Acne at 13 v/s at 30
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Acne at 13 vs at 30 – Causes & Impact

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It’s a fact of teenage life: When puberty hits, acne often does, too. Acne can manifest severely for some, whereas others escape with just a whitehead or two. No matter what kind, all teenagers will experience a bout of acne and that’s totally – and I cannot stress it enough – normal!

The prime culprits are heredity and types of acne” class=”ek-link”>types of acne.

For the most part, OTC medications should do the job. But if you feel your acne is taking a toll on your mental and physical health, you should seek medical help. Never forget that you don’t need a reason to consult with a dermatologist: your skin is always and forever your say.  

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Dr. Poonam Wadhwani is a dermatologist and cosmetologist who has been working for nearly 19 years. She completed her education from Mumbai University. While skin, hair, and beauty are her forte, she also performs routine skincare and cosmetic procedures.
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