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You thought you were done with this.
For years you’ve been living a clear-skinned adult life, no acne treatment in your bathroom cabinets.
Then, one morning, the pimples resurface.
Yes, adults sometimes have to deal with acne. It’s not as predictable as adolescent skin problems, but a little detective work (and perhaps a visit to a dermatologist) can nip it in the bud.
There are some common acne triggers adults face, including:
Depending on what’s causing your acne, your doctor may recommend different ways to treat it.
There are some things you can do to prevent your acne from getting worse:
The dermatologists at Edward-Elmhurst Health have specialized training and state-of-the-art tools to help you with acne and any other skin, hair and nail condition. Learn more.
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