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About Acne

If you have ever had a pimple, you’ve had acne. It is a hormonal and inflammatory disease that affects all ethnicities, particularly during adolescence and early adulthood, and is found primarily on the face and upper body

Acne lesions occur when the pores of the skin become clogged, trapping skin oil and bacteria inside, leading to a variety of acne lesions, from mild acne to severe acne that can scar

Factors that may make acne worse: genetics, hormones, physical irritation of the skin, stress, sunburns, cosmetics, and diet.

Avoid pore-clogging ingredients, and always pop correctly. 
 

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Makeup Does Makeup Help with Self-esteem When You Have Acne? Acne wreaks havoc on self-esteem. Makeup can cover acne and help increase self-esteem while you treat your acne and get it under control. But be sure to use only non-comedogenic makeup and apply it with a featherlight touch to avoid irritation. January 07, 2020
Hormones Can Prohormones Cause Acne? People with acne have higher levels of prohormones in their bodies than people with clear skin. Therefore, supplementing with prohormones may lead to more acne. Plus, prohormone supplements do not deliver on their promise of "steroid-like results." January 27, 2020
About Acne Are Dermatologists Experts in Acne? Most dermatologists are not experts in acne. Dermatologists must learn about a huge number of skin diseases, and acne is only one of them. Whether a dermatologist specializes in acne depends entirely on her interests after her formal training has ended. January 22, 2020
Shaving Choosing a Razor for Acne-prone Skin When it comes to shaving, reducing irritation is the name of the game. From our completely unbiased research and in-person testing, 2-blade cartridge razors are the best choice because they produce low irritation and are unlikely to nick the skin. January 22, 2020
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