You get a pimple on any part of the face. There can be many reasons for this. On your chin and face, T-zone (the upper-bottom part of the forehead, nose, lips) begin to get disturbed by the pimples. Some people believe that oily skin is more likely to have such pimples. But people with dry and combination skin are also at risk of getting an acne breakout. But we're going to tell you how it can be fixed.
Closing the holes of these parts in young people makes them more prone to such pimples. These areas are affected by stress, pregnancy, menstrual cycle, start or stop taking contraceptive pills, etc.
Oil remains inside the skin opening cells as the skin is closed. This hinders oil glands and results in the form of pimples.
Propionibacterium acnes are the chemical release from the bacteria, thereby altering the structure of the oil. This causes skin irritation and swelling.
Mouths on the chin are also caused by hormonal changes. Sebaceous glands (Sebaceous glands) are especially under the control of androgen hormones. The sebaceous glanderous androgens are very sensitive to circulating.
Skin inflammation causes redness, swelling, and discomfort. Inverted eating of anything causes the problem of inflator due to weakening of the immune system.