along with no more curfews or Algebra II tests, one of the perks of being older than an adolescent is no more acne. So why is it that 30-somethings — and even 50-somethings — are struggling to clear up their complexions?
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, more women are getting acne, although the reason for this isn’t clearly understood.
On its AcneNet information site (skincarephysicians.com/acnenet), the academy lists two types of adult acne.
One is “persistent acne” that hasn’t cleared by the mid-20s and may linger for decades without treatment. Some may find the other type, called “late-onset …