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New research has provided a key understanding into why certain individuals’ skin become inflamed without a real reason.
Inflammation is your body’s natural immune response to injury or infection. It causes increased blood flow to transfer nutrients, white blood cells and heat to the affected area so that your body can properly heal and fight off any invading germs.
In some people, this reaction happens when it’s not supposed to. It’s irritating, can damage the skin further, cause infection and cause many other issues if the inflammation begins to run wild.
This research has found that an enzyme called ADAM17 could be the “gatekeeper” responsible for this immunal response. If this enzyme is deactivated in rats, the body will begin the “spontaneous production of inflammatory proteins by keratinocytes, culminating in skin inflammation and immune cell proliferation.”
This research will greatly advance treatments of skin infections in the future.
Read more about this study on Medical News Today.
Aidance Skincare does not condone testing on animals and does not test any of it’s products on animals.
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