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What is acne?
Acne is a skin condition that commonly affects teenagers, but can also affect women of any age.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) affects millions of women in the United States. It causes a variety of fertility, hormone, skin and ovarian problems.
Acne is not something older women feel they have bargained for, particularly if they did not suffer much as a teen.
Adult acne is a skin condition older women hope not to have.
Throughout high school, I rarely had a pimple. My skin was spotless and actually caused cosmetics sales ladies at the mall to tell me not to buy their products.
During the spring and summer when flowers are blooming, who doesn’t notice the buzzing of the busy bee as it flies from one flower to another?
Getting through adolescent acne was bad enough, developing adult acne just doesn’t seem fair.
So this is highly unfair. At 42, I have laughter lines when I laugh, and the lines are beginning to show even when I'm not laughing. Looking closely, you can see the lines there. ...
Earlier this month I had a dear friend contact me about adult acne. She saw an article I wrote about adult acne and she wanted some more advice on how to get rid of hers.
If you already suffer from acne you may find it gets worse once you are pregnant. This is because of the changing hormones associated with pregnancy.
You're not alone. Connect with other women who are going through what you're going through, who understand and are here for you!
EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!