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Around 80% of people are affected by acne at some point during their life. Acne is most common for people in their teenage years because of the increased testosterone levels as a result of puberty. The increased testosterone causes sebaceous glands to form an excess level of oil. Acne will be visible on your face, back, or chest in the form of whiteheads, blackheads, and red bumps and marks. Acne could be hereditary in some people but is mainly the result of increased testosterone levels.

  • Affects around 80% of males and females at some point during their life
  • Causes include puberty and increased testosterone
  • Creams, gels, and prescription medications can be used to treat acne

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Who does it affect?

Everyone has the possibility of developing acne at some point during their life. It is most common in males and females during their teens and early twenties. Women are more likely to develop acne when they’re older as a result of changes in hormone levels during periods and pregnancies.

How to treat it

Although there is no ‘cure’ for acne, there are ways that can help manage and clear up your skin. Over the counter creams and gels that use benzoyl peroxide can help reduce bacteria on the skin, eliminate whiteheads and blackheads. However, when these creams and gels don’t work or your acne is more severe, a prescription medication may be needed. These medications can include stronger gels and creams or antibiotics that help by killing bacteria on the surface of the skin.

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