The sebaceous glands found within thicker skin produce sebum, which is filled into the hair follicle. Apocrine sweat glands give off
Non-inflammatory acne lesions are also called whiteheads or blackheads and are made up of thickened, whitish to yellowish material that consists of debris originating from dead skin cells. Whiteheads, the common name for closed comedones, may develop and form inflammatory acne lesions.
Inflammatory acne lesions are also called papules, pustules, nodules, or cysts, and cause varying degrees of pain. When inflammatory acne progress to
the cystic form, this kind of acne is termed as “cystic acne.”