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why do you get pimples around your lips

Pimples are caused by hair follicles getting clogged with dead skin cells or oil. This oil is also known as sebum. Sebum travels through hair follicles to help add moisture to your skin and hair. When extra sebum and dead skin cells build up, they block the pore and bacteria begins to grow. This results in a pimple. A forms when the follicle wall swells, and a
forms when the bacteria in the clogged pores is exposed to air. Pimples are in teenagers and young adults, but they can also occur in babies and older adults. If runs in your family, you may be more likely to have pimples.

Not removing makeup properly at night can cause pores to clog. may trigger acne. and carbohydrates may also be triggers. Medications, such as, can make pimples worse. during puberty can contribute to pimples. Pimples in women can be linked to hormonal changes that happen during your menstrual cycle, while, or during menopause. can contribute to pimples. Unlike cold sores, pimples and acne arenвt contagious. Numerous causes can lead to white bumps on the lips. These include: : These harmless, tiny (1 to 2 millimeter) white bumps inside the lips are visible sebaceous, or oil-producing, glands.

These spots tend to get bigger as a person gets older. A person may have one small bump or as many as 100 bumps on the lips, typically on the inner portion. : Oral herpes can cause white bumps or canker sores on the lips. These may first appear as small sores, then become blistered and fluid-filled. : Common in babies, milia are small, white bumps that occur when dead skin cells become trapped in the skin. While milia most commonly occur on the face, they also can appear on the lips. : A white bump with a flat or raised texture may appear on the face.

The bump is usually painless at first, but may eventually start to bleed or ulcerate. Sun exposure, alcohol abuse, tobacco use (especially chewing tobacco), and the (HPV) are all known oral cancer causes. : Oral thrush is a fungal infection that causes white lesions on the lips, mouth, gums, or tonsils. The fungus Candida albicans is the most common fungal strain to cause oral thrush. Sometimes white bumps on the lips are a harmless genetic variation. Just as some people have moles or birthmarks, others may have white bumps on the lips.

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