All About Sebum
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part of the oil that is located on the surface of the skin. Other
ingredients found in the oil of the skin are sweat, lipids and environmental dirt. Sebum is one of the main providers of body odor. Sebum itself is actually odorless, but its bacterial disintegration is what
produces the odor. This is why if you keep your skin clean of
bacteria using antibacterial soaps frequently, you can reduce body odor to a great extent. Sebum makes contact with hair follicles and coats the hair and also reaches
the skin by way of the hair follicles. Most people will experience
oily hair if the hair is not washed for a few days. This happens
due to the sebum. The Latin meaning of sebum is fat.
How is sebum
produced by sebaceous glands. These glands are found on most parts
of your body. Except just a few, the majority of the sebaceous
glands open into a hair follicle. These represent the sites of acne
What does sebum do?
protects skin from bacterial infection. Another function of the
sebum is to decrease the natural water loss of body from the skin.
Too much sebum production may cause acne.
production declines as you get older. Especially in women it
reduces after menopause. Adult females generally produce less sebum
than males. Sebum production may rise during a men’s puberty.
various common theories about sebum. Some individuals think that drying excess sebum with blotting oils will
reduce sebum production. Other people believe that using products supposed to control oil production that will
increase sebum production. Both of these are wrong conclusions. Drying excess oil will just get rid of surface
oil. And using oil control products will not increase sebum production. Sebum is needed to protect the skin, but
over production of sebum can lead to oily skin and regular acne flare ups.
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