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  1. Female Acne

    5 Facts about Female Acne: Premenstrual Menopause Pregnancy Treatment Options Hormonal Treatment: Birth Control (Oral Contraceptives) Spironolactone Cyproterone Acetate (Diane-35) 5 Facts about Female Acne: As a general rule, women's hormones tend to fluctuate more than men's, which helps explain why acne in women tends to be less constant and more erratic than acne in men. More than half of all adult women experience at least occasional breakouts. 60-70% of women who battle acne experience premenstrual flare-ups. Acne can occur throughout a woman's adult life: in...
  2. Women, Stress, and Acne

    Psychological stress is a negative state of mind that women as a whole tend to experience more than men. If stress continues for long periods of time, it can become chronic, leading to disorders like chronic anxiety and depression, and also potentially more acne. To understand how stress might result in more acne, let's delve deeper into the connection between the two. The Connection Between Stress and Acne Research is clear that people with acne are more stressed...
  3. Menopause and Acne

    While acne occurs most often in girls and young women, it occurs also in women who are older, including those who are going through menopause. The skin is sensitive to hormones, so some of the hormonal changes that occur during the early stages of menopause can lead to acne in some instances.1-10 However, as women get older, acne decreases, and this trend occurs even through the menopausal years. In other words, while menopausal acne can occur,...
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