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Acne Vulgaris or Acne as it is more commonly known, is an infection of the skins' pores that causes them to become inflammed and red, possibly with puss. There are many different types of acne including blackheads, whiteheads, and cystic acne.

Acne occurs mist often in teenagers but can continue into adult life in some cases.

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