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Why do they say that in your teenage its normal to get pimple? and why do we've pimple and sometimes people are more then 20 still they've pimples on thier faces? why is that so? 
If your parents had acne the chances of you having it also are high.
JnAAs you wrote, the over production of skin & hair oils which trap bacteria are a cause of acne. There are a number of antibacterial face washes designed to help this problem and special soaps for 'oily skin'.Do you think that those soaps for oily skins may be counter productive, in that they dry the skin to the extent that yet more oils are produced to replace the washed away oil? Could it also be the case that antibacterial soaps are similarly counter productive because they too must strip away the skin's oils?Could it be preferable to use a mild soap, and not too often, so as to prevent a build up of surface oils?Just a couple of wild thoughts.
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I think it would be a good thing if more research was conducted in this field. I suffered a lot from this condition when I was in my teens, and I still have outbreaks (more than 40 years later). Sadly, I seem to have passed the condition on to my childrenMy dad was a pharmacist and we tried lots of things, but nothing really seemed to help much.