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Ethnic Skin Acne Asian Skin and Acne Asian people, like all ethnicities, commonly suffer from acne, but Asian people may have slightly less acne than other ethnicities. Asian skin tends to be... August 31,2018
Ethnic Skin Acne Black Skin and Acne Black people, like all ethnicities, suffer from acne at a high rate. Black people also contend with raised scarring, including keloid scarring, more than other ethnicities. August 31,2018
Ethnic Skin Acne Latino Skin and Acne Latino people experience high levels of acne, just like all other ethnicities. However, Latino people may experience more severe lesions and scarring when compared to other non-Caucasian groups. Latino people tend to experience hyperpigmentation, which are the red/dark marks left after acne heal. August 30,2018
For Females Female Acne Facts about female acne are explored. Premenstrual acne, pregnancy, hormonal treatment (spironolactone, cyproterone acetate). Reviews & Support. September 15,2018
Makeup Can Makeup Cause Acne? The wrong makeup can cause or worsen acne. This page explains how pore-clogging ingredients can affect the skin and what are the best makeup choices for acne-prone skin. Tips on how to apply makeup are included. September 04,2018
For Males Male Acne Males tend to experience more acne compared to females and have specific concerns such as reducing irritation when shaving. This page also explores bodybuilding (bulking up), anabolic steroid use, facemasks, back and neck acne, male adult acne, and sun protection. September 15,2018
Sun Exposure Sunscreen (SPF) and Acne Everything you need to know about using sunscreen (SPF) on acne-prone skin. The difference between physical and chemical sunscreen ingredients is explored, along with information on broad spectrum and water resistant sunscreens. Directions on how to choose and apply the best sunscreen are given. September 15,2018
Pregnancy Does Pregnancy Cause Acne? The hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy normally lead to clearer skin. However, especially during the third trimester, an acne flare may occur. If you do experience acne during pregnancy, be sure to speak with your doctor before using any medications. September 15,2018
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