If you have pregnancy acne, you’re in good company: over 50% of expecting mothers develop it at some point during their pregnancy. In this article, we discuss the medically reviewed causes of pregnancy acne, as well as ways to treat it successfully.
All acne is caused by the same factors—inflammation, bacteria, and excess oil production. However, not all acne is caused by the same combination of these factors. Here's how to get rid of your cheek acne once and for all.
Some acne clears up in days while others can takeseveral months. While you need to stick to an acne treatment for some time without giving up to truly see the best results, there are some ways to encourage acne to clear up faster.
Acne-prone skin is a common condition among people of all ages, but it’s even more likely to develop during the teenage years. Check out this guide to discover effective and safe products for teenage acne.
Let's get one thing straight: acne is not your fault. But that doesn't mean that it can't be treated, and even prevented in the first place. Let's dive deeper into the causes of acne, so that we can better learn how to prevent it and treat it.
Winter acne is a common phenomenon among people with acne-prone skin, especially those living in areas that have particularly dry, chilly winters. Although all acne is caused by the same basic factors of inflammation, oil production, and bacteria, there is a link between cold weather and acne because of the irritation and inflammation that go hand-in-hand with a dry atmosphere.