The acne PLR package contains 5 articles, which discuss three different types of acne, natural remedies to control acne, and the relationship between stress and acne.
Any health or medical, blog and/or niche website can use the acne PLR as a means to educate the public about the symptoms and treatment for acne and how this skin disorder affects the lives of many.
What You’ll Receive
Covers the basics of acne, which include copies of the content in PDF, Word and Text formats.
1. What is Acne? – 413 words
2. Natural Remedies to Control Acne – 421 words
3. The Relationship between Stress and Acne – 415 words
4. Symptoms and Treatment for Rosacea – 425 words
5. Symptoms and Treatment for Acne Neonatorum – 475 words
Symptoms and Treatment for Acne Neonatorum
When new parents arrive home with their bundle of joy, they don’t expect to deal with acne. After all, acne is a disorder of the sebaceous glands that keep the skin from becoming dehydrated; a skin problem that normally shows up during teen years.
However, babies can experience various skin disorders within weeks after they’re born. Acne Neonatorum, better known as baby acne, affects infants and appears about three weeks after birth. A study of 22 infants in Athens, Greece between 1993 and 1996 revealed the condition affected more boys (18) than girls (4).
Parents might notice red spots on the baby’s forehead, cheeks, or chin. Though, the condition is not harmful to your little one so there is no cause for alarm. The appearance of acne, at any age, is usually the result of hormonal changes.
Maternal hormones may circulate in small amounts through the baby’s blood stream for several weeks after birth. As in teens, the hormones stimulate the oil glands to produce more sebum. If the baby gets hot and fussy, the red spots appear much brighter.
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