Acne is a skin problem caused by clogged pores. Medically known as sebum hair follicles, they are mainly found on the face, chest and back. These sebaceous glands are stimulated by hormones to continuously release oil. Especially during puberty, hormone levels in the body rise, stimulating the sebaceous glands to produce a lot of oil, causing the hair follicle cells to shed more quickly, and the mixed oil can block the outlet of the hair follicle, resulting in visible blackheads and whiteheads (acne). These confined spaces can become breeding grounds for “acne bacteria,” releasing a flood of irritants that inflame hair follicles and rupture the wall’s membrane, resulting in inflamed, pus-filled pimples.