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This clearly makes sebum in the follicular reservoir more liquid causing it to flow out more swiftly. Such an effect is temporary and has no clinical significance. Some think that sebum production increases ten percent for every 1°C raise but the measurements are far too crude in our estimation to allow such precise formulation. Whether there are seasonal variations in sebum output has not been demonstrated beyond doubt. Hair evidently grows more rapidly in summer, an effect more likely reflecting innate rhythms than tempera- ture.
Identification of a fatty acid in human skin surface lipids apparently associated with acne vulgaris. J. invest. Derm. 61, 286-289 (1973). , LINDSAY, D. G. : Lipid composition of comedones compared with that of human skin surface in acne patients. J. invest. Derm. 54, 487-495 (1970). : The skin surface lipids of man compared with those of eighteen species of animals. J. invest. Derm. 51, 83-89 (1968). : Comparative chemistry of sebum. J. invest. Derm. 62, 257-267 (1974). : Sebaceous gland response in man to prolonged total caloric deprivation.
Acne: Morphogenesis and Treatment by Gerd Plewig MD, Albert M. Kligman MD, PhD (auth.)