There are a lot of things we find fascinating about our teenage period –say, the chance to sit up all day, play games, stay up all night watching favorite TV shows, and so on. However, there is something nothing enlisted – the breakout of pimple acne on your bright, smooth face. Now, everyone seems to have their face blemished at the same time dealing with wrinkles.
Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States. Statistics from Academy of Dermatology shows that about 40 – 50 million Americans struggle with these common skin condition. It often starts at a puberty age and about all teenagers have had to live with moderate acne pimple.
According to the Academy of Dermatology, mild to moderate acne affects between 40 and 50 million Americans. And while acne usually begins in puberty and affects almost 100% of teenagers, acne is not restricted to any age group. In fact, acne affects 20% of adults between the ages of 25 and 44.
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