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Acne Can Be A Problem At Any Age


Adult, teenage and baby acne have something in common; no one likes the problem. Adult, teenage and baby acne problems are surrounded by myths.

Adult, teenage and baby acne myth #1: This myth concerns babies. People believe babies do not have actual acne but at least 30% of babies are born with acne.

Adult, teenage and baby acne myth #2: This myth applies to teens. It does not hurt to pick at or pop the zits. This can lead to scarring so it is better to leave them alone.

Adult, teenage and baby acne myth #3: This myth is about adult, teenage and baby acne. The reason anyone has acne is because they are not clean enough. Over washing can actually make the acne worse.

Adult, teenage and baby acne myth #4: This myth concerns adults and teens. While some think a person's diet causes acne, others believe this is not true unless a food allergy is the source of the problem.

Adult, teenage and baby acne myth #5: This myth applies to babies. If a baby has acne, he will be more likely to suffer from it as a teen. This is not true and often a baby who has acne will have blemish-free skin when he becomes a teenager.

Adult, teenage and baby acne myth #6: This myth has to do with teens. You should let acne disappear by itself. There are many treatments available and you can contact a dermatologist if needed.

Adult, teenage and baby acne myth #7: This myth applies to adults. You will outgrow acne problems. Not everyone outgrows acne and it is best to seek treatment.

There are many myths about adult, teenage and baby acne. Know the facts.

 

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