By now, you know that the majority of people with acne will have at least one blemish on their face.

But for some, it can take up to three months to find out if the condition is caused by their acne or by other factors.

That’s because the skin doesn’t develop normally, and it can become inflamed and irritated.

What you may not realize is that there are some factors that can contribute to the condition.

One such factor is that acne can affect your immune system.

In fact, research has found that the skin is more sensitive to infections and infections can be more likely to lead to acne than they are to any other disease.

The more you have acne, the more sensitive your skin is to infections.

According to a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, there are two types of skin inflammation that can cause acne.

First, there is the inflammation that occurs when the skin grows and gets exposed to chemicals.

The second type of skin inflammatory is caused when the cells in the skin begin to secrete substances called inflammatory cytokines.

These chemicals are produced in response to the presence of certain bacteria or toxins.

These inflammatory cytokine responses are usually associated with scarring and acne.

In addition, certain chemicals in your skin can trigger the immune system to fight off the infection.

In a study led by Dr. David M. Miller of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, researchers compared the responses of healthy volunteers who had both acne and normal skin to those who did not.

The results revealed that the healthy volunteers showed significantly higher levels of inflammation in the dermis and in the lymph nodes than did the patients with acne.

The scientists also discovered that these inflammatory responses were associated with an increase in the number of white blood cells in and around the dermal glands.

The researchers suggest that inflammation and scarring may be caused by the production of the cytokines that can trigger inflammation and acne, and that the production and release of these cytokines may contribute to an increase of white cells.

What can you do to treat acne?

In addition to trying to get rid of the cause of the acne, you may also want to consider other options.

For example, it may help to stop smoking.

This may help the immune systems of the patient to fight the infection, which could decrease the risk of scarring.

In many people, the natural acne treatment, zinc oxide, has been shown to reduce inflammation and make the skin less susceptible to infection.

This might also help reduce the risk for scarring, which is why many people choose to stop using zinc oxide altogether.

Another treatment that is being tested for use in the treatment of acne is zinc-containing creams and lotions.

This treatment also has been associated with reduced inflammation and decreased scarring in studies.

This is because zinc is a very strong antioxidant and can reduce the damage caused by free radicals.

These antioxidants are produced when the body’s own body is damaged.

They can also act as antioxidants to prevent the production or release of free radicals in the body.

So, the combination of a healthy diet and a healthy immune system will reduce the chances of developing acne, even if it is caused in some other way.

If you are considering treating acne, make sure you get advice from a dermatologist and that you use the right products.

Dr. Laura L. Jones, a dermatology professor at the University at Buffalo, is also a coauthor of the study.

The article originally appeared on National Geographic.