**18. Relationship between acne outbreak and resident bacteria**

Various types of bacteria live on the skin, and these are called "common bacteria." In general, these bacteria are important for healthy skin, maintaining barrier function and protecting against other harmful microorganisms. However, if the balance is disrupted or abnormal conditions persist, this can cause acne.

Some bacteria have the ability to remove sebum and dead skin cells that clog pores by breaking down sebum. However, if excessive sebum secretion and clogged pores continue, these resident bacteria (such as acne bacteria) may overgrow and cause inflammation. As a result, acne occurs.


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