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1acné masculine, feminine(with masculine article in the singular) acne feminine
- In fact, androgen levels do not correlate with acne severity among people with acne.
- I have never really suffered from acne, but the skin in these areas is covered in blackheads.
- Anabolic steroids, sometimes used by body-builders, can cause acne as a side-effect.
- Around three-quarters of all teenagers and young adults suffer from acne.
- This therapist had suffered from acne as a teen and the spots stayed with her as she got older, albeit to a lesser extent.
- Laser therapy appears to offer no benefit in the treatment of acne, according to new research.
- The same medicines used for acne often work for whiteheads and blackheads.
- He was the kind of guy who never had to worry about acne and pimples because he never had them.
- Aggressive scrubbing does not affect the oil deep in your pores where acne starts.
- The glands remain immature until puberty, and it is the secretion of sebum that is associated with pubertal acne.
- You can help prevent acne by gently washing your face twice a day with soap and warm water.
- There is also no evidence that certain foods, such as fried foods or chocolate, cause or aggravate acne.
- The onset of acne is usually around puberty, but in a minority of cases it may also start in adulthood.
- He has straight, mousey blonde hair and a pitted face which suggests he has suffered from acne at some point.
- Surely, there are greater crusades in life than fighting acne in adolescence and wrinkles in old age.
- My face, neck, back, and chest are free of acne and any other blemish.
- Fluctuating hormone levels that normally occur in adolescence can aggravate acne.
- Certain occupations and activities seem to favour the formation of comedones or acne.
- In addition to the potential causes of acne, there are also many myths about what causes acne.
- Some dermatologists think that bars of chocolate and greasy fry-ups exacerbate acne.