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Are you an adult with acne?
Just because you’re an adult doesn’t mean you can’t get acne.
All about acne
Did you know that acne is the most common skin condition? About 85% of teenage boys, 80% of teenage girls, and 8% of adults aged 25 to 34 years are affected by some form of acne. While acne is most commonly found on the face, it can also appear on your neck, back, chest, and shoulders.
What causes acne?
Acne is caused by excess oil and dead skin cells that build up and clog pores. Rising hormone levels in puberty cause the skin glands to produce extra oil, which is why acne is particularly common among teens and young adults. Family history can also play a role. Simply put, if your parents had acne, it’s more likely you will, too.
Acne is usually divided into 2 different types: non-inflammatory and inflammatory.
What you can do
Effectively managing acne starts with good skin care. Visit Skin-Care Tips to learn more. Remember, your doctor is your best source of information about how to treat your acne. Talk with your doctor before trying new products or changing your existing skin-care routine.
Treatment is available
There is currently no cure for acne, but it can be effectively managed with treatment. While over-the-counter products may be effective for mild breakouts, many people require a prescription medication to get their acne under control. Talk with your doctor about treatment options like FABIOR Foam. It is a once-daily acne medicine available in an easy-to-apply foam.
Are you the parent of a teen with acne?
Talking with your teen may help you start a conversation about acne.
Are you an adult who has acne?
Many adults develop acne, even those who never had it as a teen. Learn more.