Sebaceous Sentence Examples
Sebaceous glands secrete sebum that keeps the hair shiny and waterproof to some extent.
The skin is full of ' sebaceous glands ' which maintain the health of the skin.
They feed on epidermal tissue debris, parts of feathers, sebaceous secretions and blood.
For some children, these hormonal changes affect the skin, particularly the sebaceous glands, making them overactive.
In this event, the sebaceous glands excrete an excess of sebum to the point that it builds up into a waxy plaque on the scalp and sometimes the face.Advertisement
However, the more pernicious forms of overactive sebaceous glands can translate into seborrhea which affects both older children and adults.
Cradle cap is a condition marked by overactive sebaceous glands that are generating too much sebum.
The common thought regarding this activity is that increasing the washings will then stimulate the body to increase the sebaceous output, but such is not actually the case.
Washing your baby's hair every day with a gentle shampoo will help to diminish the sebaceous output and the amount of plaque present on your baby's head.
Actually, what causes the reaction is a glyco-protein known as Fel d1 that is found in cat saliva and urine, as well as in the sebaceous glands.Advertisement
This protein is produced in the cat's saliva, its urine and the sebaceous glands of its skin.
Typically known as Bur oil, the root works by helping the sebaceous glands in the scalp lubricate the hair follicles.
Hormone changes may lead to an overproduction of oil from the sebaceous glands, which can lead to acne.
Although Pekes are not usually candidates for a condition commonly called Sebaceous Adenitis (S.A.), this disease does cause scaly sores and hair loss.
Seborrheic refers to the sebaceous, or oil producing, glands of the skin.Advertisement
Sebum is an oily substance that forms in glands just under the surface of the skin called sebaceous glands.
The sebaceous gland units are most commonly found on the face, neck, and back.
An increase in the male hormone androgen during puberty (seen in both males and females) causes the sebaceous glands to overproduce androgen.
Sebaceous follicle-A structure found within the skin where a sebaceous gland opens into a hair follicle.
Sebum-An oily skin moisturizer produced by sebaceous glands.Advertisement
Acne-A chronic inflammation of the sebaceous glands that manifests as blackheads, whiteheads, and/or pustules on the face or trunk.
The problem occurs when too many androgens cause the sebaceous glands to produce an excess of oil, thus clogging pores and causing bacteria to grow.
Acne is common during puberty, when hormonal changes signal the sebaceous gland to make more oil.
It also contains sebaceous glands, which make oil to keep the skin soft.
Green light and heat work to reduce the bacteria and shrink the sebaceous glands in an effort to control the oil production that leads to breakouts.Advertisement
Oil-producing glands in the skin, called sebaceous glands, become clogged with oil and dead skin cells.
This medicine changes how the sebaceous glands function.
Both teens and adults get acne when bacteria settle in clogged sebaceous glands, and the same treatments work on both black and white skin.
The problem is that overactive sebaceous glands just love to wreak havoc with your skin, no matter what you might do to stop them in their tracks.
It targets and shrinks the sebaceous glands, reducing the amount of oil produced, and does not damage the surrounding tissue.
Second, the treatments slow down the sebaceous glands that make bad facial oil.
Standard Poodles are also subject to Granulomatous sebaceous adenitis.
Suitable problems include sebaceous cysts, skin tags, in-growing toenails and moles.
The skin with hair follicles, hairy skin, e.g. on the scalp, has a thin epidermis and many sebaceous glands.
At the Satin Laser Spa, LHE laser treatments, or light pulse and heat energy treatment, also targets the bacteria believed to cause acne, but additionally effects the sebaceous, or oil-producing, glands as well.
Demodex folliculorum is also a common parasite of the sebaceous glands of the skin of the face in man, and is frequent in the skin of the dog.