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Acne is a common skin disorder that affects 80% of people at some point in their lives. Adults as well as teenagers can suffer from acne; it can develop for the first time in adults over the age of 25. Although men do suffer from adult acne, it is more common in women and there are two subtypes: persistent acne which is acne from teenage years that has not cleared up and late-onset acne, which affects individuals over the age of 25.
Acne in women is especially sensitive to hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle and therefore most women notice their acne is worse during the pre-menstrual period. Late onset acne has been linked with an individual’s family history. Unfortunately, there is no cure for acne, however there are many treatment options that can help to reduce and make living with acne easier.