Everyone wants blemish-free skin, but for many, clear skin does not come naturally. Acne usually makes its first appearance on the youthful skin of adolescents during puberty. This is a time when hormones are changing and the body is transforming to take on the appearance of an adult. Although acne is highly common during this time period, it can still be a source of embarrassment. To make matters worse, acne can follow teens into adulthood, plaguing them with unsightly pimples and blemishes during their 20s, 30s, 40s, and even 50s. Fortunately, there are treatments available to help people who struggle with acne.
Did you know…
that according to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is the number one skin problem in the U.S.? In fact, as many as 50 million people are thought to suffer from the condition at any time – including teens, adults, and even babies. Of those, 17 million are thought to suffer from acne on an ongoing basis. It can strike anyone at anytime. Even adults who have never had skin problems can suddenly be stricken with adult-onset acne. The AAD reports that adult-onset acne can occur as late as menopause, when many women experience skin problems as a result of hormonal changes.
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