DiseasesHow to Get Rid of Butt Acne

How to Get Rid of Butt Acne

How to deal with acne is generally clear. Ideally, go to a beautician, get tested, follow the selected care regimen. But what if pimples are not on the face, but on the pope? In this article, we will discuss how to get rid of butt acne.

At first, let us clear something. Butt acne has nothing to do it hemorrhoid skin tags. These things are completely different. And, their treatment as well.

Pimples on the pope are not uncommon, and you shouldn’t be shy. But they have a different origin than acne on the face, chest, and back. On the face and back, it is acne. But on the pope – no. Although the priest seems to be the same back, only lower. 

But now we will rip off a couple of covers and let us know that the priest is a unique organ. This is the driest and coldest place on the body. On the butt, in contrast to the face, back, and décolleté, there are several times fewer sebaceous glands, and they are much less active. 

But there are sweat glands and hair follicles. For the time being, they behave quietly and do not interfere with us. But sometimes they become more active. Wearing tight, tight synthetic clothing that prevents moisture from evaporating creates conditions for these hair follicles to become inflamed. 

It turns out the effect of a greenhouse – and hello, acne. Under “tight synthetic clothing” we mean tight-fitting panties a la Bridget Jones, leggings, and stretch jeans. The longer you wear them, the higher the risk. 10-12 hours a day is enough. If at the same time you do not wash them every day (and who does jeans daily?) – the risk increases. 

In general, the better the priest “breathes”, the fewer chances she has of getting acne. (Good news: with age, hair follicles tend to weaken and die off. Any woman notices: after 40 years, depilation on her legs (and not only) can be done less often.)

Another reason is jacuzzis in spas and fitness clubs. Not so long ago, they discovered that there is such a disease – spa folliculitis. (True, only 20% of people are exposed to it, the rest – thanks to the good microbiome of the priests – are out of danger).

Spa folliculitis arises from the fact that in hot public baths, which are not disinfected to the required degree, colonies of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, resistant to chlorine. In general, initially, it should die from the bleach. 

But it somehow adapted and in certain circumstances survives and forms a biofilm. She especially likes water warmer than +37 degrees. And this stick does not go directly to the body, but to those parts of it that are covered with swimsuits or swimming trunks. People are usually afraid to sit on the jacuzzi steps with their bare ass. And in vain: a naked ass will take everything and will not sneeze. 

When Pseudomonas aeruginosa gets on the fabric of the swimsuit, it begins to multiply and infect the skin. The incubation period is from 8 hours to 5 days. Sometimes pimples on the butt are accompanied by fever, runny nose, and sore throat and joints. The impression that you caught the flu. But the virus has absolutely nothing to do with it. 

What to do?

If pimples appear on the pope, and you did not go to the spa, the main thing is not to rub them with scrubbing brushes and exclude synthetic clothes. It is pointless to smear acne with acids, retinol, skinoren, and zinerit (drugs for treating acne on the face). 

It is better to dry them with salicylic acid, lactic acid, and glycolic acid. Potassium permanganate and brilliant green are also to help. 

But let’s say acne persists. And you can fight this: do laser hair removal of the buttocks. No hair follicles – no problem!

And if you catch a Pseudomonas aeruginosa in a spa, there is no need to be treated at all, and the sore throat will also go away on its own. To calm down, you can cauterize them with the same brilliant green, potassium permanganate, or alcohol. But, in principle, healthy skin quickly gets rid of it.  

So if you like the jacuzzi – wash your swimsuit with soap or powder after each hot bath. (Although this spoils him and after a regular pool it is not necessary to do this).
 This has nothing to do with saunas, hammams, and other baths. There, Pseudomonas aeruginosa is not formed.

But, by the way: it has been noticed that people with rough skin on their shoulders are prone to acne on the buttocks. It is also called “goose”. If you have such a feature, pay special attention to your butt. Exfoliating scrubs and acidic body washes will help you. 

Well, to complete the hot topic of naked priests. It is almost impossible to get genital infections by domestic means. In this sense, it is safe to sit on the steps of the jacuzzi in thongs and bikinis. And even public toilets are not as scary as many people think. You don’t have to sit on airport toilets in eagle pose. Another thing is that psychologically it is not very pleasant. 

Disclaimer: AlDoctor doesn’t endorse or take any guarantee of the accuracy or completeness of information provided under this article and these are the views strictly of the writer. Readers are supposed to consult with their respective doctors before taking any medicine.

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