or water-filled. Some people tend to refer to them as zits or spots as well. Numerous pimples are known to be a symptom of a skin condition or disease called Acne Vulgaris or Acne in common terms.