5 Surprising Truths About Acne You Didn’t Know


Every day, millions of people around the world use prescription medicines and home remedies to fight acne. Some of these treatments work, while others aren’t very effective. The best way to combat this skin condition is to learn as much about it as you can so you can apply that knowledge to a skin care regimen. So, let’s start the learning process now. Here are five surprising truths about acne that you probably don’t know.

Washing Your Face Doesn’t Work

Many people are surprised to find out that just washing your face won’t help to reduce or manage acne. The main reason for this is because the root cause of acne is not on the surface of the skin, but underneath it. Also, when most people wash their face they use harsh cleansers that actually add to the problem. In order to effectively treat acne, it has to be fought with a combination of cleansers and medicine to help reduce the amount of oil that is produced, and keep the pores clean.

Chocolate Doesn’t Cause Breakouts

If you’re a chocolate lover, you’ll be glad to know that you can eat as much as you want because chocolate is not the cause of your breakouts. This has been an “old wives tale” for years, and one that’s long overdue for debunking. Science has proven that neither chocolate or greasy foods cause acne. Now, with being said, some foods do cause the body to produce more sebum and creates inflammation of the skin, and this could lead to acne.

It’s The Most Common Skin Condition

Believe it or not, dry skin is not the most common skin condition, acne is. There are millions of people around the world who suffer from breakouts, both small bouts and heavy ones. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, “Approximately 85 percent of people between the ages of 12 and 24 experience at least minor acne”. That’s a large group of people, and those statistics remain steady year after year.

It Can Be Hereditary

If you’re wondering why you have acne in the first place, you may want to look to your parents. Studies have shown that acne can be inherited, and your probability of having it is about 75% if both your parents had – or have –  acne. That probability drops to 50% if only one parent had it. So, you many be doing all the right things in terms of skin care and dieting, but you can’t reverse your genetics. All is not lost though. A visit to the dermatologist can help clear up all your worries and get you on the path to clear skin.   

You Can’t Prevent It

There is no way to prevent acne. You can decrease your chances of having a breakout, but preventing it altogether won’t happen. If you have acne, then you have it. This just means that your body produces more oil underneath the skin and that you have to do a little extra to keep it in check. Now, you can do things to stop the spread of acne to other parts of your face. Keeping your hands free and clear of your skin is one way. You should also refrain from popping pimples, as this spreads the germs and clogs the pores even more.

Living with acne is manageable when you’re armed with the right tools and knowledge. These are just a few acne facts that most people don’t know about, but there’s a lot more material out there to read and digest. Learn as much as you can and create a skin care regimen that’s just right for you. Don’t be afraid to get help from a professional if needed.


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