The acne pimple is a teenager's most feared skin complaint. As we
all know, these unsightly bumps can appear sporadically throughout
one's adult years as well.
A pimple is an oil gland duct which has become plugged but continues
to secrete sebum. Pressure builds up within the gland and eventually
erupts, emptying irritating sebum into the dermis. The immune system
responds immediately. White cells rush to the area on a wave of healing
blood, causing the telltale swelling and redness we know so well.
What causes the oil gland to plug up? The Cayce readings pinpointed
an imbalance in the elimination and circulation systems as the primary
culprit. Since acne is a serious skin problem and is persistent in
nature, therapy involves several processes which should be consistently