In a perfect world, there would be a one-size-fits-all regimen for controlling acne. But because everyone has unique skin types, lifestyles, and genetics, what may work for one doesn’t always work for the other.
Acne not only affects teenagers but it also affects adults well into their forties. Acne is typically genetic and if one of your parents had it growing up, the chances of you having it are higher.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is the most common skin condition in the United States, affecting up to 50 million Americans annually. Acne not only affects how your skin looks, but many of us don’t talk about how it also plays a major role in self-esteem and confidence.
Think about this for a minute. If you woke up every morning with zits all over your face and your parents constantly told you you’d eventually grow out of it, meanwhile