It's off-limits but we’re putting a spotlight on it

It's off-limits but we’re putting a spotlight on it

June is a very important month for us over here at AcnEase. It’s a time when we get to pull out all the stops by focusing even more so on a topic that is usually off-limits. Well guess what? We’re going to chat even more now about how we can help you get rid of your acne long term, and how you will also be able to help others who you don’t even know with getting rid of their acne – it’s all about paying it forward. #acnechat

The goal here during the next month is to create awareness behind the fact that acne can be a real problem and encourage you to inform, ask questions, share information with others, and figure out what is the best acne treatment for you for the long term.

It becomes crucial to recognize acne as a disease to take seriously. Some people suffer tremendously physically and psychologically. They don’t even know why they have acne, whether it’s a hormonal imbalance or genetics, adult onset acne, what the different types of acne are and what is best for it. We’re here to foster these conversations in order to show that this is not a taboo topic!

Let’s talk about it! #acnechat #acneawarenessmonth

There are over 60 million people in the US alone who suffer from acne and who need real help and support of getting rid of it, and in part, how to live with it. . Therefore, AcnEase is proud to create more awareness to make the acne challenge easier for those who live with acne daily, and to help as many as we can to beat it (after all we are successful in over 96% of acne cases!).

From the causes of acne, to acne remedies to acne scar removal, we will do our best to get you the information you need to become acne free.

AcnEase is not only a treatment against acne, it is also an ear and a voice for people with acne. Acne is a real social problem since millions have this "disease". Kids as young as 9 years old are affected, and the average age of an adult acne sufferer has increased to 26.5 within 10 years. Those without acne might not understand, but acne can have a real psychological and social impact that affects them over the years, and that becomes a serious concern. Emotional side effects can be serious short and long term. People can experience:

  • A loss of self-esteem
  • A negative body image
  • Social withdrawal
  • Depression
  • Behavior change
  • Mood changes
  • Decreased motivation
  • Loss of appetite

... Emotional side effects can sometimes have devastating consequences like suicide.

In addition, our appearance is an essential component of the perception of self and a condition of our social integration. We have all experienced at least once social pressure by others or even by ourselves.

It’s time to take action together and make an integral change to the perception of acne by others, but also ourselves.

It’s time to learn about the right and wrong way of treating and preventing acne.

It’s time to fight it effectively and safely.

It’s time to show off a clear and healthy complexion.

Together we can participate in this movement to help each other and improve both our skin, and the image that people may have about acne. Share the information on your social networks and communicate together thanks to #acnechat and #acneawarenessmonth.

PS – Share with anyone you think may benefit from learning more about this, and make sure they sign up to receive our newsletter to stay in the loop on the month’s events!

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