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While most prevalent in teens, acne can affect people of all ages from tweens to older adults, and its effects range from annoying intermittent breakouts to redness, permanent scarring and darkened skin. Acne is most common among females, and often occurs during times of hormonal change including puberty, pregnancy, and around or during menopause. Some women experience acne for decades.
We understand your acne affects more than your skin, it affects how you look and how you feel about how you look. Even the mildest breakouts can be embarrassing. While there is no cure for acne, our dermatologists and other expert acne specialists have a number of effective treatment options available. While we all may get the occasional pimple, when the condition is persistent, seeking help early can help get it under control and diminish its physical, social and emotional effects.
Talk with an Advanced Dermatology dermatologist or one of our other acne specialists about our customized acne treatment options.
Rosacea or acne? Some people mistake rosacea for acne. While rosacea may include pimple-like breakouts, other symptoms signal rosacea and not acne.