Baby Acne

Acne Neonatorum or Baby acne is a very common condition mostly found to affect boy babies from infants to 4-6 months old babies. Most commonly it shows up a couple of weeks after birth and on the cheeks but can also be show up on the chin, forehead and back. Mainly it is a reaction of a baby’s skin to a relative imbalance of male (androgenic) and female (estrogenic) hormones in the baby’s system...

Adult Acne

Adult affects 50% of all adult women and 25% of all adult men. These statistics included medium to sever cases of consistent break outs and do not include adults with the odd break out. Many People don’t realize that Adult acne is this common and that although, like other acne, has no pinpointed cause, dermatologist believe that hormones are more than often a major factor. It is also causes just as much social...

Accutane and Depression: Is There a Link?

There is a growing concern with the possibility that accutane may be linked to depression and in some cases, suicide. First of all we have to look at the fact that many people with acne, especially teens, suffer from symptoms associated with low self esteem and poor self image. Recent studies show these symptoms to be Social withdrawal Decreased self-esteem Reduced self-confidence Poor body image Embarrassment Feelings...

Body Acne

Acne is most commonly a problem associated with your face but for many people it can be just as big a problem on other areas of the body such as the back, neck, chest, and buttocks. Like facial acne there is no cure but can be treated and controlled with a good regiment. For the cases that are sever, stronger treatments may be required, so consulting a dermatologist can help with finding out what is right for...
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