Many of life’s milestones are attached to a timeline. You always remember how old you were when you had your first date, started your first job or bought your first car. You might also be eagerly anticipating that age when your acne will go away. But at what age should you expect that to happen?
Below, we’ve provided a quick overview of the different factors to consider with adolescent acne, the impact it has at different stages and what to expect over its lifecycle.
People in the entertainment industry, deserved or not, are perceived to be obsessed with appearance, quick to resort to any or all available means to minimize or eliminate any perceived flaw.
Dancer Cassandra Naud, however, refreshingly stands out from this commonly held outlook in the entertainment business, especially considering her unique appearance.
Teen bullying has finally been getting the attention it deserves in recent years as an issue that should not be tolerated under any circumstances. Unfortunately, there is still a long way to go before teen bullying is dramatically reduced.
Teenagers suffering from acne frequently find themselves an easy target for bullying, abuse and ridicule from their peers.
Eastern philosophies (such as yoga) teach the mind-body connection and how the two are intertwined. If you’ve ever suffered from acne, you know that it affects you emotionally as well as physically that can leave scars on your complexion as well as your spirit.
Don’t let acne bury your true self and keep you from real happiness. Follow these steps to restore your spirit and recover from any negative emotions and feelings that can sometimes plague acne sufferers.
While a woman’s ability to conceive and give birth is a miracle of nature, it comes with some side effects that aren’t quite as wonderful.
The menstrual cycle for women is often accompanied by cramps, bloating and moodiness, and if you’re one of the 63% of acne-prone women who also experience acne breakouts along with their period, it may seem like too much to handle.