Submit your skincare questions to Dr. Agnes, CEO of Herborium and natural medicine expert
Acne is not just a skin disease
- it is often a "soul" disease as well. The psychological and social
impact of acne is a growing and serious concern that can have severe short and
long-term emotional side effects - but the good news is that these symptoms can
Acne affects adolescents at a
time when they are developing their personalities. A growing number of adults
are suffering from acne (the average age of an acne sufferer increased during
the last ten years from 20.5 to 26.5 years old). Adults with acne have a larger
probability to get chronic acne, which forces them to deal with this issue for
a long time, and address it together with all the other adult challenges he or
problems those with acne face are:
If you have one or more of
these symptoms, you can control and defeat them - so let's work together to
overcome these obstacles!
Please note: If you
suffer with severe psychological symptoms, we recommend that you seek guidance
from your primary care physician.
Start with these 8 basic
KEEP IN MIND, FIRST
AND FOREMOST, TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR ACNE TREATMENT.
you start to see progress, the emotional effects will start to fade away.
Please feel free to
reach out to us - we're here for you!
Best wishes for great
skin and health,
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No doubt, having acne at an early age, or any age for that matter can leave emotional as well as physical scars.
I had problem acne on my face around the age of 15. I didn't want to leave my bedroom to go to school or socialize with friends. I tried every product on the shelve with hardly any noticeable effects.
I soon learned that my diet and stress levels also played a part in the acne that was covering my face. This was something I could control, so I did my best eat right and exercise a lot. Fortunately my acne eventually cleared up as I matured.