“If not treated properly with correct medication, the inflammation will reoccur, In more serious cases, the epidermis, or the appearance of skin, will be permanently injured, scars resembling the texture of orange skin will be left, hair follicle pores will be enlarged, and the skin will become thicker due to hyperplasia. Sometimes, the inflammation even leads to superfluous tumors or lumps, and red nose” Zhao explains.
This is my main confusion, as Zhao states the appearance of the skin can be permanently injured. My skin is thick and has the orange looking texture, so how do I know if it is permanently injured? I do not have the acne component.
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