Acne Is Not Exclusive To Teenagers

midlife acne

If you were one of the lucky teenagers that never had to deal with acne and the multitude of products on the market that (supposedly) helped fight its symptoms, that does not necessarily mean that you will be equally as lucky in your 40s. Midlife acne is real and affects 12% of females between the ages of 50 and 40 years old, and 26% of women between the ages of 40 and 31 years old.  Read More

The Connection Between Acne and Stress

connection between acne and stress

For some people, the minute they find themselves in a stressful situation, their complexion reflects their emotions. Whether they're studying for an important test, putting the final touches on a work presentation, planning for the holidays, or dealing with other issues, their skin erupts with blemishes and acne. Is it just their imagination – or do acne and stress really have a connection? Read on to decide for yourself. Only Anecdotal Evidence Frankly, acne flare-ups may not just be in your  Read More

Not All Acne Problems Are Created Equal

acne problems are not created equally

Women have been tackling the issue of acne since the medieval times. It was commonly believed that only teenagers suffered from acne but as it turns out, 50% of women in their 20s and 30s have this problem. So why does acne continue to be a problem even at this new age? Well, the proper answer to this question is that acne problems are prevalent because people do not understand that facial spots come in different categories. Without proper knowledge of your acne problem you cannot tackle the  Read More