Adult Acne- It's More Common Than You Think

June 01, 2017

Adult Acne- It's More Common Than You Think

June is Acne Awareness Month so we're digging deep into acne and acne care all month long! If you think that you're the only one still dealing with acne after puberty...think again!

Many women over the age of 25 years experience adult acne. In fact, a survey of more than 1,000 adults published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology found that 50% of women between 20 and 29 years old, 35% of women between 30 and 39 years old, and 26% of women between 40 and 49 reported having acne. (Note: Adult acne is more common in women than men.)

If you haven't already read about my personal struggles with acne, you can read more about them here and here

But there are some very simple remedies to help combat acne as an adult:

There are also lifestyle changes that you can employ to help balance skin and keep hormones in check:

2. Diet Changes

 

3. Proper Supplementation

4. Stress Control

 

I hope you'll keep up with me this month as I continue to bring even more insight into the causes, solutions and even the embrace of having adult acne. Don't feel bad, you're in good company, Beauty! 

Also, Make sure you're also following us on Instagram, so you can catch all the quick tips I deliver each day! 

 





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