As any aesthetic physician knows, acne can be an issue for patients ranging from their 20s through their 60s. But in contrast to teenage acne, adult acne poses unique challenges in terms of treatment due to differences between teenage and adult skin.
Regardless of age, all acne is caused by hormonal fluctuations. For teens, acne appears as hormones begin to surge and stimulate the oil glands. In adult women, acne outbreaks are associated with the hormonal changes associated with monthly menstrual cycles and the onset of menopause, which also impact oil production…Read More